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Your invitation to the ttgluxury seminar - October 20

ttgluxury seminar | 08 August 2016 | @ttgmedia.com



We hope the summer is treating you well!

As you are a ttgluxury subscriber we wanted to personally let you know about our Luxury Seminar.

The 2016 ttgluxury seminar will be taking place on October 20 at the Kensington Roof Gardens in London, giving us a spectacular setting to get together and understand the challenges and opportunities facing the sector now and in the future.

In advance of the main launch of our marketing for the event, I’m pleased to share with you some more details about this unique conference, now entering its seventh year.

We also wanted to highlight our Earlybird offer available until September 12 and we would love to see you there.

The £99+VAT Earlybird Ticket includes:

• Welcome breakfast

• A whole morning of luxury travel-focused content

• Coffee break and networking with peers and contacts


If you would like to book a place, please go to - ttgmedia.com/ttgluxury-seminar

The ttgluxury seminar is designed as a conference that gives you the chance to:

• Understand trends in this fast moving and fascinating area of travel

• Hear from inspiring speakers and leaders in their field

• Investigate digital strategies and evolve marketing ideas

• Enjoy valuable networking opportunities with others in the luxury sector

Do let me know if you have any questions about the event, and I hope you will join us - look forward to seeing you on October 20.

Also taking place following the ttgluxury seminar will be LUXPO, our leading one-to-one meetings event connecting handpicked travel sellers with luxury suppliers – contact Mark Reynolds for more details.


April Hutchinson, editor, ttgluxury

TTG Media Limited
Friars House, 160 Blackfriars Road
London SE1 8EZ

Feedback: Faye Evans, senior marketing executive, fevans@ttgmedia.com


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