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Wanderful Launches New 'Trending in Travel' Conference Track

New sessions for bloggers and content creators will focus on aspects of the travel industry including impact travel, food tourism, and more.
Milwaukee, WI – Wanderful is launching a new track at its fourth annual Women in Travel Summit focusing on the latest trends in travel, in an effort to allow travel bloggers and content creators to become more knowledgeable about the travel industry.

The track, “Trending in Travel,” joins the entrepreneur and media tracks and includes sessions on food tourism, the impact tourism boom, eco-tourism, the use of mobile in travel booking, reaching Generation Z, and more.
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Participants will learn from leaders in the travel industry about different and emerging areas of travel as well as how to gear their blog or business to be more in line with the greater travel industry and be at the forefront of change.

It's a powerful thought when you consider that travel -- a universally appealing experience -- could solve some of the world's most pressing issues,” says Kelley Louise, Executive Director of Travel+SocialGood and a panelist and moderator in a “Trending in Travel” session. “Perhaps even more powerful is the fact that it's actually incredibly easy, everyday decisions that have the potential to positively impact our world.”

For Beth Santos, CEO of Wanderful and founder of the Women in Travel Summit, it is essential to be talking about travel trends this year.

“We are not a conference that just talks about technical elements of blogging and storytelling,” Santos says. “We also discuss women’s issues, political issues, and how current climates affect travel. In turn, we are mindful to discuss how the travel industry is changing and growing with every shift to our society, ensuring that we -- as female bloggers and influencers -- are at the forefront of these changes.”

Other speakers in the “Trending in Travel” track include Aassia Haroon Haq, founder and CEO of Guidrr, Inc., Laura Mandala, head of leading travel and tourism research firm, Mandala Research, and Katie Stanwyck, North American Marketing & Communications Manager at TourRadar. Conference attendees can go between all three conference tracks -- entrepreneur, media, and trending in travel -- throughout the weekend.

WITS (http://witsummit.com) is the premier event for women travel influencers, creators, and brands. Its goal is to provide women travelers with the tools, connections, and resources they need to become better travel bloggers and entrepreneurs while growing its global sisterhood of dedicated women who travel. WITS ’17 will be held at the historic Hilton Milwaukee City Center Hotel from April 21-23, 2017. WITS is the creation of Wanderful, an international community and online resource for women who travel. Wanderful is an international membership community of independent, adventurous, globally minded women who travel. With a network of over 15,000 people worldwide, Wanderful connects women travelers together by empowering them with the tools they need to go abroad and facilitating a trusted network that can help guide them in their journeys. This happens through annual events like the Women in Travel Summit; monthly gatherings in 22 cities around the world; a robust membership network for women to meet in person, facilitate homestays and share tips on the road; and a carefully curated selection of online content. To learn more about Wanderful or to become a member, visit www.sheswanderful.com.

The iUeMagazine team is delighted to work with Women in Travel Summit as Online Media Partners & is expected to bring Unlimited Inspiration for all readers from the proceedings of this event. Staying tuned to the enriching updates from this event is recommended.

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Any facts, figures or references stated here are made by the author & don't reflect the endorsement of iU at all times unless otherwise drafted by official staff at iU. This article was first published here on 7th April 2017.

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