Mobile technology, easier ways to pay, more low-cost flights and cheaper accommodation are fueling more travel within Africa – but the key to increasing the pace of change is through changing mindsets, delegates at WTM Vision Conference – Cape Town will hear today.
The latest research about Brazil’s vibrant travel market will be unveiled at the WTM Vision Conference – São Paulo next month. The event will provide delegates with crucial industry forecasts, as the country prepares to host this year’s FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Consumers in Russia regard spending on travel and holidays as a top priority, according to exclusive research unveiled this week at the WTM Vision Conference – Moscow.
The latest forecasts for Africa’s rapidly growing travel and tourism industry will be unveiled at the WTM Vision Conference - Cape Town. The WTM Vision Conference – Cape Town, which takes place during the inaugural WTM Africa on Friday 2 May, will also debate the crucial impact of mobile on the tourism industry and showcase the best mobile apps and case studies.
Brazil is entering a hotel building boom, driven by demand for beds not only during the FIFA World Cup 2014 and the Olympics Games in 2016 but also from domestic travellers, reveals new research presented on April 24 2013 at the WTM Vision Conference – São Paulo.
The first WTM Vision Conference – São Paulo has an industry-leading line up to give senior industry delegates the information, insight and opinion to run their businesses.
With the success of WTM Vision Conference in Shanghai in 2012, World Travel Market, the leading global event for the travel industry, will this year be holding WTM Vision Conference – Beijing on Tuesday 8 April 2013.
The second WTM Vision Conference – Moscow has an industry-leading line up to help senior industry delegates run their businesses.
The travel and tourism industry’s longer term prospects are good, delegates were told last week at WTM Vision Conference – Florence.