Traveller Made, the elite community of luxury travel designers, wishes to announce a strategic partnership with Luxperience, the high-end travel business exchange taking place in Sydney, Australia in September this year.
The alignment of these two professional luxury travel industry specialists will bring together some of the best bespoke travel designers of the world – members of the Traveller Made community – with the some of the world’s most unique experiences.
Luxperience prides itself on its rigorous qualification process ensuring the best in the business is attending. This year’s event is welcoming an increased number of buyer delegates, with 70 per cent of these national and international buyers being first-timers to Luxperience.
“Luxperience is an invitation only event and we are careful to select the right travel advisors to meet with product providers that match their clients’ requirements. Traveller Made agents fit the bill perfectly,” reported Michelle Papas, Director of Marketing and Buyer Relations of Luxperience. “Its community of travel designers is at the forefront of providing exclusive and unique journeys and always keeping up-to-date with what’s new in the elite travel arena which Luxperience provides.”
“Traveller Made is pleased to partner with Luxperience, the Australian luxury event happening from 6 to 9 September 2015 in Sydney. One aim of our Member Agents is to improve the value delivery while at the same time capture the passion of experience to the limits. The Australasia region offers all possible activities to match with the refined travellers’ needs,” commented Quentin Desurmont, President of Traveller Made.
Traveller Made has a prodigious presence in Europe and this year’s Luxperience event will welcome a significant number of its members from that region.
“High net worth individuals are concerned with value and one of the ways the Traveller Made delegates can provide value is by participating personally in Luxperience and gaining enhanced knowledge of the latest travel trends and experiences,” continued Ms Papas.