A first-of-its-kind virtual summit focused exclusively on artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact on the travel industry is happening next month – and travel advisors are invited to attend.
Tickets for the Travel Trends AI Summit, from Feb. 21-22, 2024, are available now and the first 500 registrants can secure spots for free until Jan. 31 (or until all spots are claimed).
Hosted by Travel Trends Podcast, the event is set to feature keynote speakers, sessions and panel discussions with experts, from high-profile technology businesses, venture capital firms, start-ups and renowned travel companies.
Attendees will hear from CEOs, directors and founders from companies including Microsoft, Forbes, Deloitte, GetYourGuide, Travel Tech Association and more
Sponsored by TravelAI.com, Propellic, TourRadar, Curated Planet and Trip Ventures, the event promises that attendees will walk away with a better understanding of how their role and company will transform in 2024.
“By attending this event, you will gain valuable knowledge about how AI technology can benefit your role and ensure your business stays ahead of this steep curve,” reads a news release.
According to Accenture, AI is revolutionizing the tourism industry, with "AI-influenced" revenue skyrocketing by over 50 per cent from 2018 to 2021. And it's only going to get bigger – by 2024, it's expected to triple, the company says.
“We are so thrilled to announce this inaugural event where we can bring together people from across the travel industry to really explore how they can utilize AI in their roles and businesses,” stated Dan Christian, host of the Travel Trends podcast and founder of the Acceleration Team.
“Our lineup of speakers is truly exceptional. We have pioneering startups, leading enterprise partners, and visionary thought leaders who are at the forefront of this transformative journey. They'll be discussing how AI technology will revolutionize the way we travel, plan trips and promote travel experiences.”
The Travel Trends AI Summit takes place virtually Feb. 21-22, 2024 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (EST). Click here to register (free for first 500 registrants until Jan. 31).