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I have just finished the most amazing few days at Virtuoso Travel Week in Las Vegas, at the event to end all events among more than 5,000 people from the global luxury travel business. We all gathered at the Bellagio and the message was loud and clear: there’s never been a better time to be a travel adviser, for so many reasons, and it was great to see so many of the growing number of UK members there too. We continue to watch with interest how the network expands and in the meantime will be whipping up our own dose of luxury at the eighth annual ttgluxury Seminar, which I am delighted to launch this week. The date – October 20. The place – Roof Gardens, London. The cost - £99. The theme – YOU!!! Hope to see many familiar and new faces there.

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