Luxury Travel Expo Enhances Attendee Experience with Luxury Travel Exchange

Luxury Travel Expo announces a new component to this year’s show— Luxury Travel Exchange; a new and unique one-to-one appointment based event that allows qualified travel advisors the opportunity to meet with luxury suppliers before the trade show even begins.

Participating attendees and suppliers will be able to strengthen their business relationships while networking and generate an information exchange about new products, offerings or updates in these intimate, pre-scheduled appointments. 

Luxury Travel Exchange will complement the traditional format of Luxury Travel Expo and will not conflict with the tradeshow floor. It will take place during non-tradeshow hours and participation is exclusive to participating Luxury Travel Expo exhibitors so Luxury Travel Exchange participants can continue conversations with suppliers on the show floor.

Luxury Travel Exchange will take place, Tuesday, December 7 at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas from 12:30-3:30 p.m. 

Travel professionals can sign up to participate at Up to 100 participants will be chosen.

Supplier positions are limited and only open to Luxury Travel Expo exhibitors.

Click here to learn more.

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