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Stelios, Intercontinental, Expedia, Google, Cendant, Yahoo!, Kuoni, lastminute.com, Opodo, Ryanair, Sol Melia and
Many More Debate Future of European
Travel Distribution
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Taking place on 7-8 June 2005 in London, The Travel Distribution Summit is the travel industry’s annual meeting place for executives who control the pricing, marketing and sales of the world’s hotels, flights and holidays.

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With the endorsement of a broad range of industry associations, including HEDNA, CASMA, ETOA, UK Inbound, The Tourism Society and TTI and the backing of distribution innovators such as Google, Yahoo! and Amadeus, the Travel Distribution Summit is the meeting place for European travel suppliers and distributors. It is your chance to hear the latest thinking, strategies and success stories from the biggest names in travel marketing, sales, pricing and technology.

Said Tim Gunstone, Founder of EyeforTravel, “The Travel Distribution Summit is the fastest and cheapest way to form profitable new distribution partnerships, strengthen old alliances, take a peek at the future and ensure that your pricing, sales and marketing strategies are on track.”

Every year, discussions at this event help shape the future of European travel distribution, and this year will be no exception. Agenda highlights include:

  • Hear BA and Intercontinental debate the implications of online travel consolidation with US distribution giants Cendant, IAC and Sabre. Understand how the balance of power is shifting and what effect this will have on the travel marketplace in Europe. 
  • Find out what Stelios has to say about his new easyHotel venture when he joins hotel leaders from Sol Melia, Travelodge and Summit to discuss distribution control, revenue management and brand protection. 
  • Learn why Google and Yahoo! see travel as the most important vertical on the web and how Search is becoming an indispensable marketing and distribution tool. 
  • Join TUI, Kuoni, Opodo and lastminute.com to debate the future of European travel packaging. Find out who's winning the race for market share in the package holiday space and who you should be partnering with in 2005 and beyond
  • Specialist conferences and breakout sessions will discuss industry critical issues in sales & marketing, revenue management, distribution technology, mobile technology and business travel distribution.
What’s more, in addition to the main conference sessions, EyeforTravel has arranged a comprehensive series of free and low-cost interactive workshops covering topics such as revenue management, PPC and keyword advertising, email marketing and search engine optimisation, as well as the only exhibition where you can meet the world's leading suppliers of travel marketing and distribution solutions.

There is currently an earlybird discount for all registrations receive before 29th April. To find out more and to register for the event click here

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Contact:


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Laura Charlesworth 
laura@eyefortravel.com
Tel: +44 (0) 207 375 7579 or 
freephone 1 800 814 3459 within USA
Fax: +44 (0) 207 375 7576 or 
1 800 814 3460 within USA


 
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