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.