The in-person event will bring travel industry professionals back for meaningful business, networking and learning through face-to-face interactions. The organiser will ensure a trade show with robust safe management measures in place to provide a safe environment for all ITB Asia attendees.
With six months to go before it opens its doors, the show is attracting unprecedented demand from a total of over 600 international exhibitors from tourism organisations, hospitality and travel technology companies.
Confirmation from over 600 international exhibitors till date celebrating its return to an in-person event, the trade show already records high demand for exhibition space from industry tourism organisation heavyweights.
Participants can look forward to seeing key industry players including Azerbaijan Tourism Board, Inspired by Iceland, Korea Tourism Organization, Malta Tourism Authority, Moscow Project Office for Tourism and Hospitality Development, Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia, Penang Global Tourism, Saudi Tourism Authority, Shizuoka Prefectural Government, Singapore Tourism Board, Visit Finland, Visit Maldives, Visit Monaco, Zagreb Tourist Board and more.