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ATTN AGENTS: Registrations for The Corporate Travel Show are open!

Ready to rub shoulders with premium, hospitality-industry stakeholders?

You’re in luck! Registrations are now open for the annual The Corporate Travel Show roadshow!

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Kicking off on Thursday 11 July at the Sofitel, Melbourne, the event will host BDMs from more than 45 accommodation groups from around Australia, with suppliers arranged in an open-plan layout.

Along with providing the perfect opportunity to establish direct contacts with wholesalers for procuring the latest deals, guests at the event will also enjoy the corporate traveller experience with champagne on arrival and Sofitel hospitality.

There will also be more than 40 travel prizes drawn at the Melbourne event, including flights to New Zealand.

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But if you can’t make it to the opening event in Melbourne – don’t fret – you’re in luck! Here’s a list of all the roadshows across the country:

  • Thursday 11 July – Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
  • Tuesday 23 July – Hilton Adelaide
  • Thursday 1 August – Crown Perth
  • Tuesday 13 August – QT Canberra
  • Thursday 15 August – Westin Sydney
  • Tuesday 27 August – Pullman King George Square Brisbane.

Corporate travel bookers, procurement managers and office managers are invited to register for the 12:30 PM sessions.

Travel management companies and travel agents are invited to register for the 6:00 PM sessions.

Registration is FREE, but get in fast! Tickets are limited.

REGISTER NOW: http://corptravelshow.com.au/#register-attendance

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