For once, the rumors are true — and that’s a good thing! I’ll be speaking at the Travel Summit in Toronto, and it’ll be the only time to catch me in North America this year of 2022 as God Save The Points.
It’s a fantastic looking summit, with broad travel interests and a huge lineup of great speakers in addition to some fantastic leaders in the world of loyalty, like Mark Nasr and Scott O’Leary from Air Canada & Aeroplan.
I’m excited to share some thoughts and tips as always, but most of all — really excited to meet anyone who’d like to say hello or ask me any more personal questions about their journey in points. Here’s all the details so we can link up!
The Travel Summit
The clever folks at Prince Of Travel have launched the Travel Summit this year in grand form and the event will take place October 29th and 30th in Toronto, Canada at the Metro Toronto Convention Center.
Ricky Zhang, the founder of Prince of Travel met up with me in London earlier this year and asked me to join, and it’s been too long since I’ve been able to connect with a fun group of people in person, so I jumped at the chance.
The speaker list (and topic list) is extensive and wonderful, and I can confidently say that anyone who goes will learn something. I’ll try not to disappoint on that front with my talks either. You can view the full list of speakers and topics here.
Prices And Details
The price for a ticket is $399 CAD, which is about $299 USD. This includes access to all the talks, plus a bunch of extras. I’m lazy as $#!T, so I’ve just copy and pasted the extra stuff here, below.
- Access to The Travel Summit Toronto 2022 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
- 3 keynote presentations & panel discussions across 2 days
- 24 breakout sessions across 2 days
- Networking with expert travelers
- Lunch on Saturday & Sunday
- Party on Saturday evening
- Special offers from leading travel brands
- Prize draws and giveaways
- Video recordings of all presentations
The Travel Summit also negotiated discount hotel rates at many leading hotels including the Hyatt Regency, Intercontinental and St. Regis. Toronto is a fun city anyway, so having an excuse to spend some time with avid travelers and perhaps shed some light on subjects people find interesting is a joy for me here.
If you’d like to purchase tickets, please visit the Travel Summit website.
If you plan to go, reach out to me and we’ll find time for a coffee or catch up during the session breaks. See you in Toronto in October! Thanks for supporting this great event.