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Travel Bloggers from Across the Globe Coming to Dublin, Ireland for TBEX Europe Conference in 2013
~ World's Largest Travel Blogger's Conference Announces Next International Destination, Dublin, Ireland, October, 2013

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, TBEX — the world's largest gathering of travel bloggers — announced the host city for its 2013 European conference. "We are very excited to have chosen Dublin, Ireland as the destination for our event in October, 2013," says Rick Calvert, CEO of TBEX. "We'll be hosting hundreds of travel bloggers and travel industry professionals from all over the world for two days of comprehensive educational programming and engaging networking events. Our delegates will be sharing their unique Dublin discoveries and experiences with the world online. We couldn't have chosen a better destination, as Dublin is the European headquarters of companies like Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Zynga and Twitter; it's a thriving social media hub. 2013 is also the year of The Gathering in Ireland and TBEX is proud to be a part of it."


Minister of State for Tourism, Michael Ring TD, today welcomed the announcement, adding: "This is a great achievement for tourism and Ireland. Thanks to the efforts of Failte Ireland, we have won a conference which will deliver up to 450 travel bloggers to our shores in October 2013. This could not happen at a better time. By that time, The Gathering will be in full swing and I can guarantee that all who attend will experience Ireland at its best and most lively."

"Dublin is a perfect location for international travel bloggers to visit and explore," says Dave Cynkin, CMO for TBEX. "In addition to the technology aspects, delegates will be learning about Dublin's thousand-year-old history, culture and arts, and the beautiful surrounding area before and after the event. Content creators at TBEX provide a true online window to the world. They will be sharing their perspectives and experiences in Dublin with readers, online communities and social networks across the globe. At the 2012 European TBEX event in Costa Brava Spain attendees generated over 200 million online impressions. We fully expect to shatter that record in Dublin".

"With its history, architecture and culture providing a backdrop to modern city life, Dublin offers something for every travel blogging niche and every travel blogger budget," says Mary Jo Manzanares, Conference Director for TBEX. "Failte Ireland with support from Tourism Ireland is rolling out the red carpet to welcome our attendees to their home, and I'm very excited for October."

About TBEX Events:

TBEX's goal is to help travel bloggers advance their careers as professional travel media through education and networking with DMO's and travel industry professionals.  The conference covers topics on creating, distributing and monetizing online content and much more. Concurrently the TBEX Business conference is focused on educating travel industry professionals on best practices in content and social media marketing.

The TBEX conference was acquired by BlogWorld in 2012 and has grown into the world's largest gathering of bloggers, writers and new media content creators in the travel industry. TBEX also attracts some of the world's best-known travel brands and DMO's as sponsors who are eager to connect with the travel journalists of the future. Sponsors include: Expedia, American Express, Lonely Planet, TripAdvisor, Vail Resorts,

HomeAway, Tourism Toronto, Costa Brava, Canada, Australia, Croatia, Dominican Republic, Denver, Virginia, British Columbia, and other leading travel industry bands.  

Join TBEX discussions on Twitter at the official hashtag: #TBEX and by following

To learn more about TBEX Europe 2013 in Dublin, visit for details and updates as they become available.

Exhibiting and Sponsorship Inquiries: Contact: Patti Hosking
(858) 309-4747 ext. 109

TBEX Contact:
Tina Baljian
(858) 309-4747 ext. 101


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