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PhoCusWright Launches European Edition of its Flagship PhoCusWright Conference

Expands to Dublin, Ireland, in Spring 2014

PhoCusWright, the travel industry research authority, announced today the launch of PhoCusWright Europe, a European counterpart to its preeminent United States-based conference. The two-day event will be held 20-21 May 2014, and kicks off with an opening-night reception on 19 May. The event will take place in Dublin, Ireland, at The Convention Centre Dublin, and will feature travel innovators, executive keynotes, panel discussions and debates, as well as exhibition and networking opportunities.

Rédigé par le Jeudi 27 Février 2014

Building on the success of its United States-based conference – which gathered 1600+ attendees in 2013 – PhoCusWright Europe will bring together European travel leaders to network, learn and build strategic partnerships with the industry's most influential leaders, innovators and visionary thinkers.

Topic discussions will include alternative accommodations, the state of startups, impact of social media and online reviews, multi-modal development, the business of business travel and PhoCusWright research highlights.

PhoCusWright Europe places the most informed and dynamic speakers in the spotlight with keynotes from Darren Huston of Priceline and, Gilles Despas of HolidayCheck and Gary Morrison of Expedia.

Registration is now open :

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