Now is the ideal time to make travel plans for the SITE Global Conference 2015. Registration opens in early April. This year’s dynamic conference will take place 23-25 October in New Dehli, India. As the premier event dedicated to strengthening the global incentive travel industry, attendees will have the opportunity to:
- Learn how incentive travel creates business results with
education tailored to your individual learning preferences
- Recognize excellence in our industry
- Network and Celebrate with the global community of incentive travel professionals
At this year’s conference, you will be able to learn from industry experts who will deliver insights to help you overcome challenges and make the most of opportunities. As you further your incentive travel industry knowledge, you will also become more familiar with business practices in various regions of the world.SITE is excited to announce that Devdutt Pattanik will be leading one of this year’s keynote sessions.Devdutt is an Author, Mythologist, Leadership Coach and Consultant on Culture and Belief. His keynote address titled, “Business Sutra – Relating to Mythology to Business between the East and the West,” is a session that every incentive travel professional should hear.
SITE is still seeking qualified speakers for this year’s conference. To submit a proposal, go to SITE Global Conference speakers page. The call for speakers deadline is Friday, 17 April.
Plan to extend your stay. India is a nation bursting with rich culture and ancient history blended with modern sophistication. Make plans now to arrive early or stay after the conference to embark upon an enchanting tour. Pre and Post Tours range in length from one to six days, affording you the ability to choose the tour that works best for your interests and schedule.
Taj Palace, one of the finest hotels in New Delhi, will host this year’s conference. Reservations are now open. Make your reservation today, as space is limited.
Be sure to plan ahead for the important travel documents required for entry into India. The country is now accepting e-Visa applications, which makes the process easier than ever! It is also advisable to contact your doctor or local CDC to obtain advice as to which immunizations are recommended.