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Only 17 Skift Global Forum seats are still available, and I want you to be there! Join me next week and I promise that you'll leave invigorated and inspired.

Skift Global Forum is officially next week, and if you’re not registered yet, what are you waiting for? This is your chance to connect with 1,100+ attendees that are 50% VP-level and above!


We’re updating our companies attending list daily and have confirmed over 550 companies to date representing every sector of travel. This epic lineup of executives will join the Skift team at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall on September 27-28th in New York City.

As a registered attendee you’ll have access to our brand new event mobile app created specifically to enhance the attendee networking experience. You can connect directly with other attendees through messaging and a meeting scheduler tool, and contribute questions to live Q&A during conference sessions.

Join us for over 30 thought-provoking sessions with c-level speakers from Marriott International, Virtuoso, American Airlines Group, Celebrity Cruises, Expedia Group, Hermès of Paris, Inc., Airbnb, and many more! Check out our Skift Global Forum Session Previews for a sneak peek of what hard-hitting topics will be discussed onstage.

ONLY 17 SPOTS ARE LEFT so don’t wait to register and join us on September 27-28th.


We couldn’t bring this groundbreaking event to life without the generous support of our sponsors:
TravelsifyLivePersonFive Star AllianceKoddiVisitDallasBrand USAPinterestLiveRampRateGainMediaAlphaHotelBedsSojern, VSA PartnersTinycluesAIG Travel, Mastercard, CollinsonAccentureAccenture Amadeus AllianceJordan Tourism BoardSwitchfly, Fareportal, and Cvent.

To become a sponsor or for any other questions about our events, email [email protected].


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