The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) announces its 2021 European Conference, in partnership with VDR. The joint European Conference which will take place this year in Wiesbaden, 13-15 October, bringing together the industry from across Europe and beyond.
The event will convene public and private sector leaders and provide the platform for the sectors global recovery
The Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI) is thrilled to announce its schedule of virtual experiences and in-person events for 2021. HSMAI will begin the year with virtual experiences and transition to in-person events as it becomes safe to gather physically. Our slate of 2021 virtual and in-person experiences are designed to support hospitality sales, marketing, and revenue optimization professionals through industry recovery.
The 2021 AAHOA Convention & Trade Show is being rescheduled to August 3-6. It will still be held in Dallas, Texas, at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas (KBHCCD).
Preparations are already underway for the 2021 slate of events hosted by Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP®), including the HFTP Annual Convention. An important part of the planning process is reaching out to industry experts for their valuable topic ideas that can be presented to event attendees as part of a dynamic, comprehensive educational program.
Holograms, virtual stages or augmented reality: as a leader in the digitalisation of the hotel industry, Meliá continues to provide the best technology solutions to transform the experience of business travellers in the post-Covid19 age
The event will be held virtually with 12 straight hours of live, data-driven presentations and panels, kicking off in the Asia Pacific region then 'following the sun' with stops in the Middle East, Europe and Central/South America before closing in North America. Attendees also will be able to access a library of pre-recorded content for on-demand viewing.
Managing risks instead of eliminating them Laying the groundwork for re-inventing and rebuilding the industry Global travel behaviour will not be the same COVID-19 has accelerated digitalisation, while increasing the need for health safety measures Hygiene concepts are making trade shows possible
An ITB Virtual Convention on November 19 brought together four industry thought-leaders to discuss solutions for a key issue plaguing the travel and tourism industries: trust.
Event took place on the island of La Palma with global leaders from the public and private sector from more than 95 countries and 100 businesses who committed to the recovery of the sector – The La Palma Declaration commits to the adoption of international protocols for testing on departure, tour corridors and contact tracing event – It also includes the adoption of new tools to facilitate and stimulate travels, such as offering flexibility for bookings, payment terms or higher value products – The Prime Minister of Spain said restarting international travel safely is the priority