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As the second most important economic engine of Madrid, IFEMA is renowned for its capacity to boost employment and wealth. It is getting ready to start working at full capacity after a year of forced inactivity apart from some virtual events, and some hybrid meetings, such as the MBFWMadrid fashion show. That is according to José Vicente de los Mozos, president of the Executive Committee of IFEMA and Eduardo López-Puertas, the managing director of IFEMA, during a recent presentation.

IFEMA is working on a very special edition of the International Tourism Fair, FITUR 2021, with the challenge to set a turning point and contribute to the recovery of the tourism industry. An edition that is adapting to the current context and to the needs of companies, countries and destinations that, with their support and participation, support FITUR as a platform for reviving the tourism industry. 

FITUR 2021, a leading event for the tourism industry organised by IFEMA, which exceptionally this year will be held from May 19-23 at Feria de Madrid. Its FITUR MICE section is the leading event for professionals in the fields of tourism for meetings, incentives, conferences and events.  

The next edition of the International Tourism Fair, FITUR 2021, will be held from the May 19-23, as agreed by IFEMA and the FITUR organising committee.

The International Tourism Trade Fair FITUR 2020, celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, closed its doors with an excellent set of results.

FITUR, the International Tourism Trade Fair, organised by IFEMA will take place at Feria de Madrid from January 22 - 26, and will have a new platform to enhance Africa’s presence at the Fair. This is FITUR MEET AFRICA, a tool for scheduling meetings, discovering Africa’s tourism offering and for networking with industry professionals attending FITUR.

During its next edition the international trade fair will launch FITUR TALENT, a new monographic area that will highlight people, their talent, skills and professional qualification.

With a focus on specialisation, business and professionalisation, the next edition of FITUR, the International Tourism Fair organised by IFEMA, on January 22 – 26, 2020, at Feria de Madrid, presents its strongly enhanced B2B meeting programmes.

From January 22 -26, 2020, international focus will again be on Madrid thanks to FITUR, the global meeting point for tourism professionals, organised by IFEMA, which will hold one of its most updated and dynamic editions, coinciding with its 40th anniversary.

The upcoming edition of the International Tourism Fair, FITUR 2019, will present the Dominican Republic as a partner country, a destination that has continued to grow in recent years and which is currently a tourism leader in the Caribbean, with 6,2 million international tourists arriving in 2017, according to the Dominican Republic Central Bank.