What’s On The Program At WTM London
WTM London has just released a sneak preview of some of the key live events that will take place on the WTM Global Stage at ExCeL London from Nov. 1 and Nov. 3, 2021.
The must-read, official WTM London Industry Report will be revealed and will provide delegates with inside information on what the industry and UK holidaymakers are thinking about, what’s important to them and where they want to travel next year and beyond.
Market research company, Euromonitor International will reveal its new Innovation report, an annual highlight for all visitor types to learn from and enjoy.
Aviation sessions, organized by WTM’s aviation expert, John Strickland will take-off on the Global Stage.
“WTM’s BIG Airline Session” will focus on the state of play, the challenges and the outlook for the sector which is still in deep crisis due to the COVID pandemic.
The airline CEO interview takes place straight after, with leading industry executives discussing how they are managing the crisis; how they are helping customer confidence return and their vision for the future.
Two key destinations will take centre stage at WTM with the WTM China Forum organized by China Travel Online, looking at China’s recovery and reopening, market trends and key factors to attract Chinese visitors.
It will be followed by two sessions on up and coming destination Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia’s Tourism Vision and Saudi Giga Projects Put Sustainability First.
A fundamental part of WTM London will be the well respected and highly anticipated Responsible Tourism session and Awards.
The travel industry has never had a better opportunity to embrace a sustainable future, so these sessions could not come at a better time and are certainly ones not to be missed.
The UNWTO, WTTC & WTM Ministers’ Summit will return for 2021. Entitled – Investing in Tourism’s Sustainable Future, the Summit will unite tourism ministers, sector leaders and top thinkers and examine tourism’s sustainable future and the essential role targeted ‘green investments’ will play in achieving this.
An afternoon will be dedicated to: Winning customers and making money in travel in 2022; and it will feature separate sessions organized by Travel Perspective, and will look at how broken business models can be fixed and the future of advertising.
Other key topics and unmissable sessions around Travel Agents, Brexit and the future of the travel industry workforce will also take place to round-off the three days of top quality content.
Charlotte Alderslade, Conference and Seminar Manager, WTM Portfolio, pointed out that: “With pent-up demand for 2022, it’s crucial to ensure travel providers and destinations are one step ahead when it comes to planning for the future, so this year we have a real an emphasis on research, trends and the future of travel.”
Aldersalde continued: “We’re extremely excited to reunite with the industry as well as welcoming some top CEO’s and C-level speakers to our sessions, with the likes of ABTA, Expedia, TUI and BBC already on-board for 2021. WTM London is the ideal platform to present this thought provoking and top quality educational content to help get destinations and companies back on track.”
Go to http://london.wtm.com/ for more.