EOIs now open for premium travel event Luxperience

Luxperience returns this year to showcase the best premium travel concepts on offer, Jo-Anne Hui-Miller reports.

THE global luxury travel community will descend upon Sydney for premium conference Luxperience from 19-22 November, where highly desirable travel concepts, destinations, products and itineraries will be showcased.

“Luxperience has always been about connecting our travel community to celebrate the diversity of luxury travel and to introduce the new properties and experiences, plus special destinations and trending opportunities that our luxury travel advisors may not be aware of,” said Event Director, Lynn Ormiston.

The event will take place at the Sydney International Convention Centre and this year, it has been extended by a fourth day, which will feature a Business Development Summit. Expressions of interest for exhibitors are now open.

“With overwhelming support, very positive feedback, and significant interest for the 2024 event, we are extremely confident that we will be attracting more high calibre of luxury travel partners and advisor,” said Ormiston.

“The benefit of being in market early creates more opportunity to engage with a larger audience and introduce new elements to this year’s event. Importantly, the intimate and boutique style of Luxperience will be retained.”

Luxury buyers from the high-end travel sector and a curated selection of global and national partners will have the opportunity to meet face-to-face and share insights into the industry through a series of events. These include informative seminars and workshops, keynote presentations from industry leaders, glamorous networking events, casual social catch-ups and pre-scheduled 15-minute appointments.

“We are excited to build on our boutique 2023 event, which we feel was a resounding success. Anecdotally, a minimum of $13 million in sales will be generated within this current calendar year as result of meetings held in November 2023,” said Ormiston.

Last year, Luxperience brought together 75 suppliers and more than 120 travel professionals, while the team organised more than 4,300 one-on-one appointments over the course of the three-day event. Travel partners included New Caledonia Tourism; Luxury Adventures; Langham Hospitality Group; Norwegian Adventures; Oceania Cruises; One&Only; Ponant and plenty more.

“Luxperience proved to be immensely beneficial for my business. Over the course of three days, I had the opportunity to connect with 40 suppliers, gaining insight and establishing valuable business relationships,” said Lea Verna from Luxe Executive Travel who attended last year’s event. “I engaged with outstanding suppliers not only from within Australia but also from overseas, massively expanding my network.”

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