Travel Agents

Global STARS 2019 location announced!

Nobody panic but Global STARS 2019 is heading to DUBAI!

The 2019 location was announced at this year’s Global STARS in Hamilton Island over the weekend.

“We are thrilled to be taking our Global STARS to Dubai next year” said Cinzia Burnes, Head of Wholesale and Inbound for Qantas Holidays, Sunlover Holidays and associated brands.

“It is a truly unique destination that will delight our high-achieving agents. We know they are excited and will be keen to be invited in 2019.

“With so much to choose from in Dubai we will have our work cut out for us to narrow down the incredible experiences that we will be offering as reward to our Global STAR agents” she added.

Julie King, Director of Dubai Tourism, Australia and New Zealand, echoed the excitement.

“Dubai Tourism is delighted to partner with Global STARS to bring the event to Dubai for the first time in 2019. We look forward to showcasing the diversity of the destination’s tourism offerings, and agents will have the opportunity to experience the latest attractions which have opened,” she said.

“Dubai is an adventurous and energetic playground where memories of a lifetime are created – a place where the impossible does not exist. We look forward to welcoming agents during Global STARS 2019 to experience what makes this destination so unique as an extended stop-over to and from UK/Europe,”

“Global STARS 2019 will be inviting top-tier selling agents from across wholesale brands including; Qantas Holidays, Viva! Holidays, Sunlover Holidays, Rail Tickets, Ready Rooms, The Cruise Team, Seven Oceans, Territory Discoveries, Insider Journeys and GO Holidays.

With thanks to Dubai Tourism, attendees of Global STARS 2019 will also have a chance to explore more of the city and surrounding areas with incredible pre and post-event famils on offer to truly experience the wonder of Dubai, one of the world’s most exhilarating destinations.

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