WTTC is focused on the ways that the world is changing, and how this will initiate a change in how we travel, and how the tourism sector operates.
A citywide culinary extravaganza designed to cement Dubai’s position as the gastronomy capital of the region, the event will present an array of delicious offerings.
Guests can expect even more flair at Expo 2020 as the event names L’Oréal as its official beauty products and services partner. L’Oréal is renowned the world over for its best-selling cosmetics and fragrances and the international talent it works with.
Reed Travel Exhibitions has launched Exceptional Experiences, a two-day conference and ideas showcase dedicated to experiential marketing and live events.
Travellers from across the globe representing all generations now have a common interest in activities and experiences that are now influencing, indeed in many cases driving, their travel decisions.
The conference is set to be the catalyst for some of the exciting new partnerships and decisions that will shape the aviation industry in the Americas into the new decade.
Emirates is taking its partnership with Expo 2020 Dubai to new heights and educating festival goers about its involvement with the show during the Emirates Airline Festival of Literature.
Saint Lucia Tourism Authority has announced the official dates and artist line-up for the 2020 Saint Lucia Jazz Festival. The event is produced in collaboration with Jazz at Lincoln Centre, with an unveiling earlier in New York.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai, and sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of Abu Dhabi, have inaugurated Al Wasl Plaza, the heart of the Expo 2020 Dubai site.
The all-new Dubai Exhibition Centre is set to open on October 20th this year as a focal point of Expo 2020. Operated by the Dubai World Trade Centre, the new facility will become a new 45,000 square metre space from which to host conferences and other events.
The financial resources that had been set aside for the WTTC event will instead be focused on impactful, consumer-facing campaigns, the organisation confirmed.
GCC tourists to Egypt will spend $2.36 billion in 2020, an increase of 11 per cent over 2019, with visitors from Saudi Arabia driving this growth. That is according to new data published ahead of Arabian Travel Market.