Strategic collaboration set to strengthen event offering globally.
Connections, the global networking and event organiser have announced that they will officially partner with the leading market research company, Euromonitor International for their 2019 events.
As part of the collaboration, Euromonitor will present detailed industry insight and analysis at the following events over the course of 2019: Connections Luxury in Costa del Sol (February 2019), Connections California (March 2019), Connections Wellbeing in Slovenia (May 2019), Connections Adventure in the Azores, (October 2019) and Connections Meetings in Italy (November 2019).
Micaela Giacobbe, Founder and Director of Connections comments, “We are absolutely delighted to be partnering with Euromonitor International this year and our strategic collaboration will add so much value for our event attendees.
“This partnership will not only add insightful, impactful and thought-provoking content for our audience of travel buyers and suppliers about where the travel industry is heading and what's shaking things up, but it will also help attendees get ahead of the curve in terms of planning and application.”
Fflur Roberts, Head of Research on Luxury Goods from Euromonitor International comments, “As a global business intelligence agency with a team of leading analysts who keep abreast of the megatrends shaping consumer behaviour, we are perfectly placed to be partnered with Connections and are very much looking forward to supporting them in leading the way with their portfolio of global networking events.”
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