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Great Hotels of the World to exhibit at EIBTM 2011 for first time
Great Hotels of the World has announced it will exhibit at EIBTM this November for the first time.
A selection of member hotels will join Great Hotels of the World on their stand including Vale d’Oliveiras Quinta Resort & Spa, based in the Algarve, Portugal (http://www.ghotw.com/
Great Hotels of the World will also bring a hosted buyer group of ten UK buyers to EIBTM which is a great opportunity to build new relationships and strengthen existing ones. Each buyer is externally qualified to ensure that they meet the criteria and are obliged under event guidelines to undertake at least seven appointments per day.
John Clarke Director of Sales & Marketing at Great Hotels of the World comments: “EIBTM is one of the most important exhibitions to be seen at in the MICE industry and we are delighted to be exhibiting there. It will give both the alliance and our member hotels a focused opportunity to develop and build new business relationships with a large number of key industry buyers.
He adds: “It will provide the perfect opportunity to carry out face-to-face business with professionals from the international MICE industry.”
Great Hotels of the World will be exhibiting at stand number E320.
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Note to editors:
Great Hotels of the World (http://www.ghotw.com)provides global hotel reservation, sales and marketing services for an exclusive portfolio of primarily independent hotels and resorts worldwide. Great Hotels of the World provides a range of products, services and innovative technology solutions for over 250 hotels worldwide through trade shows, e-marketing, business travel sales, meeting and incentive sales, public relations, Meeting Forums and a private label GDS chain code (GW).
By acknowledging that each hotel’s core business is different, Great Hotels of the World helps hotels and consumers to “find their niche” by categorising member hotels into niche travel markets. Great Hotels’ dedicated programmes are aimed at the leisure, meetings and incentive and corporate markets, whilst the individual leisure collections reach precise areas of the market in which the hotel specialises in including gourmet, spa, golf, honeymoon and many more.