Planning for the 2018 Travel Alberta Industry Conference is well underway and registration is now open.
“We look forward to welcoming delegates across the province to our annual signature event,” said Colleen Reed, director of events and marketplaces for Travel Alberta. “We’ve been building on the success from last year and we have some exciting program changes for attendees to look forward to.”
The event runs from October 21-23, 2018 in Banff at the Fairmont Banff Springs and is the premier professional and personal development opportunity for Alberta’s tourism industry.
More than 600 Alberta tourism industry operators will attend the award-winning conference to network, learn and share insights with their peers. Individuals and organizations that are excelling in tourism will also be celebrated at the 18th annual Alto Awards.
The 2018 line-up features innovative, dynamic speakers and workshops that will help Alberta’s tourism industry think differently about the way they operate.
Keynote speakers will be:
- Avinash Kaushik is the “Digital Marketing Evangelist” for Google. His passions lie at the intersection of marketing, analytics and artificial intelligence, and he has developed innovative frameworks like “See-Think-Do-Care”, which allow senior leaders to leverage digital platfor
- During the catastrophic Alberta wildfires, fire chief Darby Allen shot to global acclaim for guiding the 88,000 residents of Fort McMurray to safety with no loss of life—the largest evacuation in Canadian history. Now, he offers guidance on how to be a stoic, quick-thinking leader in tough situations. We all face emergencies and crises—Allen shows us how to overcome them.
- From the heights of the Seven Summits to the peaks of business success, Jamie Clarke draws from his unique position as an accomplished adventurer turned acclaimed entrepreneur to help you develop your team, establish your purpose and succeed in any endeavor.
Click here to register for the conference. Early bird deadline to register is September 20, 2018.
Click here to book at the Fairmont Banff Springs
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