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One week to go until the ttgluxury Seminar

ttgluxury Seminar | 13 October 2016 | @ttgmedia

There are just a few days left to get your ticket for the 8th annual ttgluxury Seminar, taking place at the fabulous Roof Gardens in Kensington, London on October 20.

As well as our already announced line-up of industry experts, trend-setters and entrepreneurs, also now joining our line-up are Jenny Southan, features editor, Business Traveller; editor and founder, Globetrender, Paula Fitzherbert, group director of public relations for Maybourne Hotel Group; John Licence, brand leader Europe for Autograph Collection, Marriott’s fast-developing portfolio of independent hotels; and Ed Burke, the founder of Seventy Ten Travel, a new luxury tour operator, travel agency and concierge service. 

The full line-up of 11 speakers you will here from is now: 

• Vicky Loomes, senior trend analyst, TrendWatching 

• James Wallman, journalist, futurist and author of Stuffocation

• Giovanni Donaldson, co-founder, SideStory

• Paula Fitzherbert, group director of public relations, Maybourne Hotel Group

• Tanya Goodin, founder, Time To Log Off

• Chris Fradin, vice president, client services, Forbes Travel Guide

• John Licence, brand leader Europe, Autograph Collection

• Richard Dixon, founder, Holidaysplease

• Ed Burke, founder, Seventy Ten Travel 

• Jenny Southan, features editor, Business Traveller; editor and founder, Globetrender 

• April Hutchinson, editor, ttgluxury

Join peers and colleagues from across the sector at this fascinating morning and don't miss your chance to be immersed in a world of luxury travel trends for the morning.

Tickets cost £149 (+VAT), including breakfast, sessions with these 11 speakers, networking coffee break + your COMPLIMENTARY copy of TrendWatching’s new book, Trend-Driven Innovation, to help you understand how trends can reconfigure their business.

We look forward to seeing you there!

April Hutchinson, editor, ttgluxury

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

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