Now entering its second year, Home-Based Travel Agent Expo & Conference is gearing-up to be a major success. This innovative event will take place from December 4 to 6 at the beautiful Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino and will be packed with educational and networking value.
Home-Based Travel Agent Expo & Conference is a must attend event for enthusiastic independent travel professionals looking to develop new ideas and relationships that will increase their leisure business and most importantly, bottom-line. In addition to accredited modules presented by The Travel Institute and the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), delegates will take part in a variety of comprehensive programming and interactive training that is designed to meet the needs of the home-based agent.
Travel agents will also have the chance to brainstorm and exchange creative ideas with their peers, all in three days. In addition, the program will also feature a General Session with keynote addresses that will cover trends that will affect your business and more. Whether you're the novice or the seasoned travel seller, this vast line-up will have something for you.
The tradeshow floor, which is scheduled to be open on both December 5 and 6 from 9 a.m. until 12:30 pm, is equally as important as the formal educational components. More than 200 travel suppliers will be on hand and will showcase a wide-range of commissionable travel options, such as, cruises, packaged vacations, air consolidators, travel insurance, hotel/resort properties, destinations and other products and services.
Additionally, there will be a strong representation from host agencies, business and technology providers and other essential sources.
This impressive collection of suppliers will offer opportunities across the board, from budget to mid-range and high-end travel and will cover every type of experience your client is seeking and the resources you need most to run an efficient home-based business.
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, which will house this
event and also serve as the host hotel, is currently undergoing major
renovations that will be completed by the time agents arrive in
We know your budget needs to go a long way, and the opportunities for you to get out of the home office are slim, so if you go to any show this year, make it the Home-Based Travel Expo & Conference–where you'll get the home-based advantage with incomparable training, ample networking and luxurious accommodations in Las Vegas—all with you, the agent, in mind.
For more information on this year's event, hotel accommodations or to register, visit www.homebasedtravelagentexpo.com or call our Registration Department at 800-496-9877.
Take advantage of the Early Bird rate of $15 until August 31, 2007.
Home-Based Travel Agent Expo is a proud partner of Travel Week Las Vegas.