Transport your business with The Travel Industry Exhibition
Exhibitors are provided with the ultimate location to showcase their products and services to the travel community. The event is attended by travel professionals and provides a unique environment to display your services to the industry.
If you are interested in exhibiting, we would be delighted to discuss the opportunities available to be part of the most important date in 2015 for Sydney’s travel industry calendar.
Don’t miss this opportunity to participate in The Travel Exhibition 2015.
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Benefits of Exhibiting
The Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority team look forward to a successful event and engaging with our valuable industry colleagues at this year’s Travel Industry Exhibition to tell the story of our destination of distinction
Michael Woods, Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority
Participating in TIE 2015 provides Visit Flanders with an opportunity to reach out to the travel trade as we commemorate the centenary anniversary of WW1 and honour the special tie Flanders Fields shares with the ANZACs
Sonia Holt, Visit Flanders
It is important for Executive Air to be at The Travel Industry Exhibition as it provides us with the perfect opportunity to not only showcase our latest boutique air tours, but also to meet those key industry people that are just as excited as we are about our products. Without those people, we have no business- it’s that simple.
Nick Tratsellas, Executive Air
The Travel Industry Exhibition 2015 is the first Australian travel show for the CaminoWays.com team and we are very excited about being part of this year’s event. As the most important provider of Camino de Santiago cycling and walking tours in the world, we have organised Camino trips for many Australian travellers and we work with many Australian travel agents and organisations
Jeremy Perrin, CaminoWays.com
It is an important forum where we are able to reach a cross section of ‘Travel Agents’ of different levels and requirements, face to face, all in one place including agents from other countries. It also opens up new opportunities which were never there!
Ajith Perera, GetawaySrilanka.com.au
The TIE is a great, neutral exhibition where suppliers can meet and talk to agents from all brands openly. Agents need to know all the options in the market to remain truly professional in their advice to customers. We had terrific response to our stand last year with agents genuinely interested in the Expedia TAAP and how we can help their business. Many of those agents are now regular TAAP users or have increased their throughput because they know that when they use Expedia TAAP, it keeps their customers coming back.”
Stuart Udy, Expedia TAAP
This year we’re delighted to represent Japan for the first time at the Travel Industry Exhibition. We invite visitors to stop by and visit our stand C17 to discover what makes Japan a leading destination for Australian travellers, with record visitor numbers in 2014 (23.8% increase). Interest in Japan is higher than ever with the upcoming 2019 Rugby World Cup and 2020 Tokyo Olympics.” … “We look forward to the opportunity to meet with our valued travel industry partners and strengthen our relationships further with them
Hiroshi Kuwamoto, Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) Sydney
Korea Tourism Organization is pleased to have the opportunity to meet with travel professionals to educate and update them on Korea and why it has become a very attractive destination for Australian travellers
Jennifer Doherty, Korea Tourism Organization
Our company’s participation into this year’s event will allow us to revitalise some of the longstanding relationships with many supporting travel agents throughout the Sydney and greater NSW area.
Chip Popescu, Eastern Eurotours
As a niche operator the TIE gives us a great opportunity to speak to as many travel agents as possible in the shortest of time
Peter Smith, McLachlan Tours
With 24% growth in visitation over the past two years, there is a lot of interest in Ireland. Our aim is to educate travel consultants and those selling products that include Ireland about Ireland’s offering and how to maximise sales potential
Diane Butler, Tourism Ireland
We believe The Travel Industry Exhibition will assist us in expending our network of travel agents and introducing our business to others in the industry, which is important in spreading the word about the services and best value price we provide, and the possibility of Myanmar & South East Asia as a new destination
Dipak Dhamala, Himalayan Experience