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World Travel Market 2019- Republic of Ireland Industry

Great Britain

Activity Type

Trade activities

Suitable for

Accommodation groups and associations, Air and Sea carriers, Attraction groups and associations, Transport - Car hire & Coach hire, Dining and entertainment, Golf, Individual accommodation properties, Individual attractions, Market tour operators, Tourism networks, Guided tours

Date

From: 04/11/2019 To: 06/11/2019

For more info

Juno Thompson Tourism Ireland GB

In 2018, WTM attracted an impressive 51,500 visitors through its doors at Excel, retaining its position as the largest and most important travel trade show in the world.

In 2019, the event will take place once again at Excel, London from the 4th – 6th November. The event will allow you to meet with key industry professionals over a concentrated period. The Ireland stand continues to be one of the busiest stands at the event with a lot of business being contracted at the show.
Joining the Ireland stand at WTM allows you to deepen existing business relations and acquire new ones through networking. To fully benefit from WTM, partners are urged to make full use of the WTM online booking system and set up appointments in advance. If you are a new business and do not have travel trade contacts and a full set of appointments, we strongly recommend you take an outside desk to meet with potential new business.

Registration date and costs are
TBC

For 2019, Tourism Ireland will only be issuing exhibitor badges to paying stand partners at WTM. Additional badges and visitor badges will need to be sourced at own cost via WTM organiser or badge printing stations during event.
Hours of business are 10am-6pm.


Please note bookings from Republic of Ireland Industry must be directed/secured with Failte Ireland via the trade portal website.
Please note this opportunity is to be confirmed once Tourism Ireland market plans have been finalised

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