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TUR Offers More Seminars Than Ever

TUR, Scandinavia’s leading fair for the travel, tourism and meetings industries, is offering more seminars than ever.

“We’re really going for this, with a clear goal of highlighting all industry segments,” said Lisa Callert, exhibition manager at TUR.

“We want our trade visitors to really feel that they’ve learnt something new, directly related to their business activities."

TUR 2013 therefore includes around 30 seminars and debates organised by the fair, three times as many as last year. It is not only a question of more seminars, but they also follow different tracks.

“Our ambition is to cover all industry sectors, such as hotels, meetings, business travel, leisure travel and destination development,” said Callert

TUR takes place from 21-24 March. For further information visit www.tur.se/en/