Entries for 2016 Global Youth Travel Awards are now open
Now is your chance to win one of this year’s 14 awards.
The Global Youth Travel Awards formally recognise outstanding performers in fourteen areas of youth travel for their extraordinary contributions to our global industry.
This year’s awards include ten nominated and four consumer-voted categories.
- Best Education Abroad Provider
- Best Green Accommodation Initiative
- Best Marketing Campaign
- Best Social Responsibility Initiative
- Best Work Experience Provider
- Best Youth Travel Blogger
- Best Youth Travel Destination
- Best Travel Technology Product
- Extraordinary Experience
- Outstanding Volunteer Project
Don’t miss your chance to receive industry recognition for your organisation.
The deadline for submissions is 22 August 2016.
- Best Youth Travel Accommodation
- Best Youth Tour Operator
- Best Youth Travel Agent
- Best Youth Travel Airline
Four consumer-voted categories allow the public to voice their opinions on the best products and services they have experienced.
Don’t miss this opportunity to rally the support of your customers! Voting ends 31 August 2016.
Encourage your customers to vote for you by sharing this link on your website, feedback forms, emails and social media pages:
Attract votes from your website by using one of the banners we’ve created for you.
This year’s awards will be presented during a gala dinner that will bring WYSTC 2016 in Belgrade, Serbia to a close on Friday, 23 September 2016.
David Chapman, Director General of WYSE Travel Confederation, says:
“Despite the unsettled nature of travel as a whole, with terrorism and political unrest halting tourism in some areas, youth travel remains resilient. Not only do young people continue to travel during difficult times, but the agencies and organisations helping them also continue to offer new products and services that meet the needs of young travellers.
WYSE Travel Confederation invites all youth and student travel organisations to enter their best products, services, partnerships and experiences so that our global community can recognise the best of innovation and advancement in youth travel this year. Good luck!”