Over 280 members expected to attend 2016 Travel Network Group conference

Over 280 members expected to attend 2016 Travel Network Group conference

A record of more than 280 members are expected to sail away on the Travel Network Group’s 2016 floating conference.

More than 100 registrations have already been received for next May’s event which is being staged on board Celebrity Cruises’ ship Celebrity Eclipse sailing from Southampton.

Group managing director, Gary Lewis, hopes to attract 100 more members than attended its last conference in 2014 to give a total of over 280.

An early booking rate of £249 until November 30 is being seen as a big incentive before the price rises to £299 per person.

The cost for the conference on May 8-10 includes overnight accommodation and parking in Southampton prior to the ship’s departure, accommodation, food and drink on board, business sessions, workshops and partner forums and an awards ceremony dinner.

Lewis said: “Members are really getting brilliant value for money for this conference.

“Not only will they get a packed agenda of quality business sessions and get to hear from great key note speakers, but they will get to experience first-hand the Celebrity Cruise offering, which is very impressive.”

He added: “We made a commitment to the members a few years ago to always try to find destinations for our conferences that are less mass-market, and ones which many of our membership may not have visited before.

“Lake Bled and Split were both popular destinations in this respect and we believe that our experience on board Eclipse, with its top quality accommodation and dining options, easy to get to location, great conference content and excellent value conference rate will present us with another perfect backdrop to host another really successful conference.”


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