WTM Vision Conference – Sao Paulo debuts with an industry-leading line up
Thursday 21, March 2013
The first World Travel Market (WTM) Vision Conference–Sao Paulo has an industry-leading line up to give senior industry delegates the information, insight, and opinion to run their businesses.
The conference – which takes place at the inaugural World Travel Market Latin America on April 24 - starts with exclusive research from Euromonitor International which looks at the global industry, with a focus on the Brazilian and Latin American travel and tourism markets.
Forecast Revisit for the Global Travel and Tourism Industry report, worth 3,005 Brazilian Real (£1,000), will be given FREE OF CHARGE to all WTM Vision Conference–Sao Paulo delegates.
Euromonitor International Senior Research Analyst Lisandra Minussi will offer expert analysis on the report’s findings.
The second session sees a social media master class with World Travel Market’s social media expert, Mark Frary. Frary, who co-founded social media consultancy Travel Perspectives, will discuss how organizations can use social media to ensure the interest generated by the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro boosts Brazil’s and the region’s tourism on a lasting basis.
Reed Travel Exhibitions Director World Travel Market, Simon Press, said: “I am delighted with the line-up for the inaugural WTM Vision Conference–Sao Paulo. “The Brazilian and Latin American travel and tourism industries are growing at a phenomenal rate, WTM Vision Conference–Sao Paulo will offer the country’s senior executives the latest research, analysis, and opinion that will help their businesses grow further.
“Furthermore, Brazil is at the forefront of the global social media revolution, which will play a critical role in the success in the tourism legacy of its hosting of the world’s two major sporting events.”
WTM Vision Conference – Sao Paulo is the third of 5 WTM Vision Conferences offering the latest mid-year research, information, and opinion to the global industry’s senior leaders.
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