Making its mark on the industry for its 18th consecutive year, DMS Connect was triumphantly held in Auckland, Melbourne and Sydney late March.
The shows united an affluent cast of MICE and high-end leisure specialists with the companies esteemed network of DMC experts, along with a variety of industry partners providing an all-encompassing experience.
At the forefront of customer satisfaction, DMS aligns itself with key industry leaders to showcase some of the markets most sort after experiences via an array of educational door prizes.
This year’s generous sponsors included Air New Zealand, Emirates, Fiji Airways, Hawaiian Airlines and LATAM Airlines.
Marissa Fernandez, managing director added “As the market matures it is evident that we need to continue to expand and progress to cater to the ever-changing incentive palate.”
“We were thrilled to be able to educate the market on emerging destinations this year at Connect , having our partners from Pacific World extend their presentation to include Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Taiwan; Spectra on Scotland and Tekser Tourism Travel Inc on Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia.”
Connect also launched the representation company’s newest edition, DMC Vanuatu.
Vanuatu is a jewel within the Pacific which is virtually untapped by the incentive market, allowing innovative and quirky experiences to be had for the well-travelled group looking for an authentic experience.
Connect goes from strength to strength year on year and it continues to be earmarked as the must attend event of the year for professionals within the international travel and incentive sphere.
The pioneers in DMC representation and destination consulting will be back with their well-reputed showcase in 2019, with dates being announced very soon.