The global marketplace for meetings and events is complex
and growing every day. Even with technology like e-mail, and e-RFP platforms that allows buyers and sellers of meetings to connect and communicate, we believe that the importance of each meeting or incentive program requires specific attention to its unique requirements and objectives. When that meeting is taking place in a venue in an international destination, there are unique issues and needs that need special attention.
As a Global Sales Organization (GSO),
we provide that special attention locally
with direct access to our international collection of distinctive Members worldwide. We help meeting planners and incentive travel buyers navigate this exciting international marketplace with an experienced and dedicated team of global sales specialists. All services are funded by “Member Dues,” and provided at no cost to you (the planner/organization).
ADW connects meeting professionals, association executives, incentive specialists, and business professionals in the U.S. and Canada with our first-class member destinations, hotels, and convention facilities from around the world:
- North America
As the global brand of Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI), a national sales organization with over 25 years of experience, ADW offers solutions and resources for your international meeting needs. Provide us your business needs
, and we can do the following (and more):
- Offer reliable advice and insight specific to international marketplace.
- Save time contacting, researching and contracting business with our members.
- Be your advocate and source for timely and relevant information.
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