Explore a Season:

Leads

WHAT IS A LEAD?
These are very qualified name and contact details of key industry people and organizations that have specifically requested information on New Hampshire. They include the media, travel agents, tour operators, special interest operators, receptives, and meeting and business travel planners.

WHAT IS THEIR SOURCE?
These are contacts that DTTD staff have communicated with during the course of their work and at various trade shows, sales missions and publicity events both nationally and internationally.

WHY SHOULD I USE LEADS?
These contacts are some of the most targeted referrals your organization could receive, as they have attended events prequalified by DTTD and have specifically asked for New Hampshire information.

HOW DO I USE LEADS?
These leads are provided to you free of charge and we would recommend that you take this opportunity to send them information on your business along with a personalized cover letter outlining what you have to offer and who your key contacts are.


Please use the links below to download current lead and lead reports.

2019:


American Bus Association Annual Convention (ABA), Louisville, KY 1/25-1/29/2019 The American Bus Association Annual Convention is New Hampshire’s strongest trade show for North American group and bus travel. About 18 delegates from New Hampshire representing different regions, hotels, attractions, receptives, and transportation companies also attended. During the convention, New Hampshire managed an exhibitor booth, participated in 47 prescheduled appointments, and attended seminars.

2018:

ITB Berlin 2018, Berlin, Germany 3/7-3/11/2018 As the world’s marketplace and the trendsetter of the global travel industry ITB Berlin once again impressively underlined its standing as the World’s Leading Travel Trade Show.

Tokyo Japanese Sales Mission with DNE, Tokyo, Japan 2/10-2/17/2018 The New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development (DTTD) traveled to Tokyo, Japan to participate in Discover New England’s sixth annual Japanese sales mission. Prescheduled meetings were held with the US Embassy and twelve tour companies to increase group and FIT travel offerings to New Hampshire. In 2016, Japan was the fourth largest overall source of inbound travelers to the United States, attracting 3.58 million visitors. Activities of particular interest to this market include foliage tours, light hiking, attractions that are rare or unique, culinary experiences and niche travel such as quilting, photography and garden tours.

American Bus Association Annual Convention (ABA), Charlotte, NC 1/26 – 1/30/2018 About 20 delegates from New Hampshire representing different regions, hotels, attractions, receptives, and transportation companies traveled to Charlotte for the ABA Annual Convention to meet with tour operators planning group tours. During the convention, New Hampshire managed an exhibitor booth, participated in 40 one-on-one prescheduled appointments, and attended seminars.