Registration now open for the Irish Travel Industry Trade Show

Registration now open for the Irish Travel Industry Trade Show

Free registration for all travel professionals

 

Dublin, 4th March 2016  Registration is now open for the Irish Travel Industry Trade Show which takes place in the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin 4 on 7th April 2016. With over 100 exhibitors, including a NEW Portuguese Pavilion made up of 23 companies, this is the biggest travel trade show ever held in Ireland.  This one-day travel professional extravaganza will include a lunch hosted by the Spanish Tourist Board, the ITAA AGM sponsored by Travelport and a BBQ with entertainment sponsored by Aer Lingus. Registration for the Irish Travel Industry Trade Show is sponsored by Dublin Airport.

 

All Irish travel professionals are invited to register for free to the trade show where exhibitors will showcase the latest in travel innovation, product demonstrations and new customer experiences. This event also offers a unique opportunity to engage with the Irish travel trade at all levels; owners, managers and counter staff. The show, now in its second year, is a combined initiative from Business Exhibitions and the Irish Travel Agents Association (ITAA).

 

Following Travelsavers and Worldchoice management meetings in the morning, the Spanish Tourist Board will host a luncheon for invited guests from 12.30pm to 2.00pm. At 2pm the President of the ITAA Martin Skelly will officially open the Irish Travel Industry Trade Show and at 3pm the ITAA AGM will commence. The trade show will close at 7pm and registered guests are then invited to attend a delicious BBQ followed by entertainment until late, sponsored by Aer Lingus.

 

Pat Dawson, CEO of the ITAA said, “We’re very excited to be working with Business Exhibitions again to present the second annual Irish Travel Industry Trade Show. It is an unrivalled opportunity for all Irish travel professionals for up-skilling and networking. Following the success of last year’s show, we are expecting a full turnout of the travel trade.”

 

Registration to attend the Irish Travel Industry Trade Show is FREE. To register your attendance and to find out more information visit: www.irishtravelindustrytradeshow.com

 

 

Author Information

Travel Agent: Irish Travel Agents Association