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With so much happening in the travel industry - and of course in the luxury sector - it can be helpful to reflect on it all among peers, which is why I hope you've marked October 18 in your calendar.
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With so much happening in the travel industry - and of course in the luxury sector - it can be helpful to reflect on it all among peers, which is why I hope you've marked October 18 in your calendar. This is the day when we will be bringing a host of speakers to the Roof Gardens in London to hear how key brands are dealing with all the challenges and changes faced, and to give some guidance on strategies for standing out and growing your business. Four Seasons, Marriott International, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Secret Escapes and Silversea will be among them – see you there.

April Hutchinson
editor, ttgluxury

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