AIME 2022 to set stage for reconnecting travel biz

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With AIME 2022 showcasing its new event format of in-person and online, buyers can expect an experience like no other to help supercharge business for next year and beyond! There’s also the unveiling of a new semi-hosted buyer category – providing buyers with more freedom and flexibility over their time at AIME.

Virginia Loyola, Senior Business Development Manager at Arinex says, “I’m most excited to connect with clients and our industry colleagues given the roller coaster of the last two years – we all have some stories to share and learn from. AIME 2022 presents an important opportunity for us to engage with and support our industry. The business events industry is an ecosystem that relies heavily on strong working relationships between clients, services and suppliers. AIME is a great platform to connect all the dots and encourage collaboration. I look forward to meeting with exhibitors to see and hear firsthand what is new and how we can best work together to convert business.”

Reflecting the same excitement, Karen Livermore, Executive Director of Sales at ID Events Australia says, “AIME is quintessentially Australian and an important event for the Asia Pacific region. For ID Events, it is critical to connect with all the niche regional products and suppliers that often aren’t showcased in Sydney. Not to mention the evening events – they’re a reason to attend on their own! Connecting and forging new relationships at these gatherings is what makes our industry tick!”

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