Feb 14, 2008, 1:18 PM
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Wednesday, March 26 - Friday, March 28-28
Work Experience Travel Market and IAPA Annual Conference - 2008
The Hague in The Netherlands - The Kurhaus Hotel
The historical city of The Hague is centrally located in Europe, with two airports, two harbours and two railway stations close by. In combination with an elaborate network of motorways, these make the city easily accessible to international visitors. The Hague is situated at the North Sea, offering its visitors the choice between two seaside resorts, Scheveningen and Kijkduin.
Work Experience Travel Market is a must attend, business to business event that provides a uniquely targeted and cost effective opportunity for buyers and sellers serving all aspects of the work experience industry to meet, network, learn, and do business.
International Au Pair Association (IAPA) Annual Conference
The IAPA Annual Conference is the Association's most important yearly event. Providing its members a forum to discuss the challenges and solutions for the community and the opportunity to trade and conduct business amongst members and invited outside organisations. Additionally, the conference hosts the presentation of the Au Pair of the Year award.
Taking advantage of the business and trade muscle of the Work Experience Travel Market, the event enables IAPA members and attending au pair organisations looking to diversify into other aspects of work experience, the opportunity to meet and conduct business with 300 plus specialists in work and travel programmes.
The Work Experience Travel Market and IAPA Annual Conference are organised by The WYSE Work Abroad Association and the International Au Pair Association, IAPA.
Work Experience Travel Market
Bredgade 25 H
1260 Copenhagen K
Phone: +45 3393 9620
Fax: +45 3393 9676
Contact: Melle Arifin
Questions regarding the conference or sponsorship opportunities should be sent to [email protected]
Visit: The Work Experience Travel Market and IAPA Annual Conference
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(This post was edited by stephenwinbaum on Feb 14, 2008, 1:19 PM)