The World Travel Market is one of the most significant business-to-business events in the travel industry. With over 5,000 international exhibitors and more than 50,000 travel trade professionals, the event is a unique opportunity for travel industry professionals from all over the world to meet and exchange ideas. It has many different business-to-business activities, including conferences, networking opportunities, and trade-only events. This year’s edition focused on international destinations, including Greece, Spain, Italy, and France.
The World Travel Market London is the premier global event for the travel industry, showcasing diverse destinations and industry sectors. It provides an exceptional venue to meet and do business with key industry buyers, travel suppliers, and tourism ministers from all over the world. It is also a great place to network with other travel professionals and gain valuable insight into the future of the travel industry.
World Travel Market London is the biggest annual travel event in the UK and attracts a wide range of professionals from the travel industry. The show is packed with top speakers, celebrities, and industry leaders, as well as innovative technology and sustainable solutions. It is the largest show of its kind in the industry and will be held in London again in 2022.
World Travel Market London is a trade show for the travel industry, with over a hundred countries represented. Three days may not be enough time to explore everything, so WTM London will run a virtual version on the 8th and 9th November, opening the travel fair to a wider audience. The virtual version will be available to online visitors, so you can experience the exhibition on your own time.
The Middle East region was well represented at WTM London. Saudi Arabia was a Premier Partner at the event. The country is aggressively ramping up its tourism drive and aims to welcome 100 million tourists by 2030. The Saudi Pavilion showcased an interactive journey through the country. Saudi Arabia’s presence at WTM London is one sign of the emergence of the Middle East travel industry in the international market.