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Published on Friday, August 24, 2018

Traveltek set to make waves at Australasia Cruise 360






As proud associate partners of CLIA Australasia, Traveltek is delighted to showcase its innovative cruise booking technology at the upcoming Australasia Cruise360 event on August 31st.


With only one week to go till the largest cruise conference in the Southern Hemisphere we take a look at what attendees can expect on the day.


CLIA President & CEO, Cindy D'Aoust will kick of the conference with an insight into the state of the global cruise industry and a first look at the cruise industry's sustainability initiative. Following Cindy is an impressive collection of inspiring speakers, interesting panel sessions and educational workshops, offering attendees a panoramic view of cruising. In particular, CLIA Australasia have taken on board feedback from members for more social media training by including a workshop led by social media strategist Jordana Borensztajn.


The interactive trade show element of the event is the perfect opportunity for attendees to network with cruise line representatives, as well as other significant cruise-related suppliers, like Traveltek. During the trade show Traveltek Senior Vice President, Paul Millan, will be meeting with attendees and providing personal demonstrations of the technology specialist's market-leading cruise dynamic packaging software. He will also be on hand to discuss API integrations with companies looking to be added to the platform.   


Attendees at Cruise360 include travel agency owners, travel agent members as well as cruise lines, ports and destination representatives, industry suppliers and CLIA executive partners. More than 500 delegates are expected to attend the fifth regional conference which will take place at the Hyatt Regency in Sydney.


Traveltek will be exhibiting at stand 35 on the 31st August. For more information on the event, or to book an appointment with the team head to www.traveltek.com/australasia

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