Introducing the power of e-commerce in the Tourism Industry

Amsterdam is the setting for the groundbreaking e-Tourism event, the place where the key players from the Tourism industry will be present to meet, discuss and do business. If you want to retain your competitive edge in the Tourism industry, you need to attend the “e-Tourism” event October 2001.
The conference to be held at the Renaissance hotel in Amsterdam from October 15-16th, brings together senior executives from major tourism corporations to discuss cutting edge issues associated with the web. Many of the major players have already shown interest in speaking and attending, with speakers already confirmed from companies such as Travelocity, Page and Moy,, Tiscover ,, and the British Tourist Authority.
Attend e-Tourism to hear from over 50 speakers addressing key issues such as:
á The future roles and market share of the destination marketing organizations, agents and tour operators
á Strategies and politics behind selling tourism online
á Commercial partnerships you need to make today to succeed tomorrow
á Importance of data mining and effective systems integration
á Content that sells
“If you are not at this year’s ground breaking e-Tourism event, you’re likely to miss out on the vital knowledge you will need to survive and succeed in the industry” said Event Director Rochelle Sommer of EyeforTravel.
e-Tourism is part of the EyeforTravel global series researched and produced by e-commerce specialists. EyeforTravel’s mission is to drive debate on e-commerce developments in the travel industry, through high profile conferences and exhibitions and the most comprehensive website on the subject.