The TRADESHOW Announces New Educational Seminars

The TRADESHOW (Travel Retailing and Destination Expo) to be held in Orlando, September 7-9, has released details of its educational seminars for attendees. The show will provide a wide selection of educational sessions to help agents enhance their areas of expertise and capture more sales opportunities, the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) said.

"We all know how quickly things can change within the travel industry and how quickly travel trends emerge," said Bill Connors, National Business Travel Association (NBTA) executive director and COO. "Travel agents who focus on continuing education will retain their title of travel authority and will understand how to use such changes to their advantage."

Agents attending this year's THE TRADESHOW will have the opportunity to earn up to 10 CEU's from the Travel Institute and up to 40 CLIA credits. Topics for training include: the business travel market, technology, niche markets, home based agents, marketing and sales, business management and legal issues among many.

THE TRADESHOW is a three-day, in-depth networking and educational event. Global and inclusive, THE TRADESHOW unites under one roof travel suppliers and buyers from all over the world, representing every segment of the travel and tourism industry. Visit

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