TrevPAR World Founder to speak at Direct Booking Indaba 2017

Direct Booking Indaba 2017

We are very pleased to announce that Derek Martin, founder and total revenue specialist at TrevPAR World will be speaking at the Direct Booking Indaba 2017 which is to be held in Cape Town on the 25th of October.

The exciting line up of travel marketing experts will unpack the latest travel shopping trends, insights and Innovative strategies that will put you in the driving seat. We have gone to great lengths to make this Indaba a ground breaking event that will equip hoteliers, revenue managers and decision makers like yourself with the requisite direct booking knowledge and skills.

The agenda for this full-day event is a hand-picked selection of carefully curated content structured to help you win the direct bookings battle. With OTAs reportedly spending over $6 billion in ad spend, you cannot afford not to attend as you might see you distribution costs exploding exponentially year after year.

You will also get an opportunity to discuss in detail your marketing challenges with hotel marketing professionals.

Additionally, industry leaders from South Africa Tourism, FEDHASA, Department of Tourism & Cape Town Tourism will share priceless insights and policy issues regarding the industry in South Africa.

Who Should attend this amazing conference?

  • Hoteliers
  • General Managers
  • Chief FInancial Officers
  • Chief Marketing Officers
  • Digital Marketing Managers
  • Social Media Community Managers
  • Marketing Managers
  • Marketing Co-Ordinators
  • Public Relations Managers
  • Business Development Executives
  • Sales Proffesionals
  • Service Managers
  • Guest Service Managers

Visit the Direct Booking Indaba 2017 Website Here 

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