DNE cooperative opportunities: UNITED KINGDOM, Ireland, Germany and JAPAN
DNE offers marketing programs which allow New England tourism-based organizations to gain exposure to the target markets of the UK, Germany and Japan. These include participating in a DNE booth at some of the largest international travel trade shows in the UK, Germany and Japan where companies can meet face-to-face with international tour operators and media.
For information on participating in any of these shows, call Sue Norrington-Davies, Executive Director, at 603-766-0606.
September 12-15, 2013
This show is for both the travel trade and consumers, and has grown into one of Asia’s premier tourism events. In 2012, the show drew 126,000 attendees. DNE will again co-host a booth in partnership with the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT). We are offering brochure distribution where your collateral will be displayed on the booth for both the trade and consumer shows.
For a second year, DNE will again co-host a booth in partnership with the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT). DNE invites members of the New England travel industry to participate in this exciting new market.
Cost: $2,500 per person – plus travel, hotel and personal expenses
New! Brochure Distribution at JATA
Cost: $300 for 200 brochures (you will be responsible for your own shipping costs – to ship a USPS Priority Mail medium flat rate box to Tokyo costs $59.95 – max weight 20 lbs).
November 4-7, 2013
World Travel Market (WTM) is a ‘must attend’ trade-only and media event that is fully representative of the global travel and tourism industry. It is attended by approximately 48,000 members of the travel industry each year. For the 12th consecutive year, Discover New England will coordinate the unified New England presence at WTM with our impressive 40’ x 40’ booth in a prime location. We encourage members of the New England travel industry to join us to meet and do business with representatives from the consumer and trade media, tour operators, travel agents and airlines. With the United Kingdom as the #1 source of visitors from the overseas markets into the United States, WTM is a vital component in the business marketing plan of those who truly want to attract more British visitors to their property or destination.
Cost: $4,250 per person (2nd person from the same organization: $2,125). Travel, hotel and personal expenses are additional.
JAPANESE MISSION – LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
January 9, 2014
Again for 2014, in partnership with the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT), this mission is comprised of an evening tabletop networking event from 5:00-8:00pm where delegates will meet key Japanese tour operators and receptives.
Cost: $500 per person, - plus travel, hotel and personal expenses
January 24-26, 2014
With nearly 50,000 visitors annually at this show, New England delegates have the opportunity to speak with enthusiastic consumers over three days and offer first-hand knowledge of our region. Irish consumers are interested in all aspects of travel to New England.
Cost: $1,500 per person – plus travel, hotel and personal expenses
JAPANESE MISSION – TOKYO, JAPAN
January 28-31, 2014
This five day mission (not including flight days) will comprise sales calls to leading Japanese tour operators plus trade and media seminars.
Cost: $2,000 per person – plus travel, hotel and personal expenses.
March 5-9, 2014
ITB Berlin – International Tourism Bourse – is the world’s largest travel and tourism industry show. ITB exhibitors and trade visitors represent all sectors of the international travel and tourism industry: Leisure, Business, Incentive, Meetings and Conventions, Health, Adventure, Education and Study.
For three days, ITB is open exclusively to the trade; consumers attend on the weekend to obtain travel information and book their vacations. For the 12th year, Discover New England will host a New England booth in the Brand USA Pavilion, which gives great visibility and increased brand recognition.
In 2013, some 110,000 trade visitors came to Berlin. On the consumer days of the show, more than 60,000 members of the general public came to find out about the wide-ranging information on offer from exhibitors and, for the first time, consumers were able to book their vacations directly at the show. A poll among visitors revealed that one in three intended to book a trip.
Cost: $3,500 per person (2nd person from the same organizaton: $1,750). Travel, hotel and personal expenses are additional.
JAPANESE MISSION – NEW YORK CITY
March 20, 2014
In partnership with the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism (MOTT), this mission is comprised of a tabletop networking event followed by lunch where delegates will meet key New York-based Japanese tour operators and receptives.
Cost: $500 per person, – plus travel, hotel and personal expenses