With just two weeks until the early bird offer ends, Get Global, is encouraging exhibitors who are considering attending the unique one-day MICE trade event dedicated exclusively to outbound product, to register soon.
Get Global Directors and Founders, Gary Bender and Donna Kessler, “There are several packages exhibitors can choose from, all with great early bird discounts. But only until Friday 29thDecember. There will be no deadline extension! We also have a ‘buy and save’ offer, and encourage companies to book together and save.”
By taking advantage of the buy and save offer, attendees could receive a discount of up to $860 (inc. GST) each.
Shelley Eastwood, Director of Sales, Conference & Incentives, Heritage and CityLife Hotels, “After attending Get Global in 2017, we were definitely keen to register early and ensure we took advantage of the great early bird offer. Get Global proved to be a key sales event for us. We were able to secure a new, large piece of business directly from our attendance at Get Global and we’re looking forward to securing even more. We wouldn’t miss Get Global 2018.”
With over 1320 connections made at Get Global 2017, the 2018 event is set to really deliver on its promise – Where the World Meets and attract even more decision makers from around the world.
The full 2018 Get Global Exhibitor Prospectus can be viewed here, including details of exhibitor packages and early bird offers: getglobal.com.au/Prospectus2018
Get Global – Where the World Meets, will be held at the International Convention Centre, Sydney on Friday 20th July, 2018. The VIP Press Conference will be held the afternoon prior to the event, Thursday 19 July from 4pm, at a secret location and followed by a welcome cocktail reception.
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