The Corporate Travel Show is heading around the nation

The Corporate Travel Show is heading around the nation

The Corporate Travel Show will return to its full national roadshow around Australia this year, providing a platform for the industry to discover new business travel products.

Business and leisure travel operators will have the opportunity to promote their business travel services to Australia’s corporate travel bookers via a national roadshow from July to September 2023.

“We’ve ridden the storm alongside the industry with a hiatus during the Covid-19 pandemic so it’s so exciting to bring this resilient group together and have the Corporate Travel Show back on the road,” said the director of the Corporate Travel Show Jarred Styles.

“The show provides a unique opportunity for premium industry stakeholders to interact with corporate travel facilitators to showcase their business and leisure travel products. It’s been a missed activation in recent years.

“We’re broadening the exhibitor content so now business events associations, travel management companies, accommodation groups, airlines, technology providers and health services all have the opportunity to exhibit at the events around Australia.

“Our focus is on increasing the number of corporate travel bookers attending the event with the traditional generous hospitality and prize giveaways still an integral lure to attend.”

Corporate Travel Show 2019 (Source: CTS)

Exhibitors providing prizes for the main session will be given access to the Entegy Lead Capture App as part of their participation to obtain guest contact details.

The Corporate Travel Booker Session will extend from 1pm-4pm and there will be an industry networking session from 4:15pm which will also include a presentation on corporate business travel trends in each respective city concluding at 5.30pm.

Exhibit from as little as $2,000 which includes booth construction, lead generation and hospitality. The show is now calling for last exhibitor registrations which will close mid-May.

The 2023 schedule is as follows;

  • Perth

Tuesday 4 July, The Westin Hotel

  • Adelaide

Tuesday 11 July, SkyCity

  • Melbourne

Tuesday 1 August, Sofitel Melbourne on Collins

  • Canberra

Tuesday 15 August, QT Canberra

  • Sydney

Thursday 17 August, The Fullarton Hotel Sydney

  • Brisbane

Wednesday 6 September, Hilton Brisbane

The Corporate Travel Show was established as a national roadshow in 1992 and has established itself to promote the Australian corporate travel sector.


Corporate Travel Show 2019 (Source: CTS)

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