ITB Asia, Asia’s leading travel trade show, opened its doors at the iconic Marina Bay Sands in Singapore today. Co-located with MICE Show Asia and Travel Tech Asia, the event provides three full days of networking opportunities with international exhibitors, complemented by conference sessions. Guest of Honour Alvin Tan, Minister of State, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Singapore, opened the show together with Melissa Ow, Chief Executive, Singapore Tourism Board and David Ruetz, Senior Vice President, Messe Berlin.
At the recently concluded IT&CM Asia 2023 in Bangkok, the Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) led the Thai Team to secure 405 leads from its three main exhibition pavilions. The number of generated leads adds on to TCEB’s 23 conference-bid win performance concluded at the end of the bureau’s 2023 financial year on 30 September.
The Thailand Pavilion comprises 40 exhibitors and generated 135 leads, a 43.6% increase from 94 leads achieved last year. The leads from Thailand Pavilion – 133 for meetings and incentives (24,532 travellers) and two for conventions (2,200 travellers) – is valued at 1,764 million baht.
The 31st IT&CM Asia and 26th CTW Asia-Pacific 2023 which concluded on 29 September 2023, brought back the in-person event with more buzz on the show floor. Aside from business and knowledge components, this year’s programme featured a wide array of activities, in and outside of booths, including targeted networking and knowledge sessions.
The show welcomed more than 240 new and returning destinations and brands along with more than 400 MICE, Association and Corporate Buyers from over 50 countries/territories, who took advantage of the bountiful procurement and networking opportunities.
In a bid to build up Thailand’s image as a high value-added destination, Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) seeks out opportunities that enable event owners and organisers to tap into high-potential future industries while also making it easier to discover more authentic and localised activities that meet the demands of a new generation of MICE visitors.
On 26 September 2023, IT&CM Asia and CTW Asia-Pacific opens with much fanfare to a packed audience in Bangkok. According to pre-event statistics, a total of 580 exhibitors and 400 buyers are attending this year’s event, the first face-to-face show since the disruption by Covid-19 from 2020.
The 31st IT&CM Asia and 26th CTW Asia-Pacific 2023 is having an exciting line-up of conference and seminar sessions for all their participants. TTG Events, the event organiser, has curated the programme to provide an enriching experience for all its exhibitors, buyers and delegates.
ITB Asia announced its top exhibitors for the 16th edition of the show, to be taking place from 25 to 27 October 2023 in Singapore. Co-located with MICE Show Asia and Travel Tech Asia, this year's event promises three full days of networking opportunities with international exhibitors, complemented by insightful conference sessions at the iconic Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
IT&CM Asia and CTW Asia-Pacific is expecting new and returning destinations and brands, along with MICE, Association and Corporate Buyers from over 50 countries and territories in Bangkok, Thailand, from 26-28 September this year. More than 1,000 delegates will be attending the the three-day event. This year's show will feature a series of networking and education sessions designed to engage delegates, some of which are detailed below.
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