Asia Gears Up for Wired Travel

. October 14, 2008

AUGUST 31, 2006. Wired 2006 is an online travel marketing, distribution and technology conference, taking place at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel in Singapore on October 26 & 27.

It features senior speakers from Asia's (and the world's) most important and innovative travel, branding and digital marketing companies. There'll also be plenty of time to network and also have fun, particularly at the WORLDHOTELS Wired Idol contest, which is being held @ Mox, one of Singapore's new breed of cool bars. Early bird bookings are now open and you can check out the speakers on our site.

Book now for Wired Travel Asia, the region's best value online travel marketing and distribution event. NATAS, HATA and PATA Singapore members should use the downloadable PDF.

Booking a slot at Wired is a great investment with two action-packed conference days, plus free admission to the WORLDHOTELS Wired Idol on the first night, which features drinks for all delegates plus a talent quest, the likes of which you've never seen.

The Early Bird rate of just $US428 is availabe for bookings up to and including Friday, September 1. Take advantage of this great deal and you'll save 37% on the standard booking charge of $US588.

For online booking options, please click on the link here: and for traditional booking methods, please visit our site. (For both a new window opens)

Further details are available on our website, which is equipped with full booking facilities. So, what you waiting for? Get online to find out more.

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