Whether your company is a tour operator, travel agency or specialist travel service provider, MITT is THE event for you to successfully promote your services to over 37,000 Russian travel industry buyers.
Held annually, UITT is Ukraine’s largest travel and tourism exhibition. Over 350 international companies converge to promote their products and services to the Ukrainian outbound market.
The event welcomes both trade and consumer visitors, with specific ‘trade only’ days.
AITF is Azerbaijan’s main travel and tourism exhibition. The event has been held for the past 12 years and annually displays Azerbaijan’s tourism potential in a vibrant presentation of destinations and companies. For international travel companies, the event provides an ideal platform to promote to the Azerbaijan outbound travel market.
KITF, Kazakhstan’s International Travel and Tourism Exhibition was launched in 2001 and is now one of the leading travel events for inbound and outbound tourism in Kazakhstan. Participants have the opportunity to network, assess and conduct business with over 5,600 travel industry contacts.
Siberia’s International Travel and Tourism Exhibition was established in 1989 and is now one of the leading travel events for inbound and outbound tourism in Siberia.
An excess of 200 travel companies will exhibit to network and conclude business with over 2,500 industry contacts.
Held annually in Kazakhstan’s capital city, Astana Leisure is the country’s autumn travel and tourism exhibition. The event is now a leading travel event for inbound and outbound tourism in Kazakhstan.
The event is organised jointly with the Ministry of Industry and New Technologies of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Not only is India a popular destination, outbound tourism flow is growing. 15 million Indians annually travel overseas and this is set to increase to 50 million by 2020. The IITT exhibition serves as a successful platform to meet and conduct business with thousands ofIndia’s travel representatives in Mumbai.