Nexion Travel Group Gathers Top Advisors at Corporate CoNexions

Nexion Travel Group

Top Nexion Travel Group corporate travel advisors gathered in Miami Beach May 17-19 for Corporate CoNexions, an annual event that caters to the organization’s top-performing sellers of corporate travel.

Nexion Travel Group members with the majority of their business in corporate travel sales are able to apply to attend the gathering. A select group is then chosen from that pool to participate in the intimate educational program that includes content tailored to those who sell business travel.

Travel advisors attending Corporate CoNexions were able to partake in a trade show, supplier networking and corporate travel presentations by internal and external experts. Nexion Travel Group also arranged an afternoon of luxury hotel inspections in Miami, including the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, The Betsy Hotel, the Eden Roc and Nobu hotels, as well as an al fresco dinner under the stars.

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As part of Travel Leaders Group, Nexion Travel Group provides operations and fulfillment support to independent travel professionals coupled with technology, marketing, education and in-class tools. Nexion Travel Group is the complete host agency for multi-agent agencies, corporate agencies, experienced agents and those new to the industry.

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