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BC Tourism Industry Conference – February 27, 28 and March 1, 2019 (Vancouver)

Earlybird Registration is now open! 

 

bctourismconference.ca/registration

TIABC Seeks Sponsors for Adopt-A-Student Program

The 2019 BC Tourism Industry Conference will be offering an Adopt-A-Student Program aimed at assisting more full-time tourism and hospitality students to be able to attend this important industry event. We are seeking industry partners to sponsor the full-cost of a BC Tourism Industry Conference registration for eligible students.

Sponsor Requirements

  • Donate $350 to cover one full-conference student registration
  • Connect with your student pre-conference to help them prepare for the event and answer any questions they may have
  • Meet your adopted student on the first day of the conference and introduce them to industry colleagues and assist the student with networking
  • Check in with the student throughout the conference to ensure they are maximizing their networking opportunities

If you are interested in participating, please contact TIABC at info@tiabc.ca

Full-time students, studying tourism in BC, who interested in being sponsored, are asked to complete an application form and return it to info@tiabc.ca

Click here to download the form: Adopt-a-Student Application Form

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Why You Should Attend

“I attended the 2017 TIABC conference for the first time last week, and I won’t miss another one. Absolutely top drawer, from the main room presentations to the incredibly high level break out room presenters.”

Scott Littlejohn
Marketing and Community Engagement Coordinator
Living Forest Oceanside Campground & RV Park.

“We chose to become members based on the incredible 2015 conference that you put on. I have attended it for many years in other capacities and this was by far the best I have been to. Keep it up.”

J.J. Belanger
General Manager
Crystal Cove Beach Resort
Tofino, BC

“I enjoyed the 2015 BC Tourism Industry Conference. This was the first time I have attended a TIABC conference, and based on my experience at the event, I have joined as a member of TIABC on behalf of the Nisga’a Nation.”

Bertram Mercer
Manager / Economic Development
Nisg̱a’a Lisims Government
Gitaxt’aamiks (New Aiyansh, BC)

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