Jason Tremblay, founder and CEO of VacationOwnership.com and Sell My Timeshare NOW, will be a featured panelist during this year’s GNEX 2013, the 3rd Annual Global Networking Expo (gnex 2013:The Global Meeting of Minds). Hosted for senior executives of the shared ownership, vacation ownership, fractional and timeshare industry, the event will be held at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills, California.
Jason Tremblay will speak on a panel scheduled for February 5 at 2:30 PM in the Ballroom of the Beverly Wilshire hotel. Tremblay and other panelists will address the topic: “Has Timeshare Lost Its Value Proposition?” Described as the continuation of a hot debate that began during GNEX 2011, the discussion will be frank and bold as the panelists and others in attendance examine some of the timeshare and vacation ownership industry’s most critical issues.
On February 6, Tremblay will be part of a second panel, speaking on the topic: “The Truth About Timeshare On The Internet!” This session will look at surprising statistics about the timeshare industry’s online reputation, with insights on the merits of online engagement, proven campaigns, best practices, and myths and legends that impact timeshare companies in the online world. Tremblay will be joined on this panel by Steve Tassler, Principal, Xeputu and Kris Jamtaas, Senior Vice President, Business Development, North America, RCI.
Tremblay says, “With a new generation of vacationers and an evolving base of current owners who increasingly prefer to go online for vacation research and booking, the internet continues to disrupt and activate change in primary market timeshare sales. The industry has no choice but to be responsive. GNEX affords an excellent opportunity for leadership to work together, to platform new ideas, and to share creative ways to serve the vacationing public.”
VacationOwnership.com will sponsor the event’s opening day reception scheduled for Monday, February 4 from 2-3 PM in the Wintergarden private reception area of the Ballroom at the Beverly Wilshire.