Discuss How to Thrive in Today’s Highly Competitive Marketplace
|June 27, 2006 - In order to provide travel executives
with a broad range of highly specialized and professionally researched
business-intelligence, EyeforTravel will be holding two stand-alone conferences,
co-located at the same venue in Chicago, October 4-5. Topics such as Sales
and Marketing, Distribution, Forecasting, Technology, Ecommerce, Pricing,
Revenue Management, CRM, Demand Management and Channel Management are all
on the agenda. With such an extensive list of sessions and topics
available, delegates will be able to select the issues that are top of
their agenda and take away knowledge that is directly relevant to their
particular area of expertise.
Delegates will need to register before the 7th July to take advantage of the early bird discount and save up to $450. Plus delegates will be able to attend both the Distribution Conference and the RM Conference using the same conference pass – meaning that this event delivers outstanding value for money.
For more information on the Distribution Conference
For more information on the Revenue Management
There will be networking opportunities throughout the two days that are designed to enable delegates to meet the speakers, discuss the agenda with other senior executives and most importantly develop lasting and profitable business relationships.
The Travel Distribution Summit North America is EyeforTravel’s largest US event and has seen substantial growth from last year. On the morning of both days Keynote Sessions will explain how travel companies can:
SALES & MARKETING: Hear about fresh marketing approaches and proven techniques that are guaranteed to maximize sales. Including, user-generated content, meta-search, destination marketing and e-mail marketing.
DISTRIBUTION TECHNOLOGY: Learn about the latest ways to communicate and sell to your customers, how to make your e-commerce offerings relevant to a global market, and the great annual GDS debate, with expert advice about measuring effectiveness and achieving significant cost savings.
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT: Understand the real meaning of CRM and learn from the market leaders how to improve customer retention rates, accurately measure campaigns and boost loyalty
REVENUE MANAGEMENT AND PRICING: This stand-alone two day conference is dedicated to showing you how to ensure that a fully integrated RM strategy becomes a profit-producing reality for your business. The agenda has been shaped and moulded by you and other leading RM & Pricing executives.
Revenue Management Agenda Highlights Include:
Anthony Rodio, VP Product Development, Sidestep
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