Let your customers shout your praises and win a Global Youth Travel Award
Have you started your campaign for our consumer-voted 2018 Global Youth Travel Awards? With entries closing on 20 August 2018, it’s time to start spreading the word… In addition to recognising work in 10 nominated award categories, the 2018 Global Youth Travel Awards has opened up four consumer-voted categories, providing your customers and the traveling community with the opportunity to voice their opinion on the best in youth travel. Whether you’re an airline, travel accommodation, youth travel agent or youth tour operator, WYSE Travel Confederation has you covered.
GYTA award winners are considered benchmarks for excellence within this fast growing and ever evolving youth travel sector. And just last year we broke the record for the number of award entries received. Through gained recognition and increased exposure, these awards help to further establish your reputation and business throughout the wider travel community.
Start your GYTA 2018 campaign now
We’ve done the hard work for you. Download our campaign banners, share them on your website and social media, together with this link to vote: https://www.wysetc.org/voting-form/ and start promoting your organisation to the travel world at large. In 2018, the GYTA winners will be announced as part of the World Youth and Student Travel Conference (WYSTC) in Edinburgh, with the award ceremony taking place on 21 September 2018 at the National Museum of Scotland. All GYTA entrants are invited to register to attend WYSTC 2018, the only B2B trading and educational conference specifically designed for the youth and student travel industry. WYSE Travel Confederation wishes you the best of luck.
Let your satisfied customers shout your praises ? and win a Global Youth Travel Award! ? Just share the banner for your category on your social media channels with the link to the voting form ? https://t.co/YjzxuTeF8n— WYSE Travel (@WYSETC) July 11, 2018
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