Matterport should exhibit at NYT Travel Show5654
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Matterport should exhibit at The New York Times TRAVEL SHOW.
This would be a great way for Matterport to help increase demand for Matterport Spaces 3D Tours in the travel space.
Since Matterport reads every word of the Forum, I thought I would post this note to them
I would imagine Matterport would also receive a ton of travel trade press coverage.
I have been to this show. It is huge and every major domestic and international tourism organization exhibits.
From NYT website for exhibitors:
North America’s Largest Travel Show and Trade Conference
If you make one decision, The New York Times Travel Show is the MUST-EXHIBIT event of the year. Connect with over 30,000 qualified, ready to book consumers and travel trade/agents all under one roof!
The New York Times Travel Show offers the best return on investment:
Dedicated trade conference draws in over 9,000 high-value travel professionals
Exhibitor provided lead retrieval system – Focus on closing sales and not data entry once the show concludes.
Badged Attendees. Gather critical demographic and travel preferences on the leads you capture; over 40,000 leads generated at the 2017 show!
The 560 exhibitors estimated they created additional consumer traveler sales of approximately $7.5 million onsite or shortly thereafter.
Over 1,000 accredited media journalists from around the world.
Take advantage of the New York City location and plan additional sales calls before and after the show.
Over 560 exhibitors representing 170 countries participated in the 2017 Show. The Show floor is separated into 16 Pavilions and include: Adventure, Africa, Asia, Australia/South Pacific, Canada, Caribbean, Cruise, Europe, Family, Latin America, Mexico, River Cruises, Sponsors, Travel Products/Services, Wellness and the USA.
From an email that I received:
The New York Times Travel Industry Conference offers a comprehensive education program designed for travel professionals. Featuring 20 Focus Conferences covering the latest products, services, destination information and trends to keep you informed. Travel professionals will have the opportunity to attend these exclusive seminars as well as visit with over 560 exhibitors in the largest travel trade exhibition in North America.
Use discount code: TFCPA for $5 off registration.
TRAVEL INDUSTRY CONFERENCE AGENDA:
7:30 a.m. - Registration Opens (pre-show: $59, on-site: $79)*
9 a.m.–12:15 p.m. - Focus Conferences Begin
12:15 p.m. - Lunch
12:45–2 p.m. - Keynote Address
3–4:30 p.m.Focus - Conferences
2–7 p.m. - Exhibition Floor Opens**
Visit the exhibition, where over 600 domestic and international destinations, resorts, hotels, cruises and tour operators are exhibiting, representing over 170 different countries.
* Full Day Trade Conference Registration includes admission to all Travel Industry Conferences, lunch, keynote address, industry reception (6–7 p.m.), exclusive time in the Exhibition (Friday from 2–7 p.m.), Saturday and Sunday seminars, Meet the Experts and Exhibition.
** Trade Day Exhibition-Only Registration includes admission to industry reception (6–7 p.m.), exclusive time in the Exhibition (Friday from 2–7 p.m.), Saturday and Sunday seminars, Meet the Experts and Exhibition.
CHECK THE WEBSITE for the most up-to-date Focus Conferences and confirmed speakers.
Interested in Exhibiting or Sponsorship Opportunities, contact the sales team, 203-622-7081; Nytts@mse-management.com for additional information.
Source: The New York Times
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|@DanSmigrod If Matterport don't show, might be a good opportunity for you to Get a bunch of tours lined up and send them out to the network of WGA Premium Members for fulfillment|
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