What is IPW?
U.S. Travel Association’s IPW is the travel industry's premier international marketplace and is the largest generator of travel to the U.S. - it is NOT a typical trade show. In just three days of intensive pre-scheduled business appointments, more than 1,000 U.S. travel organizations from every region of the USA (representing all industry category components) and more than 1,300 international and domestic buyers and 500 media from more than 70 countries conduct business negotiations that result in the generation of more than $4.7 billion in future U.S. travel. At IPW, buyers and sellers are able to conduct business that would otherwise be generated only through an exhaustive number of around-the-world trips.
How do I make the most out of IPW?
View the Orientation manual to help ensure that you make the most out of every minute at U.S. Travel's IPW.
Not: The 2019 Orientation Manual will posted over the summer.
What is the dress code?
Business or Business Casual during show hours. Casual for evening events.
Can I bring my spouse/guest/child to an evening event?
No. As the evening events are still considered a networking opportunity, no guests are allowed.
Can I purchase a ticket for the evening event?
No. If you are a registered delegate, the evening events are included in your registration fee.
What is my organization number and/or password?
If you have attended IPW in the past, you should have received an email with your organization number and password for use when registering online. If you forgot your login codes or did not receive them, complete the Login Code Request form.
What is my individual number and/or password?
Once registered for IPW, delegates can access the My IPW portal to prepare for IPW. This requires a separate login using the delegate's individual login credentials. Sample actions include: Find Delegates, Create Prospect List, Update Organization Profile, View Invoices/Print Receipts, and Make Registration Changes/Additions. Note: Actions vary by registration category.
How much does membership cost and what is a Board Level Member?
Visit U.S. Travel Association's Member Benefits page for information on membership. The Membership Resource Guide and the Premier Resource Guide outline benefits and fees of various levels of membership. If you have a membership-related question, email Judith Harris, senior director of membership.