ITB Asia, ‘Asia’s Leading Travel Trade Show,’ is back and on track for a physical event in October and shines light on new collaboration with Singapore Association of Convention & Exhibition Organisers & Suppliers (SACEOS), the national trade association for meetings, incentives, conferences, exhibitions and events in Singapore.
ITB Asia 2021 has opened virtually, with the travel industry in Asia gradually braving new realities in leisure, MICE and corporate travel. The event will last five days.
After close observations of international developments of the Covid-19 pandemic and extensive conversations with local authorities, the show organisers made the decision to move the show online.
The annual travel trade show will be held on a virtual platform, due to the uncertainty over continued global travel restrictions and safe distancing measures.
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ITB Asia has opened its doors at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Over the next three days the show will see organisations from across the travel industry gathering to establish high-quality contacts and conduct business.
Messe Berlin has revealed it will be organising the inaugural Travel Tech Asia 2020 in Singapore. The three-day conference will take place from October 21st-23rd at the Sands Expo & Convention Centre at Marina Bay Sands.
Under the overarching theme, Travel Reimagined, top industry leaders will deliver insights on the key trends provoking disruption across the travel industry and how brands are innovating to stay competitive.