The Travel Industry Exhibition has today announced a number of new developments for the event, including a new event partner Luna Park. The exhibition will relocate to the water front venue at Luna Park, but the dates remain unchanged – 16-17 July.
In addition to the Luna Park Partnership, support for the event from the industry has also been mounting, with AFTA, Travel Daily and Travel Bulletin also confirming their support for the event.
James Granter, Sales Manager at Luna Park said, “We are delighted to partner and host the Travel Industry Exhibition. It is a perfect fit with our stunning location that showcases the assets of Sydney better than any other venue. The Crystal Ballroom itself is
an icon for Sydney, which will be celebrated as part of our 80-year anniversary this year. We look forward to welcoming the travel industry to this prestigious event.”
On display during the must-attend two-day event will be an abundance of travel products, destinations, transport, adventure, travel services and suppliers to the industry from a wide variety of international and local exhibitors.
The show will showcase the very best in the business, from large, well known companies like Expedia, to small, boutique destinations. The expo will represent all areas of the industry, such as accommodation, cruises, tours, packages, air products, technology and more.
The event will be run by an experienced award-winning team, Exhibition and Trade Fairs (ETF), and is Australia’s only all encompassing exhibition for travel professionals and the wider industry responsible for organising corporate travel and associated events.
Event Director David McCarthy said, “We are delighted to announce our partnership with Luna Park and to bring the show to their Crystal Palace.”
“The 2015 seminar program will be packed with sessions over the two days and is free to attend for all visitors. It will include practical topics to assist travel planners in their day-to-day professional roles, as well as informative sessions around trends and developments in travel that will affect all areas of the industry.”
Registrations for The Travel Industry Exhibition are now open, and those interested in attending are encouraged to sign up at www.travelindustryexpo.com.au to secure their spot at this must-attend industry show.
An important tool for travel and corporate professionals, The Travel Industry Exhibition will provide an opportunity to network and liaise with all members of the market in one place, and in turn develop new relationships and enhance existing ones.