Virtual travel trade show ITB Asia 2021, which for the first time spanned an entire week, recorded 42,100 business meetings and exchanges, representing an increase of 31 percent from the virtual event in 2020. ITB Asia 2021 hosted over 900 buyers and 400 sponsors & exhibitors from around the world. The next ITB Asia will be held as in-person event in Singapore from 19-21 October 2022.
With the virtual format of the trade show, over 250 sessions have been made available on-demand for all registered delegates to view and watch again till 28 November 2021.
The following is an overview of a selection of sessions and speakers from the past conference:
Sessions led by MICE profiles
Sessions led by Corporate Travel profiles
Sessions led by Accommodation and Hotels profiles
Sessions led by Travel Technology profiles
Sessions led by Tours, Activities & Attractions profiles
The agenda of conferences and the networking sessions this year were supported by global companies and destinations, including Best Western Hotels & Resorts, Busan Tourism Organisation, Business Events Perth, Danang Center for Tourism Promotion, Department of Information and Tourism,Taipei City Government, Far East Hospitality, Frasers Hospitality, Goyang Convention Bureau, Gyeonggi Tourism Organisation, Jeju Convention Bureau, Leningrad Region, Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Bureau, Madhya Pradesh Tourism Organisation, Melbourne Convention Bureau, Melia Hotels Group, St. Petersburg Convention Bureau, United Airlines, Worldhotels Collection, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and Yokohama Convention Bureau.
Next year’s edition of ITB Asia is scheduled to take place as an in-person event in Singapore from 19-21 October 2022. Stand registration for ITB Asia 2022 is available through this link. For more information on ITB Asia 2022, the sales brochure can be downloaded here (PDF).