Enjoy hanging out with people that share your passion for travel? The Travel Summit (TTS) in Toronto, Canada, should be high on your ‘go-to’ list for Fall 2022. No matter if you are a beginner, or a seasoned traveller – nothing beats meeting people in person to share travel goals, stories, and enhance your tool-kit along the way – Two full days – October 29-30.
What is it?
From the house of Prince of Travel, The Travel Summit will be the first of its kind event in Canada that will bring the points travellers in the same room as the larger travel industry. With content that is not country specific, but relevant to travellers of all kind. This will be a forum to engage in the possibilities of travel, with you as the focus.
Where and When
Toronto, Canada – The most multicultural city in the world. And much like the event, a city that offers something for everyone. The two day event (October 29-30) will take place in the iconic Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Come for the love of travel, stay for the non-stop networking, late night jaunts, and the after-after parties 🙂
Why should you attend?
TTS boosts of an eclectic mix of speakers (including yours truly), from your favourite BoardingArea bloggers, to Youtube creators, and full time travellers, where you will rub shoulders with a wide range of travel geeks. With breakout sessions themed under ‘The Points Beginner‘, ‘The Frequent Flyer‘, ‘The Bucket List Traveller‘, and ‘The Future of Travel‘, attendees can define their learning track for the weekend, or mix-and-match to supercharge the learning curve – a great opportunity to personalize learning to fit your travel needs.
Admission tickets to the event are priced at $399 CAD, and gives access to all 24 sessions (including video recording of all sessions), discussion panels, networking sessions, and lunch on both days. Use coupon code ‘PMB’ to get $50 off. Purchase your ticket before June 30, 2022, and you will automatically be entered into a draw to win $500 in Air Canada gift card!
The full list of sessions, speakers, and detailed information on the event is available here. It’s good to be back in person, and I am looking forward to schmoozing with fellow travel nerds at The Travel Summit. Will you be around?