The New York Travel Show will be held on 26 January 2018 – 28 January 2018 at the Javits Convention Centre in New York. This is the largest travel-trade show of its kind in the US, and the largest consumer travel show in the country, attracting more than 20,000 consumer attendees over 3 days. More than 500 exhibitors and 100 countries participate.
The Association for Promotion of Tourism to Africa is pleased once again to invite corporate members to participate in the APTA Pavilion at the New York Times Travel Show 2018
We currently have only 8 booths available; this year the tables will be 6ft. For more information please contact Valerie Sewell: firstname.lastname@example.org
As usual, Friday’s program will be designed for- and open to the travel trade only.
Participation will include Friday morning’s Focus on Africa seminar, also hosted by APTA.
Depending on the booth location, booth cost in the APTA Pavilion is $2,000.00 (5 remaining) to $2,500.00 (sold out), . As the APTA Pavilion space is very limited, booths are confirmed on a first-come-first-served basis. Final payment via cheque, PayPal or wire, is due upon confirmation. Please contact Valerie Sewell for more information. email@example.com
Feedback from previous exhibitors:
I would strongly recommend APTA to any trade partners seeking assistance and partnership in North America.
The New York Times is one of the best travel shows for developing business and getting one’s name out there. It is a well-run show and in fact they have the best lead capture technology of any show that I do. I particularly like participating in the show through APTA because, in addition to a substantial savings on booth costs, it also gives consumers confidence that you are part of APTA. Alan Feldstein from Infinite Safari Adventures.
The Seychelles Tourism Board has been an exhibitor at the New York Times Travel Show for the past 6 years. Being a member of APTA has been of great benefit to the STB and we continue to gain a lot of assistance and benefit from being associated with APTA. Our Booth has always been very active and very well visited all the time during the different shows. I would strongly recommend APTA to any trade partners seeking assistance and partnership in North America. David Germain from Seychelles Tourism Board.
Lema and I really want to thank you for your hard work that made the shared APTA booth possible for us as exhibitors. It really is a wonderful opportunity for companies like Serengeti Pride to exhibit at the New York Times Travel Show, while keeping costs down, compared to a full booth. This opportunity really makes belonging to APTA pay off for us, although it’s not the reason we originally joined. I know you put a lot of work into the show and the booth. It was a pleasure seeing you and again, thanks for making this happen. Lema & Erika from Serengeti Pride Safaris.