Trade Shows and EventsThe annual gathering of mountain travel professionals will take place on March 31 in Whistler, BC, Canada.

Mountain Travel Symposium 2019: High-quality content and business building opportunities on offer

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MTS 2018.
MTS 2018.

The week-long business-to-business event connects the most influential domestic and international tour operators worldwide with mountain resort representatives and destination marketing organisations.

Mountain Travel Symposium (MTS), the single largest annual gathering of mountain travel professionals from all over the world in North America, is back for another edition of insightful sessions and invaluable networking from March 31 to April 6 in Whistler, BC, Canada. 

The week-long business-to-business event connects the most influential domestic and international tour operators worldwide with mountain resort representatives and destination marketing organisations.

Industry executives can look forward to the opportunity to meet one-to-one through pre-scheduled appointments at the two targeted exchange sessions, Trade Exchange and Group Exchange, as well as at various networking functions. 

At the two-day Forum, which is comprised of general sessions, key notes, breakouts, one-on-one interviews and the MTS Talks series, participants will also be able to glean relevant insights into the latest trending content.

This year’s speaker spotlight includes Kelly Pawlak, president/CEO of National Ski Areas Association (NSAA); Damus Smith, president of Damus Dynamic, who will share his theory of “Stop Selling! Start Compelling!”; Wendy Olson Killion, global vice president of Expedia Group Media Solutions; Melissa Page, CEO of Whistler Chamber of Commerce and more.

Young professionals under 35 stand to benefit at The MTS Young Leaders Summit, which will address pertinent issues such as early struggles, learning the ropes of mountain tourism and the path to success.

Click here to register for MTS 2019. Early-bird prices are available till January 31, 2019.

(MTS is owned by Northstar Travel Group, parent company of Travel Weekly Asia).


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