Key travel industry leaders and international exhibitors from various segments of MICE, Leisure, Corporate and Travel Technology met virtually this week for the 3-in1-show ITB India, MICE Show India and Travel Tech India, hosted on ITB Community in Asia.
The virtual edition of the inaugural ITB India has kicked off in Delhi, with three days of networking, travel news and business opportunities on offer.
As the official partner country of ITB India, the Saudi Tourism Authority will showcase an array of current tourism offerings and destination highlights as well as the exciting new developments.
The physical debut of ITB India has been delayed for at least one more year after organisers confirmed the 2021 show would be online only in response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
A virtual event is set to complement the live show by reuniting a much wider audience accompanied with digital innovations to improve audience engagement and connectivity
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Originally scheduled to take place next month, the show will now be held next year on April 7th-9th at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai. “Due to the rapid spread of the new coronavirus, there is much uncertainty in the region and around the world,” explained a statement.
The inaugural ITB India is on track to take place in Mumbai from April 15th-17th next year, with large scale support from the industry. Four months before the event, an outstanding number of bookings point to a successful premiere.
Messe Berlin has announce its cooperation with the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce in the organisation of the inaugural ITB India next year.
The three-day business-to-business travel trade show and convention will take place at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, India, from April 15th-17th next year.