Bethany Qualls | Aug 24, 2011
EyeforTravel’s Travel Distribution Summit (TDS) North America 2011 has a new address this year: Las Vegas. Outgrowing its previous location in Chicago, TDS North America 2011 promises to be even bigger than the over 500 senior travel executive attendees reported last year. Book your tickets now so you don’t miss out on North America’s largest meeting place for the online travel industry, taking place September 19-20 at The Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas.
This travel conference has 4 tracks: Distribution, Revenue Management, Social Media and Mobile Strategies. There’s something for everyone in the online travel industry, including a Social Media Masterclass. Over 90 expert speakers from the likes of travel brands like American Express Vacations to Expedia, Facebook to Rand McNally, airlines like Contitential, United, American, and Air New Zealand to hotels like Kimpton, Hilton, and Starwood truly covers the wide gambit of the current travel and hospitality industry. Networking is a leading point of the Travel Distribution Summit North America, complimenting the cutting-edge trends, analysis, and practical advice that goes along with this year’s theme of “Anticipate, Adapt and Thrive in A Rapidly Changing Online Arena.”
There are three levels of conference passes, group pricing options, and reduced rates at the event hotel (available by contacting the EyeforTravel team directly). Don’t miss this great chance to learn strategies to give your travel company the competitive edge in this ever-changing market. We’ll see you in Vegas!
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About the Author: A teacher, traveler, student of languages, and wrangler of words, Bethany harbors a love of helping others find information and communicate it in the clearest way possible. She has taught English as a foreign language in France, Serbia, and the U.S., maintained records for archeological excavations in Greece and Turkey, proofread or edited almost every kind of document known to humankind. When not finding even more delicious food at the latest restaurant or reading in the sporadic San Francisco sunshine (an art to itself) she loves storytelling, biking, and bringing people together. She finds that conferences are often a concentrated milieu for finding interesting folks and is currently working on a MA in English Literature at SFSU.