In another change to the format, attendees in 2017 will be asked to register their interest before tickets are given, with a review panel and invitation process introduced to ensure the most relevant buyers. Organisers will target retail travel agents, home-based consultants, corporate travel planners, professional conference organisers and others in a more stringent qualifying process. “People are looking for something new, perhaps out of left field – they want to know what the next hot destination is, so we want to be ahead of the curve and not just present the same old stuff.” Other exhibitors would include accommodation suppliers, cruise lines, tour operators, airlines, “out of the box experiences” and innovative travel technology vendors.
The 2017 Travel Industry Exhibition & Conference will be held at the Crystal Palace at Luna Park Sydney on Thursday July 20 and Friday July 21, and at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre South Wharf on Tuesday 25 July and Wednesday 26 July.
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