With only three months to go until FITUR Tourism Recovery Special, it says there has already been a tremendously positive business response to the FITUR MICE section, the B2B meeting point for the supply and demand of meetings, conferences and congress tourism and business travel. This response testifies to the need to renew contacts, find business opportunities and boost business activity in this vital segment for tourism and countries’ economies.
The FITUR “Tourism Recovery Special” is moving forward as it organizes content, providing spaces for sharing knowledge and new tools to help the tourism industry’s recovery. This year’s fair will take place on special dates, May 19-23 at Feria de Madrid. A good example of this new strategy is its renewed commitment to FITUR TALENT, a special-interest space focusing on people and on their potential, talent, skills and professional training as the cornerstones of growth for tourism companies.
IFEMA is working on a "very special edition" of the International Tourism Fair, FITUR 2021, with the challenge to set a turning point and contribute to the recovery of the tourism industry. In the upcoming fair, FITUR aims to adapt to the current context and to the needs of companies, countries and destinations that will lead to the revival of the tourism industry.
Mexico’s minister of tourism, Miguel Torruco Marqués, and the governor of the state of Yucatán, Mauricio Vila Dosal, after analyzing the development of the current situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and attending to the responsibility of governments to ensure the health of all those involved, have decided to schedule Tianguis Turístico México, which will take place in Merida as an onsite event, from September 26 to 29, 2021.
IFEMA (Fair Institution of Madrid) and the Instituto Tecnológico Hotelero (ITH) have announced they continue to strengthen connections to create areas of innovation, technology and knowledge for the tourism sector within the framework of the next International Tourism Fair, FITUR, to be held May 19 - 23, 2021, at Feria de Madrid.
The next edition of the International Tourism Fair, FITUR 2021, will be held from the May 19 to 23 next year, as agreed by IFEMA and the FITUR Organizing Committee. This comes after a meditated decision that, exceptionally, makes this event essential to the recovery of the tourism industry, at a time that will still preserve its high international impact and thus, promote the professional reunion of companies, countries and destinations and provide a much-needed boost to the worldwide tourism activity.
IFEMA (Fair Institution of Madrid) has announced details on FITUR 2021 (International Tourism Trade Fair), an annual event that brings together professionals from the meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) tourism industry. The event will celebrate its 41st edition from January 20 to 24, 2021, at Feria de Madrid, and offers among its varied content a strategic area that is a meeting point for the specialized offer and demand in this segment, which is key to boosting the tourism industry worldwide.