Your Holiday Expo 2017

Marasem PR & Event Management has the pleasure to introduce“YOUR HOLIDAY Expo 2017”which will be held in Wadi Degla Club from the 20th until the 22nd of April 2017.

        Your HolidayExpo in glance
Our main target is to present the Hotels, Travel agencies, Travel Service providers, activities and attraction points from allover Egypt (Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, El Soukhna, Luxor, Aswan & North coast) to the visitors.

Our Official Sponsors
Red Sea Governorate
South Sinai Governorate
Luxor Governorate
Ministry Of Tourism
Regional Tourism promotion

Our Visitors
There will be visitors from different categories representing B2B & B2C.
Corporate companies
Business & MICE
Groups & Families
Individual travelers
 
Why Exhibit?
Build confidence : In a recovering friendly climate, the exhibition is a primary chance to let your prospects and clients know about your existing and future plans.
Gain Domestic market exposure : 
Good chance to meet a new market, which is growing rapidly. As an exhibitor, you are invited to promote your product & to meet your clients face to face.
We will promote our event via large-scale press, email, online campaigns and much more.

Why to visit?
•Save time and money comparing the widest choice of properties including those in the planning stage, all less than one roof.
•Get answers to your questions direct from leading professionals and make highly informed decisions about your next holiday.
•Find out how the market is changing and how this will affect your Holiday plans.
•Browse the latest promotions, Hotel renovations and recreational spaces in a relaxed, leisurely atmosphere. Families are welcome and cafeterias are located on the Visitor Show Guide provided.

Why Sponsor?
Build long-term brand awareness : Sponsorship increases the attraction of your target audience by 104%. (Source: Center for Exhibition Industry Research (CEIR) Align your brand with the leading event for your industry and benefit from a captive and targeted audience.
Reinforce your presence at the show : Significantly enhance your stand presence with targeted above the line exposure before and during the event.
Retain a major presence amongst travelers if you are unable to exhibit.
For some organizations, timing or location prevents them from having a physical presence at the event. If this is the case for you, sponsorship will ensure that you capture the attention of the market through wide-ranging and prominent branding opportunities both prior to and during the exhibition.
With big numbers of visitors per day, YOUR HOLIDAY Expo is not only a crowd-puller but also a major media event. Our presentation and communication opportunities give you the greatest possible advertising impact –with the least possible waste coverage. Take advantage of this chance to clearly distinguish yourself from your competitors.
Present your company as a credible YOUR HOLIDAY Expo sponsor of one of our segments. Reach your target group with your advertising message at just the right touch point. On the other hand, draw press attention towards your products and services.
Find all offers at a glance arranged according to your target group in our exhibition.

Sponsorship packages
1-Platinum package
2-Golden package
3-Silver package

Venue
Wadi Degla Club Maadi
3 days from 20 till 22 April

Working Hours
Thursday from 16:00till 22:00Public
Friday from 11:00till 22:00Public
Saturday from 10:00till 22:00Public
 
Visitor’s AdmissionFees: Free

Why Pre-Register?
Save your time, avoid lengthy queues, and have more time to spend on finding your dream vacation.
Pre-registration is available through our website www.YourHolidayExpo.com.
It provides automatic reminders. Relax.
We will remind you when the show is happening to ensure you donot miss holiday and deal you have been waiting for.


Our Guest of honors and invitees
Red Sea Governor
South Sinai Governor
Luxor Governor
Aswan Governor
Minister of Tourism
Egyptian Tourism Federation
Egyptian Tourism Authority

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Thursday, April 20, 2017 | Wadi Degla Club Maadi
Your Holiday Expo 2017

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