Travel Advisor Registration Now Open for 2014 Young Travel Leaders Conference

NEW YORK (Sept. 10, 2014) ─ Registration now is open for Questex Hospitality + Travel’s 2014 Young Travel Leaders Conference (YTLC), to be held Dec. 8 at The Palazzo® Las Vegas in conjunction with Luxury Travel Exchange International (LTX).

The program provides a forum for under-40 travel professionals to showcase industry talent and foster peer-to-peer networking, career development and information-sharing. Interested travel professionals can register at YoungTravelLeaders.com.

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“This event just gets stronger and stronger every year,” said Joe Pike, senior editor of Travel Agent magazine and YTLC co-chair. “For me personally, this is the best networking event of the year, as it has introduced me to some of the most talented young advisors in the field. I expect this year to be no different.”

All YTLC participants will receive complimentary admission to LTX, 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.

Produced by Luxury Travel Advisor and Travel Agent magazines, YTLC is the first and only industrywide forum created exclusively for the under-40 travel professional. For more information, visit YoungTravelLeaders.com/Conference or connect on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn. 

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