International Luxury Travel Market

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Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

Luxury has been part of the human history and society since people have lived in the courts where it was the mark of a noble birth. Then it has evolved, for instance, from expressing aristocrats’ beauty to the point in which it was synonymous with no exuberance as in the Coco Chanel’s “Poor Look” or in the minimal trend of the early ‘90s. How is it going to transform now thatluxury travel has become an increasingly important lifestyle choice? What is going to happen now that many luxury products are available also in the developing countries? These and many others questions will be answered during ILTM, the annual ‘invitation-only’ event for the world of global luxury travel, taking place from December 3rd to 6th in Cannes, where a high profile panel of international professionals will take part into debates, interviews and scheduled meetings. Mr P.R.S. Oberoi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Oberoi Group will share its success story, his involvement in developing hotels that reflect their local environment and will reveal his ethos for the Oberoi brand as well as his predictions for the future of luxury travel. John Andrews too, Consultant Editor of The Economist, will share his thoughts on how the future of luxury will be, while Nicholas Coleridge, President of Condé Nast International will overview tomorrow’s ‘New World of Luxury’ in terms of which countries are performing, key luxury brands and tomorrow’s luxury consumers. While discussing the key issues facing the industry today, luxury travel buyers and agents will finally experience prestigious luxury products and new researches in luxury travel trends as well as social networking events. 

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    Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

    Luxury has been part of the human history and society since people have lived in the courts where it was the mark of a noble birth. Then it has evolved, for instance, from expressing aristocrats’ beauty to the point in which it was synonymous with no exuberance as in the Coco Chanel’s “Poor Look” or in the minimal trend of the early ‘90s. How is it going to transform now thatluxury travel has become an increasingly important lifestyle choice? What is going to happen now that many luxury products are available also in the developing countries? These and many others questions will be answered during ILTM, the annual ‘invitation-only’ event for the world of global luxury travel, taking place from December 3rd to 6th in Cannes, where a high profile panel of international professionals will take part into debates, interviews and scheduled meetings. Mr P.R.S. Oberoi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Oberoi Group will share its success story, his involvement in developing hotels that reflect their local environment and will reveal his ethos for the Oberoi brand as well as his predictions for the future of luxury travel. John Andrews too, Consultant Editor of The Economist, will share his thoughts on how the future of luxury will be, while Nicholas Coleridge, President of Condé Nast International will overview tomorrow’s ‘New World of Luxury’ in terms of which countries are performing, key luxury brands and tomorrow’s luxury consumers. While discussing the key issues facing the industry today, luxury travel buyers and agents will finally experience prestigious luxury products and new researches in luxury travel trends as well as social networking events.