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Book your place at the Ultratravel Forum in partnership with ttgluxury

The biggest day in luxury travel   | 30/03/2016 | View as web page | @TTGMedia

Need to know the latest trends in luxury travel?

On May 23, ttgluxury will partner with Ultratravel to offer a conference that will cover the latest trends in luxury travel and debate issues currently affecting the sector.

  • Where: The Savoy, Strand, London WC2R 0EU
  • When: May 23 2015, 12:30pm

This unique conference is a one-of-a-kind for the UK, bringing together the finest speakers in luxury travel in a prestigious London venue. Whether you are entrenched in the luxury sector, or looking to break into the luxury market, this conference will provide an afternoon of thought-provoking ideas and inspiration.

A range of captivating speakers will form the backbone of the Ultratravel Forum in partnership with ttgluxury and delegate tickets cost just £195 (+VAT).

At the forum, you will be able to hear from speakers including:

Edie Rodriguez
Crystal Cruises

Frank Marrenbach
Chief executive officer
Oetker Collection

Robert Swade
Group operating officer
Jumeirah Group

Shelley Cline
TCS World Travel

Your ticket includes a welcome networking buffet lunch at The Savoy, when you will be able to catch up with peers in the sector and forge new contacts.

Also taking place on the morning of May 23 will be Luxpo, the sales showcase which matches luxury agents with luxury travel companies in targeted, one-to-one “speed networking” meetings. Agents coming to Luxpo also benefit from a complimentary place at the forum. 

If you are a luxury agent and would like to attend Luxpo, please contact April Hutchinson, editor of ttgluxury, for more details.

Luxpo suppliers waiting to meet agents on May 23:  

Luxpo is created in partnership with the following suppliers who look forward to meeting with agents. Although this London Luxpo is now sold out, summer regional events are also available for suppliers, so please contact Naomi Spence for details on how to get involved.


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