IFEMA MADRID made a strong comeback in the six months since the health crisis reached its pinnacle. In the first six months of the year, it accelerated its operations to pre-pandemic levels, achieving a record turnover in the first half of of this year.
After the long months of the pandemic, IFEMA MADRID is spearheading the return of in-person national and international congresses. More than 20,000 professionals from all over the world are expected to attend the twelve congresses to take place on the IFEMA MADRID Trade Fair Facilities and at the Palacio Municipal.
The International Tourism Fair FITUR 2022 will hold its 42nd edition from the January 19-23, taking a step forward, aware of the need for tourism to be reinstated in its leadership as engine for economic and social development, within a key context of worldwide recovery after the pandemic.
FiturNext, the FITUR Observatory dedicated to promoting good tourism practices in terms of sustainability, sponsored by Mastercard, recently unveiled the three winning initiatives of the 2022 Challenge.
FITUR 2022, to be held from January 19-23, will be a strategic event in the drive to boost the global tourism market and offer the entire tourism industry value chain a scenario for the sector’s recovery and growth at both business and international level.
FITUR 2022 will be held from January 19 to 23, organised by IFEMA MADRID, under the slogan ‘Embracing the World,’ and will feature the Dominican Republic as a FITUR partner country.
The president of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, and Eduardo López-Puertas, director feneral of IFEMA MADRID, announced their promotional plans for FITUR 2022 at a recent press conference in the Dominican Republic.
FITUR 2021 'Strategic edition for tourism recovery' will feature a new digital tool aimed at expanding opportunities for networking and sharing information among professionals within the value chain of the international tourism industry.
FITUR 2021, in its special Tourism is back edition, will be held from the May 19 - 23, at Feria de Madrid and with in-person format, with the challenge of being a turning-point and to contribute to the recovery of the tourism industry.
Over 20 tourism companies will participate at the Costa Rica stand in the upcoming edition of FITUR, as confirmed by the Costa Rican minister of rourism, Gustavo Segura Sancho.