Delivering rigor and creativity in programming
with a variety of session types, venues, thought leaders and opportunities to network
Professional Development With:
Variety in focus & levels for a personalized learning experience
Donors & Development
Programming & Destinations
Marketing & Communication
Operations & Partnerships
Transformation & Innovation
Alumni & Lifelong Learning
Museums, Art & Culture
Natural History, Aquarium, Conservation & Zoo
Beginner to advanced tracks, special interest group (SIG) roundtables, exclusive constituent Forums (i.e. Travel Planner Forum & Destination/Operator/Supplier Forum.
Interactive & experiential formats to engage, challenge & inspire
BOLD Talks: 30-minute plenaries designed to inspire, educate and engage
Intensives: 2-hour, deep-dive and applied-skills workshops with take-homes & action plans
Learning Labs: Off-site community immersion to demonstrate learning within educational travel programming
Concurrent Sessions: Timely content, hot topics, issue updates, case studies, security & destination intelligence
CONNECTS Meetings: Pre-scheduled business-to-business meetings
BOLD Talk Presenters
Joel Sartore - biography
A Voice for the Voiceless
Tuesday, February 4, 8:45-9:30 am
Spearheading Sustainability: Duke University Master Students' Project
Tuesday, February 4, 12:50-1:30 pm
Sree Sreenivasan - biography
What's New in Social Media for Travel?
Wednesday, February 5, 8:45-9:45 am
BOLD Talk presenters are added to this page as their sessions are confirmed. Please check back!
Adrian D'Amico - biography
Risk Management Intensive - Data Security: Key Issues for Travel Planners & Tour Operators
Tuesday, February 4, 9:45 - 11:45 am
Intensive presenters are added to this page as their sessions are confirmed. Please check back!