ORGANISER

Cruise3sixty Australasia

Category

Conferences

LOCATION

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DATES

2015-02-27 -
2015-02-28

VENUE

The Star Event Centre, level 3 The Star - 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont NSW 2009

EMAIL

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Cruise3sixty Australasia

Cruise3sixty Australasia

In February 2014 CLIA Australasia presented the first Cruise3sixty outside of North America. This ‘must attend’ event will return in February 2015 with innovative panel sessions featuring senior cruise industry executives along with thought provoking keynote speakers.

PLUS, there will be a dynamic business-oriented trade show where conference attendees have the opportunity to meet with both cruise line representatives and other significant cruise industry focused suppliers.

Newly appointed global Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Chairman Adam Goldstein has been confirmed as a keynote speaker, delivering the opening state of the industry address.

 

WHO ATTENDS?

Travel Agents: From new agents to seasoned professionals, Cruise3sixty welcomes all front line consultants

Cruise Industry Professionals: All cruise industry stakeholders that focus on travel agents as part of your distribution.

 

Find more info on the full program, full list of exhibitors and tickets here.

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