Best Trade Shows for Hospitality

Trade shows are temporary events at different recurring intervals where new products and services are presented. The number of trade fairs is steadily increasing worldwide; therefore it is important for exhibitors and visitors to get a quick overview and find the right trade shows for themselves. With this platform, these fairs offer a fast and detailed way to interact with various industries and services. A wide range of trade fair suppliers can all be found under the same roof. In addition, these shows provide the booking of exhibition hotels and information on a wide range of attractions in many major international exhibition cities.

  1. WTM, London:

World Travel Market London is the leading global event for the travel industry, generating more than £2.8 billion of business contracts between attendees. There have been 38 editions of WTM London, attracting a global audience that shapes the travel industry.

Over three days, the travel industry comes together as almost 5,000 exhibiting destinations, technology and private sector companies to find and network with 51,000 travel professionals, key industry buyers, journalists, digital influencers, students and Tourism Ministers.

This vibrant event offers the opportunity to discover the world under one roof, and be inspired by industry leaders discussing trends, issues and innovations in the travel industry.


  2.  Fitur, Madrid:

The international tourism trade fair, Fitur, which takes place annually in the Ifema trade fair centre of Madrid, has become one of the biggest tourism fairs worldwide and the no. 1 on the Iberian Peninsula. In so-called national pavilions, the particularities of the regions are presented to the visitors of the fair, mainly consisting of decision-makers in the tourism industry, such as travel agencies and tourism associations. The fair is also considered the most important gateway to the Latin American market. On the whole, the event serves as a global communication platform in order to develop future strategies taking into account the changes in consumer demand and thus generally to promote the tourism business. The Feria de Madrid is located strategically and in the immediate vicinity of the international.

On the whole, the organizers welcomed on the 5 days of the fair, Fitur, The International Tourism Trade Fair, Celebrates Its 38th Staging from January 17 To January 21, 2018, In Madrid.


3. ITB Berlin:

Along with the entire hospitality industry, we’re busy gearing up for the world’s leading travel trade show: ITB Berlin 2018. Starting March 7Messe Berlin will see its halls traversed by hoteliers, tour operators, travel agencies, tech providers, and suppliers from across the globe. With a 90% overall attendee satisfaction rating and €7 billion in business turnover, this is the show where supply meets demand. And it’s thrilling to take part in it.

ITB 2015

4. MITT, Russia:

Held annually, MITT is one of the top five travel exhibitions in the world and is highly valued by the international tourism community.

Founded in 1994, the MITT exhibition has earned its reputation as the place to do business.

With over 1,600 participating companies from around the globe, MITT is the key meeting place for the industry and an opportunity to catch up with colleagues and clients. In addition, it enables participants to increase awareness of their destination, present their new programmes and gain a real feel for the Russian travel market.

Everyone is welcome to participate from Representatives of travel agencies, tour operators, booking systems, corporate customers of the organizations and enterprises of various branches of the Russian economy.

2018 marks MITT’s 25th edition, a testament to the event’s longevity. Each year, the exhibition brings together representatives of the global tourism business. Over 3 days, 23,047 professional visitors attended MITT 2017.


5. BTL, Lisbon:

BTL is a 5-day event being held from 28th Feb to 04th March 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal. This event showcases products like State Government Tourism Departments, Tour Operators, Travel Agents, Hotels, Resorts, Adventure Tourism, Airlines, Car Rentals, Railways, Coach Operators, Cruise Lines, Maps, Guides, Travel, Accessories & Equipment for Camping, Biking, Trekking, Photography etc. in the Travel & Tourism industry.


6. ILTM, France:

ILTM – International Luxury Travel Market Cannes- presents the world’s most desirable destinations, luxurious accommodations, convenient transport facilities and unique travel experiences. The exhibiting companies are hand-picked and must possess a good reputation as the fair to demanding international tourists directed. Through these measures, the visitors an exclusive look at the latest trends and offerings.


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