ATM 2022: Trade visitors, exhibitors to benefit from thought leadership and executive-level connections

ATM 2022 will feature a broad selection of show highlights, including ATM buyer forums and speed networking events.

Dubai is all set to play host to Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in May.

ATM 2022 will be held at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) from May 9 to May 12. The event will feature a broad selection of show highlights, including ATM buyer forums and speed networking events.

Atm 2022
ATM 2022 will feature a broad selection of show highlights for buyers and sellers.

Danielle Curtis, Exhibition Director ME, Arabian Travel Market, stated that ATM 2022 will benefit both exhibitors and attendees by offering improved alignment with international markets. She said that the travel market looks forward to welcoming the global travel and tourism community to the UAE.

Now in its 29th year and working in collaboration with the DWTC and Dubai’s Department of Economy and Tourism (DET), ATM 2022 will feature a broad selection of show highlights.

Travel Forward, the global event for travel technology, will shine a spotlight on the next-generation innovations for tourism and hospitality.

The dedicated ARIVALDubai@ATM forum will cover current and future trends for tour operators and attractions, focusing on growing business through marketing, technology, distribution, thought leadership, and executive-level connections.

GBTA, the business travel and meetings trade organisation, will deliver the latest business travel content, research, and education to help drive the sector’s ongoing recovery and support growth in business travel.

ATM will also play an integral role in the Arabian Travel Week (9-19 May), a festival of events dedicated to enabling travel professionals from all over the world to collaborate and shape the recovery of the Middle East travel industry through exhibitions, conferences, breakfast briefings, awards, product launches and networking events.

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