ITB Berlin on the lookout for innovations: ITB Berlin eTravel Stage 2024 and ITB Innovation Radar 2024 call for papers
ITB Berlin traditionally lays a strong emphasis on latest trends and solutions in the travel industry. ITB Berlin 2024, taking place at Messe Berlin on 5 - 7 March is no exception. ITB eTravel Stage brings together keynote speeches, use cases, best and worst practices, and expert panelists for panel discussions on trends and developments in travel technology and digital transformation in the travel industry.
ITB Berlin eTravel Stage 2024 – call for papers
ITB Berlin eTravel Stage 2024 is a part of ITB Berlin Convention, which will run along the ITB Berlin trade show. The participants will be able to present their ideas to the expert audience in the live sessions. This includes the travel industry executives, decision makers in diverse fields ranging from eCommerce to Sales, international industry professionals, trade media and bloggers, as well as young professionals and students.´
Travel technology & sustainability, AI and web3, digital marketing and social media, cyber security and payments are just a few of the topics eTravel Stage will be focusing on. The final selection of papers to take part in eTravel Stage will be carried out by a board of industry experts and ITB Berlin Convention team. The application deadline is 31 October 2023.
Full information about ITB Berlin eTravel Stage 2024 call for papers, including the application process and the selection criteria, can be found here.
About ITB Berlin and the ITB Berlin Convention
ITB Berlin 2024 will take place from Tuesday, 5 to Thursday, 7 March. Since 1966, ITB Berlin has been the World’s Leading Travel Trade Show. As in previous years, the internationally acclaimed ITB Berlin Convention will take place parallel with the show as a live event on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds. At ITB Berlin 2023 around 5,500 exhibitors from 161 countries displayed their products and services to over 90,000 visitors. In 2023, under the heading ’Mastering Transformation’, the ITB Berlin Convention took place as a live event with a total of 24,000 attendees who took part in 200 sessions with 400 leading speakers. Additional information is available at www.itb.com and from the ITB Newsroom & Social Media.