Selling Travel invites you to connect

The Selling Travel team are excited to unveil details of our biggest agent event of the year – Selling Travel Connect.

Selling Travel invites you to connect

The Selling Travel team are excited to unveil details of our biggest agent event of the year – Selling Travel Connect.

Join us on September 19th for your chance to connect with a host of suppliers, airlines and hotels including Hong Kong Tourist Board, Virgin Airlines, Attitude Hotels, Delta Airlines and many more…

Taking place at One Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AA from 18.00 until 21.00, the event will consist of catching up over refreshments, agent speed dating with suppliers and a prize draw.

Steve Hartridge, Selling Travel’s Editorial Director, said: “We are very appreciative of those destinations and other suppliers supporting our first Selling Travel Connect event.

“Anyone who has attended any of our previous Selling Travel Destination Dialogue evenings will know that we provide a mix of solid networking, old-fashioned good fun, and countless conversations that will enhance the knowledge of those at the sharp end of selling holidays.

“Yes, we will refresh and replenish with some great food, beer, wine and other drinks but the ultimate aim of Connect is to increase sales for agents and thus visitor numbers for our suppliers.

“We have a very loyal and solid base of agents who know the value – and entertainment factor – of a Selling Travel evening and we look forward to seeing as many of those who can make it along with many others on September 19.”

Agents can register their place at https://na.eventscloud.com/esurvey/index.php?surveyid=107636

We look forward to seeing you there!

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