#WTM2022 – The most important travel event yet?

(Posted 28th September 2022)

For the first time at WTM London…

Hello ATCNews Readers and WTM visitors,

We are thrilled to announce, headline speaker, Steven Bartlett who will be joining us for a Fireside Chat at World Travel Market London.

Steven is a renowned entrepreneur, speaker, investor, ‘The Diary of a CEO’ podcast host and BBC’s Dragon’s Den television personality!Steven will share his experiences from his rapid rise to fame, also how he has disrupted the way global brands promote to the future generations, and how this could feed into the Future of Travel.

We guarantee you’ll walk away with inspiration to support your professional goals.

Brace yourself for more:

World Travel Market London will once again prove that the sky is the limit, quite literally. For the first time, the show will be digging into space tourism! 

Will Whitehorn, Former President at Virgin Galactic, currently the President at UKspace will deliver an unmissable keynote – and no, this is not a sci-fi movie!

Next, we are excited to welcome Simon Calder, Travel Editor at The Independent back to WTM London 2022 to talk about the industry and where it’s headed

Plus, did we mention that Visit IcelandThe Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, and Saudi Tourism Authority are amongst the thousands of exhibitors coming to World Travel Market London 2022If you’ve never visited before, you can expect opportunities for profitable business deals, powerful networking plus three days of expert insights at our insightful conference sessions.

This is the show that will bring together the industry and really determine the direction in which it is headed.
Be part of the conversation. See you in November!

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More industry insights!

Find out how diverse and inclusive our industry is by attending “Our world is diverse but how diverse and inclusive are our businesses.”

Further, want to know how destination marketing can help get the industry back on track?

Find the answer at “Destination Marketing: How can we get the industry back on track.”

Finally, attend The Ministers’ Summit 2022 to learn what should the tourism sector of tomorrow look like and how can we get there.

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