The in-person edition of ITB Berlin 2022 will not take place as originally planned. Owing to the latest developments and accompanying directives as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Messe Berlin is unable to afford its exhibitors and partners the necessary planning certainty with the holding of an in-person ITB Berlin in early March.
European outbound travel grew by five percent during the first eight months of the year, and the outlook for 2019 is also positive. Further growth can be expected according to the World Travel Monitor conducted by IPK International and commissioned by ITB Berlin.
Trade fair company and exhibition grounds Messe Berlin aims to launch a new B2B marketing platform for the electronic supply industry with the introduction of Mobility Electronics Suppliers Expo (MES) in 2019.
With an expected attendee number of 15,000, more than 700 exhibitors from 80 countries and around 800 buyers, China’s three-day B2B travel trade show, ITB China, is showing significant growth after its premiere.