Monday, October 29, 2007

A bit of housekeeping

A few bits going on:

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The Travolution Autumn Conference takes place on Thursday this week. Just a handful of tickets remain. You will need to be quick...

The Travolution team - myself, Charlotte Davies from the commercial side, and the boss, Simon Ferguson - will be in Florida for the PhoCusWright conference from Monday 12 November to Thursday 15 November.

Alas, we miss World Travel Market this year.

Charlotte and I will be hosting a Network Exchange table on Tuesday 13. This will be the first time Travolution has made it to the US, so we would be delighted to meet as many of our US readers as possible - please stop by and introduce yourselves.

I will be taking part in a discussion panel about travel blogging between 10.45am and midday on the same day.

We have also marked the Google party on the Wednesday evening in our diaries!

For delegates attending the ABTA Convention in Tenerife this year, look out for two masterclasses being hosted by Travolution on Thursday 29 November, focusing on the Long Tail of Travel (by Nishma Robb of TravelZest) and Technology & Marketing in the New World (by Peter Hilton of ClickWithTechnology).

Martin Couzins, editor of, and I will be chairing these two 30-minute masterclasses.

The sessions follow Travolution's first appearance on the main stage at an ABTA Convention. We were specially invited by ABTA to speak at the convention this year after the enormous success of our seminars at the 2006 event.

I will be joined by Mel Carson from MSN AdCenter for a 45-minute keynote entitled Riding The Wave.

It goes without saying that it will be the highlight of the conference!

That is all...

Kevin May, editor, Travolution

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