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Registration open for New York Times Travel Industry Conference 26 January 2018



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28 December 2017




Full registration fee (in advance) of $59 for the Friday Trade Day Conference includes conference sessions, lunch, keynote address, industry reception, 5 hours of trade-only exhibit-hall time, and admission to all consumer events on Saturday and Sunday.

For non-US persons: NYT warns that if your visa application is denied after you're paid the show registration fee, sorry, that's non-refundable.

Contact e-mail is NYTimesTravelShow@xpressreg.net

If you're something other than a travel agent, recommend you get more information about the conference sessions before signing up, as some of these are likely to be sales pitches from destinations (sometimes repeats of previous years). Access to exhibitors prior to consumer show could provide some useful contacts.


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