NEW YORK (Aug. 20, 2014) ─ Questex Hospitality + Travel has announced early bird pricing of $45 for those who register by Sept. 3 for its 2014 Luxury Travel Exchange International (LTX), to be held Dec. 9-11 at The Palazzo Las Vegas.
LTX brings fully vetted, top-producing advisors of luxury and premium niche travel together with leading suppliers for three full days of one-to-one meetings, interactive networking and educational programming.
This year’s program will focus on three key areas of education – destination and product immersion, travel advisor enrichment and training and certification -- and showcase presentations by industry visionaries, experts, educators and leading travel advisors.
“Our highly rated educational program is a big draw for the travel advisor community,” said Jill Birkett, LTX event director for Questex Hospitality + Travel. “In addition to making meaningful connections with like-minded peers, LTX will offer attendees hands-on, relevant content for every interest and professional level.”
The successful 2013 program hosted more than 5,000 one-to-one meetings among 700 professional travel advisors who collectively book $800 million in business as well as 300 luxury travel suppliers.
The 2014 LTX will be a “hybrid event” featuring a social area that combines a traditional trade show and intimate meetings. The format will include eight-minute, mutually requested one-to-one meetings that allow participants time to conduct business and discover how they can best fit each other’s needs. Additionally, open exchange floor hours will provide meeting opportunities for advisors and suppliers who were not scheduled to meet one another.
Premium suppliers in attendance will include hotels, resorts, casinos, airlines, cruise lines, destination marketing organizations, consortia, tour operators, industry associations and entertainment companies.
The early bird savings will be applied during the registration process. For more information, visit LTXInternational.com or connect on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn