The Group Leisure & Travel Show is the UK’s number one exhibition for people who organise group trips and holidays, and it’s back at the NEC, Birmingham on Thursday 22nd October 2015.
Group travel organisers, coach operators and the travel trade will descend upon Hall 8 to meet with… tour operators, cruise lines, destinations at home and abroad, shopping venues, historic properties, gardens, theatre ticketing providers, ferry operators, coach companies, leading visitor attractions, hotels and accommodation of all types, museums… and much more.
GTOs need to trust their travel suppliers and trust is best formed face-to-face.
Exhibitors should talk to us now to get the best deal and your preferred position. There are a range of options and we have the expertise to advise how you can make the most of the Group Leisure & Travel Show in 2015.
Don’t wait, talk to us and we can explain how you can use the GLTS to increase your group business.
Telephone Sharon Yandell on 01908 613323 or fill out our short Contact Form. We promise we’ll get back to you straight away to discuss how we can help you.
The Group Leisure & Travel Show is organised and staged by YPL Exhibitions, the events arm of the Yandell Media Group Ltd, based in Milton Keynes.
The company’s publishing division is behind such titles as Group Leisure, the UK’s number one monthly magazine for group travel organisers.
Whether you want more info about exhibiting or visiting, phone us or use the form below and we’ll get straight back to you.
Postal Address: YPL Exhibitions, P.O. Box 5299, Milton Keynes MK15 8BD
Show Organiser: Emma Cash, Telephone: +44(0)1908 613323
Exhibiting Info & Stand Availability: Sharon Yandell, Telephone: +44(0)1908 613323
A commitment to service, innovation and quality has made Yandell Media Group the market leader in group travel, leisure media, school travel, PSV and holiday media.
Putting customers first and offering excellent value for money is just part of what we do. We value our reputation for editorial independence and believe that readership is about trust. We also believe that advertisers respect our position and understand that readership is obtained by building a relationship where our products are not seen as just the typical ‘puff’ media so readily available, entirely motivated by commercial considerations.
I think that there was a real buzz with stall holders keen and bright, and visitors eager to get everything covered. I have a sharp eye for what will intrigue my chums, something with an edge, something that’s not run of the mill. This is where the eye-to-eye benefit of exhibitions come into force. Jim Godsell & Friends