As governments around the world begin to ease the handbrake on restrictions, Breaking Travel News takes a fresh look at what it will mean for the travel event space
Restrictions imposed due to the Covid-19 outbreak have dealt a crushing blow to the exhibition sector, with the triple whammy of curbs on flights, restrictions on mass gatherings and deferred investment decisions. Here Breaking Travel News examines which events have been cancelled, and which might be first to return
Reed Travel Exhibitions has announced dates for the three spring global trade shows in its World Travel Market portfolio after a wave of cancellations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Reed Exhibitions Africa has confirmed that Africa Travel Week, which comprises of World Travel Market Africa and International Luxury Travel Market Africa, will now be postponed.
Amid global concerns about Covid-19, organisers have urged the tourism industry to rally together to ensure the sector continues to thrive on the continent. Delegates will be welcomed to the Cape Town International Convention Centre from April 6th.
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This year’s World Travel Market, Africa, taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, will bring some of the most prominent exhibitors and professionals within the hospitality, travel and tourism industry together, and Reunion Island Tourism Board is set to take centre stage.
The World Travel Market Portfolio facilitated almost $7 billion in travel and tourism industry deals in 2014. The WTM Portfolio consists of the four leading business-to-business travel trade events in the world; World Travel Market; Arabian Travel Market; WTM Latin America; and WTM Africa.
WTM Africa 2015 has signed up a number of new exhibitors from across the continent to cement its position as the event which promotes Africa to the world and brings the world to Africa. WTM Africa 2015 will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from April 15th-17th.
WTM Africa 2015, the leading business to business tourism event in Africa, has been expanded to a three-day event, following the hugely successful inaugural show. WTM Africa launched in spring 2014 as a two-day event in Cape Town and immediately established itself as the leading business-to-business tourism event in Africa.
The inaugural World Travel Market Africa, taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from 2nd – 3rd May 2014 is attracting exhibitors from all categories of the leisure, luxury travel and meetings industries.