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ITB China to co-host 2020 TravelDaily Conference

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Mon, 06/01/2020 - 09:35
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New dates announced for ITB China 2021: 12-14 May

ITB China, the largest B2B exclusive travel trade show in China, will be the co-host of the 2020 TravelDaily Conference, set to take place from 25-27 November 2020 in Shanghai. In order to address the industry's greatest challenges after COVID-19, “Rebuild with Synergy” will be the overarching theme of the event. Since its inauguration in 2008, the TravelDaily Conference, a global leading travel industry event, has been held for thirteen years in a row. The organizers expect around 1,300 delegates, including mid- and high-rank executives of major airlines, hotels groups, OTAs, destination & attractions, tourism boards, travel agencies, air-ticketing agents, cruises and car-rental firms.

Charlie Li, CEO of TravelDaily, said: “Covid-19 has brought the travel world to a standstill and everyone wonders if travel will ever be the same again. Our three-day event will bring together high-ranking attendees from various segments of the tourism sector, presenting the top industry developments, help all attendees explore new business opportunities and be prepared to tackle future challenges after the pandemic.”

New dates for ITB China 2021

ITB China 2020 that was postponed three months ago due to concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic has been rescheduled for next spring. ITB China 2021 will take place from Wednesday to Friday, 12 to 14 May, at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Centre.

“The travel industry depends on face-to-face meetings like no other. We are very much looking forward to co-hosting 2020 TravelDaily Conference in November and welcoming the world in China again in the customary manner at ITB China 2021 in Shanghai next year. Given the success of three editions of ITB China, and given the fact the China travel market is gradually recovering, we believe the participation of the international suppliers to the events will enable them to speed up the pace to opening up the China market”, said David Axiotis, General Manager of ITB China.

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