The 2020 edition of The New York Times Travel Show is on the 24th, 25th and 26th of January 2020 at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York (United States of America).
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2/17/19, 7:45 PM
very nice this year and gets better every time
The New York Time Travel Show was great opportunity to connect with professional of tourism, network and do business.Translate
2/13/19, 11:27 PM
Great Friday Seminars
There were some helpful and appropriate topics at the Friday seminars, but some were so full one couldn't sit. With the number of (independent) travel agents in attendance, it may be helpful to have talks catered to them as many of the talks I went to ended up focusing on them.Translate
2/13/19, 3:03 PM
I will be going back next year!
My first time attending in hopes to network and gain business form it for my blog www.BrownPassport.com . I think it's working!Translate
2/12/19, 4:41 PM
First time exhibitor at the NYT Travel Show
This show was a great opportunity to represent our region at a busy event. The days open to the public were a great opportunity to promote our region by making genuine connections with attendees and providing information.Translate
2/4/19, 7:37 PM
Improve trade day content
I’ve had the pleasure of appearing at the NYT Travel Show in one form or another since its inception. My only suggestion is to enhance the relevance of some of the speakers during trade day. The media panel felt particularly dated and was not as effective as it could be. I’d be happy to help craft the one for next year. Thank youTranslate
2/4/19, 7:06 PM
Interesting, but push the edge a little
Having attended many travel shows as both an observer and involved participant, I had high hopes for the NYT Travel Show. I was looking forward to several of the panels and discussions as well as talking with brands and destinations on the show floor during industry day. The panels were not what I'd hoped for. While there were some eloquent speakers, there wasn't much in terms of either grounds breaking journalism ideas or engaging discourse between media and travel brands. The impression of the three panels I attended was all very much current-state focused without much call to action on anyone's part. In an atmosphere full of active journalists of all sorts, full of marketing professionals from diverse destinations and brands, there was a huge opportunity to set into motion effective conversation about where to guide media coverage and marketing promotion, but it was stagnant. Interesting to hear people talk about print, family travel, LGBT tourism... but I left without inspiration, ideas, or new connections. The showroom floor was very well set up and beautifully orchestrated. During the industry hours where journalists and agents were able to Merry face to face with travel br... Show moreTranslate
1/31/19, 6:02 AM
New experience and valuable resource
Very interesting and well organized show with ample business opportunities.Translate
1/30/19, 10:13 PM
Very efficient and a great atmosphere.
It’s a great show and a positive and fun environment for all. Gets better every year.Translate
1/30/19, 8:08 PM
First year, great experience
The NYT Travel show was a great opportunity to see how tourism is growing in different parts of the world. It was a good time to showcase different aspects of each community.Translate
1/30/19, 4:02 PM
NY TIMES TRAVEL SHOW REVIEW ... GREAT!
The show was great. I couldn't believe the nice goodies packet for every body, the organization and fascinating seminars. Really well done! could you let me know how we can advertise with you next year and maybe put up a sign or two, Michael Ward/ Maps. Com www.maps.com email@example.comTranslate
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