The 2007 New York Times Travel Show
The New York Times Travel Show, presented by American Express, announced its trade day schedule for Friday, Feb. 23. The trade day includes a renowned Travel Industry Conference that offers seminars and workshops with some of the top leaders of the travel industry, as well as a preview of the travel show's nearly 500 show exhibitors. The entire trade day will focus on the evolving marketplace and new approaches to doing business. The New York Times Travel Show and travel trade day will be held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City.
The trade day program is supported by travel industry organizations, including Cruise Lines International Association, The Travel Institute, Modern Agent, Pacific Asia Travel Association, Caribbean Tourism Organization, American Express/Travel Impressions and Society of American Travel Writers - Northeast Chapter.
Among the seminars featured at this year's trade day event will be Home-Based Travel Agents: How the home-based agent market is evolving; Selling Cruises: Finding a cruise for every customer; Selling Luxury Travel: The keys to understanding the new luxury market; Selling Stories: Finding new opportunities in travel writing; Selling Tours: The evolution of the new tour product – and how to sell it; Special Interest Marketing; Successful Web Marketing; Travel Technology: The essential technology for travel agents; The Ultimate Selling Workshop.
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