There is no doubt that the travel industry has been one of the most severely hit sectors of this pandemic. The challenges ahead remain as we continue to navigate the unknown together. After extensive conversations with various stakeholders, exhibitors and buyers, Luxperience 2021 will not take place as its traditional hosted buyer format. Instead, we will curate […]
In just under a week the ‘doors’ will open for the first time on a very different kind of Luxperience. For an industry that is all about experience and grounded very much in the value of face-to-face interaction, the decision to move the event into a fully virtual environment for the first time was not taken lightly. Ahead of next week’s event, we speak to the Luxperience team about what they are most looking forward to and why this year will be a new look for luxury events.
Next month, Quentin Long, Co-Founder of Australian Traveller Media joins us for Luxperience Virtual 2020. We take a look back at Australian Traveller’s reboot of Tourism Australia’s ‘Holiday Here This Year’ campaign, and consider how domestic travel will be vital for kickstarting Australian tourism.
Australia’s leading live platform for personalised luxury, Luxperience, has announced that it will launch a virtual meeting event to replace the planned physical event, this 13-16 October 2020.
As we venture into this unknown world, here are eight ways we think travel will change.
Though it may not seem like it now, we will travel again.
The Luxperience team recently hosted a networking event in Los Angeles to introduce potential US buyers to the show.
Preparations are already well underway for this year’s event and we are excited to announce the first of our famil programs.
Venue, dates and a new team announced for next year’s edition
Luxperience and Mumbrella are presenting three exclusive Business Sessions today.