Welcome to the registration site for the Hawaii Tourism Authority’s (HTA) 2013 Hawaii Tourism Conference — Aha Oihana Hoomakaikai!
This 2-day conference (August 22-23, 2013) at the state of-the-art Hawaii Convention Center is the premier educational and networking event for Hawaii’s visitor industry and stakeholders. Hawaii is at record level arrivals and visitor expenditures and continues to receive high visitor satisfaction ratings. Are we delivering the experiences that visitors are seeking and how well are we, as a destination, doing it? What must Hawaii do to stay ahead of the game? This year’s theme, Defining the Next Chapter, will have attendees think about where do we go from here. HTA is gathering experts in their fields to share the latest trends and forecasts, as well as best practices on an array of topics, and factors to consider moving forward. There will be opportunities to network and develop your business. Last year’s conference drew 600 attendees. The Conference provides insightful market intelligence and tourism trends for the visitor industry, and reveals Hawaii’s global marketing activities for 2014. The Conference is attended by all stakeholders of the Hawaii travel and tourism industry working together to attain the State’s vision for a Hawaii that is the best place to live, work and visit.
If you have any registration questions, feel free to contact us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or at (808)230-7625
Hawaii Pacific Events
P.O Box 30337
Honolulu, HI 96820
Registration for this event is now closed. Walk-ins will not be accepted on-site at the event, but if you have registered prior and still need to make payment, we will be accepting payment at the registration desk. For more information on registration, please visit our registration page.
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