Leading market players paved the way at ITB India for a recovery and new opportunities in the travel industry
Virtual ITB India 2022 comes to a close
April 7, 2022
Leading representatives of the travel industry and international exhibitors this week attended a virtual gathering of ITB India, MICE Show India and Travel Tech India, which from 5 to 7 April took place at ITB Community in Asia (ITB Community). The three-day ITB India Conference featured close to 100 online lectures with over 80 industry experts. Leading market players and industry heavyweights including Agoda, Airbnb, Booking.com, FCM Travel, GIATA, HRS Group, Tourism Australia, Tripadvisor, Uber, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and many others talked about key travel and tourism topics and offered valuable insights and perspectives on shaping corporate strategies and measures.
Katrina Leung, managing director of Messe Berlin (Singapore), the organiser of ITB India, MICE Show India and Travel Tech India, said: "Our 3-in-1 trade show came to a successful conclusion today and presented the views of leading industry experts and the most relevant topics in practically every corner of the world. The virtual show was a big success, and we are looking forward to the in-person event next year, when ITB India 2023 in Mumbai will finally make it possible to hold longed-for personal encounters and business meetings and to network again."
Parallel with the ITB India Conference, many international exhibitors such as destinations, hotel chains and tech companies made use of the virtual format to present their products and services. Leading exhibitors including Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER), Business Events Perth, Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus, GIATA, Melia Hotels International, the Spanish National Tourist Board in India, the Radisson Blu Hoi An, the Royal Commission for AlUla, the Sarawak Tourism Board, Tourism New Zealand, Turismo de Portugal and many others presented their services to a large online audience.
For registered users, all event sessions are available as videos on demand until 6 May.