School of Hospitality, Tourism and Events (SHTE) in collaboration with Taylor's Sustainable Tourism Impact Lab formalized a strategic partnership with Tadom Hill Resorts, orchestrated a pivotal moment. The partnership signing ceremony drew 180 students from various programmes, including Bachelor of International Hospitality Management (Hons.), Bachelor of International Tourism Management (Hons.), Bachelor of International Events Management (Hons.), Bachelor of Culinary Management (Hons.), and Bachelor of Patisserie Arts (Hons.).
YBhg Dato’ Lai Yeng Fock, Founder of Tadom Hill Resorts and Director of Carbon Zero Sdn. Bhd. & Tadom Biocarbon Sdn. Bhd, honored the occasion with his presence, demonstrating a strong commitment to fostering sustainable tourism. During the interactive session that followed, students from diverse backgrounds engaged in discussions, shared ideas, and brainstormed innovative approaches to address industry challenges. The students' evident enthusiasm underscored their shared commitment to making a positive impact on the world through sustainable practices.
Dato’ Lai emphasized the introduction of Zero Carbon Emissions Concept within the Taylor’s community and the promotion of Tadom Hill Resorts as a zero-carbon tourist destination. Looking ahead, the "Business of Hospitality, Food, and Leisure Management" module is set to host collaborative projects in the coming months. This initiative will not only provide students with practical experiences but also allow them to actively contribute to Tadom Hill Resorts ongoing efforts to achieve carbon neutrality.
The event concluded with a renewed sense of purpose and a collective commitment to shaping the future of hospitality, tourism, and events management through sustainable practices. As the partnership with Tadom Hill Resorts flourishes, it is poised to become a model for sustainable collaborations in the dynamic landscape of the hospitality industry.