ITE attracts tourism stakeholders

August 11, 2017 by  
Filed under Events, News

HO CHI MINH CITY, 11 August 2017: Global tourism stakeholders will convene at Vietnam’s largest international travel expo, 7 to 9 September, for the 13th ITE HCMC trade show.

Organisers anticipate “thousands of tourism businesses” hotels and tour operators will convene at the International Travel Expo Ho Chi Minh City (ITE HCMC) 2017 to be hosted at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Centre (SECC).

Now approaching  its 13th edition, ITE HCMC 2017 will provide a marketing opportunity and a business networking backdrop for participants to build brand equity and expand their business reach.

Hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of regional and local tourism stakeholders have registered to attend a show that takes the lead promoting travel to and within the Mekong region.

All the member countries of the GMS (Greater Mekong Subregion) — Cambodia, China PRC, Lao PDR. Myanmar, Thailand and ITE host, Vietnam — will have strong representation at the show this year.

During 7 to 8 September the event will be only for travel trade professionals to engage in B2B discussions and make appointments to develop new travel itineraries for the Mekong region.

On the final day, 9 September, the event  will open to travel consumers as well as trade visitors.

Exhibition Details:

Dates: 7 and 8 September

(for trade visitors only – business cards required upon registration)

9 September

(for both trade and public visitors)

Venue: Saigon Exhibition & Convention Centre (SECC)

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