Distribution Business Model Will Dominate
|September 12, 2005 - With over 150 companies
already registered, this year’s Travel Distribution Summit USA promises
to be the place to network with the leaders in travel distribution.
Learn from the travel industry’s biggest and most profitable companies
and make the partnerships you need to succeed in this highly competitive
Click Here for full Summit details
Taking place on October 3-4 in Chicago this is your chance to meet, question and do business with the people who are revolutionizing the way travel is sold. In just two days you will be able to benefit from the Summit keynote sessions, business, leisure and group travel afternoon tracks, interactive workshops, roundtable discussions and the 20+ solutions providers who will be showcasing innovative, industry leading solutions that could make or break your company……………………And all for just US $ 1195 if you register before September 9 (US $200 saving).
Click here to register your place today
This year the Summit boasts over 45 speakers representing the leading travel companies including: United Airlines, Expedia, Intercontinental Hotels, Frontier Airlines, The Mark Travel Group, Travelocity Business, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, TUI AG and many more.
For a full list of confirmed speakers click here
With networking an even more prominent feature
of this year’s event – with industry-specific roundtable discussions, networking
drinks reception and breakout workshops – you’ll have plenty of opportunity
to meet with both the speakers and attendees who are all senior level executives
with real distribution power, knowledge and expertise.
Don’t forget to register before Friday (September 9) to save US $200 off the full Summit price
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