Press Passes

2016 Attending Press

You'll find groundbreaking innovation, product launches and the travel industry's top influencers at The Phocuswright Conference.

This is where travel news happens.

The Phocuswright Conference features senior executives and key influencers from all sectors of the travel, tourism and hospitality industry and provides an excellent opportunity for members of the print and online media.

The Phocuswright Conference offers members of the media:

  • The ability to conduct interviews with industry leaders and analysts in a relaxed environment
  • All-inclusive passes for admittance to scheduled conference programs, luncheons and cocktail receptions
  • Speaker and sponsor/exhibitor information

Complimentary press passes are available to professional members of the media who are "working press" on assignment covering the event or the companies presenting. To qualify for a pass, you must be employed by or freelance for the editorial side of a travel, business, financial or general news/lifestyle print or online publication (excludes company and member newsletters), or produce news segments for a broadcast network. Your role or title at the print or online publication or broadcast network cannot be in a sales, promotional or executive capacity (i.e. publisher, CEO, public relations titles do not qualify for complimentary press passes). Consultants, book writers and others who are not working press do not qualify for press passes.

To qualify for a press pass, you must earn your living as a journalist.

You will be asked to submit recent, relevant bylined articles or describe your qualifications. Your attendance at past Phocuswright Conferences on a press pass does not automatically qualify you for a press pass for this year's conference. The pass is valid for all conference sessions, meals and materials.

Phocuswright reserves the right to qualify journalists upon receipt of the application. Questions should be directed to or +1 860 350-4084 x500. Your request for a press pass acknowledges that we may share your contact information with conference attendees (we will not divulge your email address without permission).

Members of the press are not permitted to sell or promote any company or product at any time during the event.

Complete your application to attend The Phocuswright Conference as a member of the press here.

Apply for Press Pass 

Phocuswright reserves the right to qualify journalists upon receipt of the application. Notification of the status of your request will be sent by email.

Gerrit De Vynck
Tech Reporter
Bloomberg News

Chris Palmeri
Bloomberg News

Jay Boehmer
Editor in Chief, The Beat
Business Travel News

Peter Greenberg
CBS News Travel Editor
CBS Broadcasting, Inc.

Maggie Wan
Editor in Chief
China Travel Agent

Barbara Peterson
Conde Nast Traveler

Johanna Gutkind
Journalist / Editor in Chief
i-tourisme /

Cory Weinberg
The Information

Johnny Jet

Rosemary Mcclure
Travel Journalist
LA Times

Paul Lasley
Executive producer
On Travel

Artur Andrade
Editor in Chief

Dennis Schaal
Executive Editor

Jami Edelheit

Martin Cowen

 Sean O'Neill

Mindy Poder
Executive Editor
Travel Age West

Danny King
Hotels Editor
Travel Weekly

Lark Gould
Editor, Contributor

Christopher Tkaczyk
Senior News Editor
Travel + Leisure

Koji Tsurumoto
Managing Editor
Travel Voice Japan Ltd.

Founder & Editor

Liu Zhaohui

Amy Hinote
Founder, Editor-in-Chief
VRM Intel

Elizabeth Harryman
Travel Editor
Westways Magazine