Experience the Future of Travel with an All-Expenses Paid Trip to NYC

Aug 11, 2014 12:00 pm

Curious about what the future of travel will be like?

Working in the industry already and looking for inspiration? Thinking of launching your own startup? Enter to win an all-expenses paid trip to New York City for an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at some of the companies at the forefront of travel innovation today.

On day one of the tour, learn about the future of the hospitality experience firsthand by staying at the Gansevoort Park Avenue NYC, which has the first heated indoor/outdoor pool in NYC, a tri-level rooftop with striking views of the Empire State Building and Manhattan skyline, and a ground-floor trattoria, Asellina, offering Italian-inspired fare. Once your settled into your room, network with the Sillicon Alley based founders of HitList, AllTheRooms, and BonVoyaging, who are disrupting different areas of the travel industry. Afterwards, opt to unwind with a cocktail atop Gansevoort Park Rooftop or visit Exhale spa to give yourself time to brainstorm some ideas for your own startup.

On day two of your tour, attend the Skift Global Forum to understand the changing trends in travel across sectors, geographies, and functions in the travel industry. Learn from the Head of Global Hospitality at AirBnb, the former CEO of Virgin America and other top executives on what is shaping the future of the Travel industry.

Click here to enter a chance to win a Tour of the Future of Travel in NYC. One lucky winner will receive:

  • Free flight to NYC from anywhere in the continental US
  • Two (2) nights at the Gansevoort Park Avenue NYC
  • One (1) free ticket to Skift’s Global Forum covering the Future of Travel in NYC on October 9th, 2014
  • Exclusive access to four (4) travel startups located in NYC

Read sweepstakes rules here.

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