WTM London: The Platform for Exhibitors from across the Globe

Caribbean News…
02 September 2021 8:50pm
WTM London

Exhibitors from more than 30 countries around the world have already signed up for WTM London as all key elements of the global travel industry prepare for recovery.

WTM London’s physical show will take place at ExCeL London on Monday, November 1-Wednesday, November 3, 2021, to be followed by WTM Virtual (November 8-9).

Exhibitors hail from 16 European countries plus more than a dozen destinations further afield, such as Peru, China, Israel, Maldives, Russia and the US.

Alongside popular tourism hotspots, there will be exhibitors from smaller and emerging destinations such as the Falkland Islands.

Together, the exhibitors represent a wide range of tourism companies and organisations, including tourist boards, hotel chains, cruise lines, DMCs and major attractions.

Many of them will also host exhibiting partners on their stands, to support smaller enterprises as the sector bounces back from the pandemic.

The Middle East and the Gulf regions are well represented with the likes of Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah and Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Qatar and Egypt.

WTM London, with its large audience of industry professionals, is an ideal platform for us to remind the world that Sharjah remains a favourite family destination and is the go-to emirate for unique experiences, home to cultural attractions, stylish eateries, beautiful beaches and exquisite natural landscapes, offering visitors an authentic glimpse into the traditions and lifestyle of the UAE.”

Simon Press, WTM London & Travel Forward Exhibition Director, said: “This November will be a pivotal time for our sector to come together to reconnect and rebuild.

“All our research shows there is a huge amount of pent-up demand for travel so exhibitors who seize the moment at WTM London will be able to meet fresh contacts, seal lucrative deals and discover innovations and ideas that will reshape travel.

“Destinations can showcase to the rest of the world how they are open for business and support their tourism professionals in driving productive, profitable business relationships.”

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