We are very proud and excited to announce The Social Travel Summit, the latest iambassador initiative, in partnership with the Reiseblogger Kollektiv. Taking place on 15th and 16th April 2014 in Leipzig, Germany, The Social Travel Summit is where leading travel bloggers and travel industry decision-makers will meet to share, learn and develop best practices and collaborative success in travel marketing and publishing.
Travel. Share. Learn.
The Social Travel Summit is an exclusive opportunity to engage and connect with specially-invited leading travel bloggers from around the world, as well as industry professionals, and to be part of a high-level discussion about the future of online travel marketing. Through workshops, seminars and round table forums, the focus of The Social Travel Summit is to exchange success stories and innovative ideas in an unprecedented way; one that focuses on education and collaboration. The Summit is brought to you by top travel blogging networks, iambassador and Reiseblogger Kollektiv. With limited spaces for industry professionals and digital travel media, The Social Travel Summit aims to be at the forefront of developing professional standards while also providing a relaxed environment for gainful networking and in-depth learning.
We would like to invite representatives from tourism boards, PR and marketing agencies, airlines, hotels and other tourism-related companies/agencies to join us in Leipzig. Please visit The Social Travel Summit for more details and to register.
Join us. Be part of the future of travel marketing & publishing.
A special thank you goes to our destination sponsors, the German National Tourist Board and Leipzig Tourism. After the Summit, a group comprising 25 international bloggers will embark on three-day blog trips across Germany. Sponsored by the German National Tourist Board, the blog trips will showcase the wealth of natural, historic and cultural attractions in Germany, with a special focus on UNESCO Heritage sites and the celebration of 25 years of peace following the reunification of Germany.