New to Travel Marketing

July 11, 2019 | UK

New to Travel Marketing is designed for those who are new to the travel industry or new to their marketing roles, ABTA’s newly updated practical training day will provide insight and guidance on the key areas of travel marketing and brand development. Get an introduction to the latest consumer trends impacting marketing techniques and take away top tips and practical marketing guidance that can be applied across the entire customer journey, whatever the size of your company.


Travel & Tourism is important and often overlooked
the export sector that makes a significant direct contribution to jobs and global trade, spreading its value widely across the world.


BC Tourism & Hospitality Conference 2022

March 9-11, 2022 | Canada

The Tourism Industry Association of BC and the BC Hotel Association are excited to bring you the second-annual BC Tourism & Hospitality Conference.The 2022 conference will now be taking place in Richmond, BC from March 9 - 11, 2022.In recognizing the importance of collaboration and partnership in the face of challenges over the past two years, the BC Hotel Association and the Tourism Industry Association of BC have come together to put on the second-annual BC Tourism & Hospitality Conference.

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.


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.

HVS MexHIC 2022

February 17, 2022 | Mexico

The last year has presented complex challenges for our industry. Hotel owners and operators were pressed to focus on safe conditions for their teams and guests. We saw a significant portions of Mexico’s economy come to a halt and, with it, the temporary shutdown of much of the country’s hotel inventory. We also observed the industry’s rapid reaction, creating conditions that might allow for property openings as local conditions allowed. And, of course, we remained close to hotel owners, investors and financial institutions as they evaluated measures that might lighten the financial burden of assets, thereby allowing a period of transition to the beginning of a recovery period that is gradually gaining strength.