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WHAT THE TRADE SAY

Travelopia

Access to suppliers is always welcome as we navigate these unprecedented times and we are always open to any tools and resources made available.

Abercrombie & Kent

Absolutely, many tourist organizations have already taken their trade shows virtual; I have attended two so far and they have worked well.  There are pros and cons, of course, but overall I have found them pretty effective.  They followed much the pattern you describe 

E-Voyages

Yes these all seem to be viable solutions. Virtual will be big I reckon! Best of luck with all your new projects

Travelopia

Access to suppliers is always welcome as we navigate these unprecedented times and we are always open to any tools and resources made available.

Abercrombie & Kent

Absolutely, many tourist organizations have already taken their trade shows virtual; I have attended two so far and they have worked well.  There are pros and cons, of course, but overall I have found them pretty effective.  They followed much the pattern you describe 

E-Voyages

Yes these all seem to be viable solutions. Virtual will be big I reckon! Best of luck with all your new projects

Tenon Tours

Buyers could go in at any time during their day and that is a huge plus.  It can be done at their convenience.  Most of the high end market wants something that is not an off the shelf product though.  So that isn't something they would have displayed in their booth and that comes only through conversation.

Vosaio

These virtual workshops can be very useful, especially at a time when it is quiet. Our contractors for services and hotels would be happy to participate

Kuoni Tumlare

I won't have time to do the rounds of workshops and trade shows this year so this sounds like a really useful - and safe - idea.

Count us in.

Can I invite colleagues from the group?

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