The registration is now open for eTourism Summit 2021 in Las Vegas

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The registration is now open for eTourism Summit 2021 in Las Vegas

The 22nd. Annual eTourism Summit, organized by Connect Travel, is known as the intersection of fast-moving digital marketing and destination promotion, where marketers, attractions, and vendors share the latest tools, trends and solutions in media, platforms, content, search, social media, mobile and web design. This year, it will take place on September 20-22 in Las Vegas, Nevada, co-located with IPW 2021 (September 18-22).

Will Seccombe“By co-locating our eTourism Summit alongside the most important travel event in the United States, we are creating exciting synergies for our partners to efficiently make connections across multiple industry sectors,” said Connect Travel President Will Seccombe. “Las Vegas will be the epicenter of the U.S. travel industry in September 2021, and together these events will be the catalyst for travel recovery in 2021 and beyond."

Registration is now open for this 3-day event with both virtual and in-person options, as well as staff/company and a community pass.

This event is specially designed for destination marketing organizations, state and regional travel associations, attractions, cruise lines, airlines, hotels and international tour operators, among others. The eTourism Summit has amassed a collection of experts, researchers and interactive marketers, who are willing to share their experiences to help you solve problems and avoid costly mistakes.

The organizers promise that you will learn how to use free or low-cost tools to market travel, prove ROI and save money. If you want to get a deeper understanding of the trends that will be affecting your business over the next five years, the eTourism Summit in Las Vegas is the place to be in September.

“As always, our focus of eTourism Summit is “See Tomorrow” — and there’s never been a more important time to put our heads together and re-imagine the future of tourism,” said Seccombe.