International Conference on Marketing, Tourism & Hospitality

August 9-11, 2019 | Hong Kong

Tourism offers two important benefits to an economy. Firstly, it generates both income and jobs in a country. Undoubtedly, these two aspects are absolutely necessary to place a nation on growth trajectory, particularly, where many tourist attractions are available. Greater growth and welfare is assured with proper channelization of investments into these important sectors.

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We regulate certain key facilities and services to get people and cargo on and off aeroplanes at New Zealand’s three major airports.


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WiT Japan & North Asia 2022

January 14-15, 2022 | Japan

How are the global travel brands which had to largely retreat on cross-border travel in Asia Pacific coming out of the pandemic, and how have they taken the opportunity to dig deeper into local markets to come out stronger?When will Asia Pacific’s second largest outbound market get back on its feet? And when it does, what will happen? Who will grab the spoils of recovery.

INDIANA TOURISM CONFERENCE 2022

March 14-16, 2022 | USA

Advocating the value of tourism in Indiana's economy and supporting the best practices of its member organizations, to know more Join the conference.

Hybrid conference: Delivering Sustainable Travel

January 26, 2022 | UK

ABTA’s Delivering Sustainable Travel conference returns for 2022. This hybrid event is designed for travel and tourism providers based in the UK or overseas, who are committed to making travel more sustainable. Attend in person in central London or participate online via a custom built platform.The conference will provide travel businesses of all sizes with actionable guidance and advice on how take action to deliver sustainable practices across your organisation. Travel agents, tour operators and wider industry are welcome to attend.

Future Travel Experience Global 2021 Expo

December 7-11, 2021 | USA

Future Travel Experience Global 2021 is an independent global forum that brings together airlines, airports, government agencies, vendors, start-ups, terminal designers, architects, ground handlers, destination partners and various other travel industry stakeholders to define tomorrow’s end-to-end passenger experience and business performance opportunities. In addition, to keep the show moving forward we are introducing a brand-new hybrid event concept, which will transform the show into FTE Global+, powered by in-person participation onsite in Las Vegas and complemented by pre and post event online resources to further amplify its reach. Through a comprehensive set of conferences, the exhibition and a unique networking agenda, FTE Global+ 2021 will deliver the ideas, insights and inspiration that all stakeholders need to benchmark their plans against those of their peers around the world, and future proof their strategies