Jonathan Worsley, chairman of Bench Events, has welcomed guests from around the world to the revamped AHIC on the Road, a new digital showcase being broadcast from Dubai.
The 76th staging of the annual showcase will take place as a digital-only show in Amsterdam on November 24th, hosted by KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.
This weekend sees the launch of ‘Return to UFC Fight Island’ – the second instalment of fights from the martial arts organisation. The event takes place on Yas Island from until October 24th.
People from around the world, of all ages and from every walk of life, are being invited by the UK to collaborate and contribute to an amazing crowd-sourced piece of music that showcases the sounds of humanity.
The secretary of state for transport, Grant Shapps, will be speaking at the annual Travel Convention. The show will return for 2020 as a one-day virtual event on October 14th.
Bench Events has revealed the first details of the upcoming Future Hospitality Summit. Organised alongside the ministry of tourism in Saudi Arabia, the event will take place live from Riyadh.
ILTM has replaced its suspended 2020 shows with online versions. Under the title ITLM World Tour, the virtual events are designed to unite the entire global community of buyers and suppliers of luxury travel.
The three-day show, organised by Bench Events, is packed with critical insights from industry leaders and networking opportunities designed for a new world.
As the city gathers momentum with the resumption of conferences, the Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing has formed a new Business Events Stakeholders Committee.
World Travel Market – London will be a digital only affair this year after organisers Reed Exhibitions abandoned plans for a physical conference. Sister event, Travel Forward, will also be entirely virtual.
Park Hyatt Dubai and the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club will play host to the seventh annual World Golf Awards. The event serves to celebrate excellence in golf tourism.
Organisers of Expo 2020 Dubai have hosted a four-day meeting to progress plans for the rescheduled event. Participants remain “fully engaged” in the delivery of the show, officials concluded.