Arival unveils new Edinburgh travel experiences conference


Arival unveils new Edinburgh travel experiences conference

Wednesday, 08 May, 2024 0

Arival, the resource for tours, activities, and attractions businesses, is coming to Edinburgh this autumn.

Edinburgh will host a travel conference focused on the Northern European market, with around 500 industry leaders expected to attend.

It takes place from 23-25 November 2024.

Arival events are dedicated to the travel experiences sector, focused on creators and sellers of day tours, activities, attractions, events and experiences.

The travel conferences feature programming designed for the experiences industry to network and grow their business.

There are interactive sessions, group experiences and networking opportunities.

Arival has partnered with Visit Scotland to bring the event to Edinburgh.

“We’re thrilled to bring our unique events to Edinburgh, and create opportunities for operators to get inspired, build new partnerships, and grow their business,” said Douglas Quinby, CEO at Arival.

Arival Activate Edinburgh will be first Arival travel conference dedicated to the Northern European (UK, Ireland and the Nordics) markets.

Sessions will include hands-on workshops and experiential learning at Edinburgh attractions and breakout sessions will run via two tracks:

Track 1 – Base Camp Essential introductions for businesses beginning their digital journey and attendees new to specific topics.

Track 2 – Summit Advanced sessions for experienced practitioners already familiar with the basics and keen to delve more deeply.

More details about the event including speakers and program will be announced soon. 

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