Houston Travel Marketing to host Nordic roadshow

Houston Travel Marketing’s Spotlight on Africa roadshows will again take place in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark from November 21-25.

The roadshows offer Southern African inbound operators, hotels and lodges an ideal  opportunity to meet and negotiate with  a large number of Nordic tour operators who sell programmes to African destinations. “Previous Spotlight Nordics exhibitors have always been impressed with the quality of the attendees, enabling them to meet with the decision makers of most of the major outbound operators in each country,” said Derek Houston, the organiser of Spotlight.  

“Due to our long association with the Nordics Outbound tourism industry we always attract a wide range of African operators as well as specialist incentive travel companies that are eager to offer African programmes to their corporate clients.”

In addition, this year the roadshows will be hosting buyers from the Baltic states (Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia) as well as trade from the Jutland area of Denmark to attend the Copenhagen session.

Houston Travel Marketing’s Spotlight on Africa roadshows will again take place in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark from November 21-25.

The roadshows offer Southern African inbound operators, hotels and lodges an ideal  opportunity to meet and negotiate with  a large number of Nordic tour operators who sell programmes to African destinations. “Previous Spotlight Nordics exhibitors have always been impressed with the quality of the attendees, enabling them to meet with the decision makers of most of the major outbound operators in each country,” said Derek Houston, the organiser of Spotlight.  

“Due to our long association with the Nordics Outbound tourism industry we always attract a wide range of African operators as well as specialist incentive travel companies that are eager to offer African programmes to their corporate clients.”

In addition, this year the roadshows will be hosting buyers from the Baltic states (Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia) as well as trade from the Jutland area of Denmark to attend the Copenhagen session.

Source: TU