National Tourism Organisations (NTOs) present at the show are Azerbaijan Tourism Board, Japan National Tourism Organisation, Maldives Marketing Tourism Promotion, Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia, Saudi Tourism Authority, Singapore Tourism Board, Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), Tourism Promotions Board Philippines and Visit Scotland.
Other key Tourism Organisations include Busan Tourism Organisation, Business Events Perth, Jeju Convention & Visitors Bureau, Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation, Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board, Penang Global Tourism, Sabah Tourism Board, Saint Petersburg Convention Bureau, Sapporo Convention Bureau, Sarawak Tourism Board, Shibuya Convention Bureau, Suruga Marketing & Tourism Bureau, Visit Iseshima Bureau, Yokohama Convention & Visitors Bureau and Zagreb Tourist Board.
Also ITB Asia has announced two Elite Partners for the first time. Berlin Brandenburg Airport and Saudi Tourism Authority will be represented at ITB Asia 2021 Virtual with several sessions including live webinars exclusively curated for the Asian travel trade market and a welcome speech. Digital visitors will be able to connect with the partners via live chat functions during their sessions.
As the tourism industry shows signs of recovery, the event sees increasing uptake of travel trade buyer registrations. Asia’s largest travel trade show expects over 900 buyers for the 5 days all-virtual show co-located with MICE Show Asia and Travel Tech Asia.
Among this year’s exhibiting hotels are Best Western Hotels & Resorts Asia, Far East Hospitality, Frasers Hospitality, Meliá Hotels International, Park Hotel Group, WorldHotels Collection, Worldwide Hotels and Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.
The latest exhibitor list can be found here.