I am helping to produce the 2nd annual New York Travel Festival on April 26, 2014 at Bohemian National Hall. My groups Travel 2.0 (Co-Organizer) and Travel+SocialGood (Committee Member) are both holding events in conjunction with the festival, and each will offer travel entrepreneurs and companies some fantastic visibility opportunities.
Call For Presentations and Participants At “Travel 2.0 @ NYTF”
We still have spots open for innovative travel startups and companies to collect helpful feedback and showcase what they are working on to the tech-savvy, immersive audience of the New York Travel Festival.
Participants will have two opportunities:
1) Give a presentation to the audience to demonstrate your product
2) Set up at a table with latptops, tablets etc to interact 1-on-1 and go into more detail on your product with attendees
All participants will also receive promotion via nytravfest.com and the festival’s social media channels.
We expect dozens of people in the room at any one time, especially for the presentations. This will be similar to the typical Travel 2.0 event format in that it is a forum for young travel companies to get feedback and exposure, but on a larger scale.
Details on the audience: In addition to the Travel 2.0 audience, the NY Travel Festival attracts hundreds of consumers, media and industry. Consumer attendees are generally younger (25-40), a third have incomes over $100,000 a year, and a great portion of them take at least one international leisure trip a year. Media attendees range from niche bloggers to editors of major publications. Industry attendees include primarily tourism boards, PR agencies and suppliers.
More details here: http://nytravfest.com/travel-2-0-at-nytf
Call For Presentations at Travel+SocialGood “Pecha Kucha” (CLOSED)
Founded in 2003 by an architectural firm, Pecha Kucha talks are formatted as 20 slides, with 20 seconds per slide. The aim is to inspire and entertain in a manner that leaves the audience with their interest peaked and looking for more amongst a bevy of unique presenters. We’re looking for people working on inspiring, world-changing travel projects to give presentations.