Registration opens for GIBTM
Abu Dhabi, February 8, 2011
Online registration for GIBTM, the Gulf Incentive, Business Travel and Meetings Exhibition, is now open, allowing early-bird visitors to register in advance and take advantage of a raft of benefits in the build-up to the March event.
GIBTM is held under the patronage of Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan at Adnec in Abu Dhabi from March 28 to 30.
“GIBTM puts visitors in touch with 300 international and regional suppliers for three days of business, education and networking. If you are an international meeting planner, corporate or incentive travel buyer, event organiser or are involved in the decision making process for regular meetings, events, conferences or incentive travel, then GIBTM is a must attend event,” said Lloyd Kenyon, GIBTM exhibition manager.
“Registering to attend GIBTM before it begins provides visitors with a host of benefits: free entrance to the exhibition, up to date exhibitor information and priority access to the show, which means no queuing. They can also access breaking news on the seminar and educational content of the show as well as receive regular newsletters. Online registration is free and takes just a few minutes,” he said.
Reed Travel Exhibitions has invested heavily in the show's online activity for 2011, introducing Twitter and Linked-In accounts, in addition to its regular website. The all-year-round web presence allows visitors, exhibitors and the media to interact with one another prior, during and after the event, which is already shaping up to be the most important show in its five- year history, he said.
More information on the expo is available at www.gibtm.com - TradeArabia News Service
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