Sessions 8 - 9 June 2019
Midweek Experiences 4 - 7 June
Post Event Adventures 10 - 14 June

Traverse heads to Italy.

Traverse is back for 2019 and heading to the stunningly beautiful Trentino, Italy!

Join bloggers, YouTubers, Instagrammers, influencers and digital content creators from around the world for a series of talks, workshops, masterclasses, panels, one on ones and more in Italy. Midweek events will be taking place in the days leading up to the conference, with the whole event open to influencers from all backgrounds and abilities.

For the first time at Traverse, post event adventures will take places following the conference, giving attendees the chance to spend more time in this stunning region.

What is Traverse?

Forget your typical dull, stuffy, snore inducing conferences in generic corporate hotels. No boasting keynotes spouting soundbites with zero takeaways, stingy networking parties, unapproachable speakers and extras to pay. Traverse doesn’t do typical, we produce an exceptional experience that’s more of a festival than a conference bringing together brilliant people to learn, experience and progress.

So if you’re looking to invest in your skills, boost your campaign opportunities, want a more focused hands on approach to learning in an awesome environment, then Traverse is the place for you.

For industry attendees, there will be a week of networking with two days at the main conference to meet some of the world's top influencers, as well as the best of tomorrow's talent. On top of that there will be a stream of sessions aimed at industry attendees, bookable meetings with influencers and much more.


Trento is the capital of Trentino, is located in the valley of the Adige river and it is known throughout Europe for having been the location of the famous Council in the 1500s. The city is full of churches, palaces, and architectural beauty in Gothic and Renaissance style, and is culturally rich thanks to the prestigious University, and the many museums and historical places that you can visit.

The first thing to do is to go for a walk through the historical centre: from the Duomo [cathedral] to the enchanting Piazza with the Fountain of Neptune, and then among the palaces with frescoed façades, towers, and alleys, to the Castello del Buonconsiglio, the sumptuous residence of the Bishopric of Trento, and now a museum. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Museum of Science - the famous MUSE - designed by Renzo Piano: young and old alike will enjoy it.

The Dolomites

The Dolomites, some of the most eye-catching peaks in Europe, these vast massifs have been eroded over the last 200 million years into a weird and wonderful array of needles, towers and pinnacles. In 2009 the range was added to the UNESCO World Natural Heritage List for their unique geology and for their diverse ecosystem abundant in rare flora and fauna.

Lake Garda

Trentino lies in the heart of the Alps in a unique geographical position, between the Dolomites and Lake Garda. Lake Garda, with its mild climate favours a typically Mediterranean vegetation with lemon trees, olive trees, laurels and palm trees: a true Mediterranean island at the foot of the Dolomites.

Nature Parks, Adventure & Spas

 Trentino offers also a number of stunning wilderness areas and three nature parks where adventure and comfort can be found in equal measure. Wooden farmhouses dot vine- and orchard-covered valleys and the region's cities – Trento and the southerly Rovereto close to Lake Garda, are easy to navigate, cultured and fun.

From five-star spa resorts to the humblest mountain hut, multi-generational hoteliers combine genuine Italian warmth with extreme professionalism.