The dates of New York Travel Show 2018 announced

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The New York Times Company has announced the dates for the New York Times Travel Show. It will take place between January 26 and 28, 2018, in New York City’s Jacob K. Javits Center. The tickets will be available from the Fall this year.

The show will be in its 15th year in 2018. It is the leading show for consumer travel and trade in North America. This year’s event was a big hit, and the organisers expect the same for the one next year. It will be kicked off with an exclusive Trade Day event on January 26 where only the professional travel writers and tourism industry experts will have the entry. The next two days will be open to all – general people, media, and travel professionals.

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The Show this year hosted 30,099 audience, which was the highest in the history of the event. The number of consumer attendance was 20,846, and their estimated expenses in travel trips are likely to cross $100 million in the next 12 months.

The trade turnout was high too as over 4,500 travel agents participated in the event. According to the survey results of the Travel Show, the estimated business potential showed by those agents is worth more than $3 billion. A record 560 companies from more than 170 countries also joined the show.

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The media presence in the 2017 Show was also more than satisfactory. More than 1,000 members of local and international media from all the seven continents were there to scoop up interesting insights from the travel industry.

Go to the http://nyttravelshow.com/ to know more about the Show. The New York Times will announce the names of the performers, speakers, and sessions in the coming months.

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