We’re going to Berlin this year for the second annual Skift Forum Europe and we have one goal: to give you the creative brain-food you need to synthesize and predict emerging trends in the travel industry.
We take what we do seriously and we have fun while doing it. The Skift Global Forum was the first conference to focus on defining the future of travel. Since our first gathering in New York in 2014, Skift Forums have continued to attract top-notch speakers and attendees including the top marketers, strategists, and technologists in our industry.
We started our expansion internationally with the first Skift Forum Europe in London last year, and we’ll continue to bring the travel industry’s most creative and inspirational leadership conference to other key regions in 2019.
Our Forums inform our focus, and our focus informs our Forums. It’s a symbiotic relationship of learning and interconnectivity with you all that keeps our editorial arm strong, our research insightful, and our team of almost 50 Skifters growing.
We chose Berlin this year for its thriving startup community and deep historical roots, and we believe geo-targeting our Forums is a special way to focus on the unique roles different parts of the world play in the global travel industry. We bring insights to you, whether that’s in our backyard in New York City or halfway across the world, because our industry happens everywhere.
We’re counting down the days — 23, to be exact — and the number of tickets we have left! Just three weeks and 43 tickets remain.
We pledge to make Berlin worth your while, so we’ve lined up a gathering of the most innovative CEOs and founders in the industry, 20+ insightful speakers, an incredible venue at Berlin’s Cafe Moskau, and an editorial program we promise will be lightning-fast and laser-focused.
Skift Forum Europe would not be possible without our amazing sponsors: Airbus, AccorHotels, Accenture, Accenture Amadeus Alliance, Jordan Tourism Board, Movable Ink, SimilarWeb , Sojern, and Travelsify.