South Pacific Tourism Exchange


South Pacific Tourism Exchange (SPTE) is the region’s largest travel and tourism business-to-business event.

It will bring together regional tourism operators and partners (SELLERS) and International tour operators and wholesalers (BUYERS), through a combination of pre-scheduled appointments and networking opportunities.

Ideal for tourism wholesalers seeking to grow their business into the region, the SPTE is a unique and cost effective means of learning about travel and tourism in the South Pacific.

It is also the perfect platform for Pacific tourism operators to directly promote their products to up to 60 international wholesalers/tour operators under 1 roof.

Sellers and Buyers

SPTE Sellers, also referred to as an exhibitor is a South Pacific tourism and travel product/operator whose products/services has been approved to be marketed and sold internationally. These includes hotels/resorts, transport and ground tour operators, airlines, and inbound tour operators.

SPTE Buyers are made up of international travel wholesalers and tour operators that are seeking to grow or establish a business network in the South Pacific. They represent the interest of travellers from all short-haul, long-haul, niche and emerging source markets.

Why the South Pacific Tourism ExchangeAs a registered BUYER, SPTE 2015 presents to you the following opportunities:

Direct marketing appointments with exhibitors representing Pacific Islands hotels/resorts, inbound tour operator, airline and other key tourism partners;
In-depth product training;
Strengthening partnership with key Pacific islands operators;
Adding value to your participation at ATE and/or TRENZ 2015; and
Most importantly, a means to help growing your business to the South Pacific.

Source = South Pacific Tourism Exchange
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