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Savvas Perdios, deputy minister of tourism, Cyprus with his team successfully completed the World Travel Market (WTM) exhibition which took place November 04 - 06 November in London.

With Expo 2020 on the horizon and the Middle East continuing to represent high growth potential for the travel industry, delegates from the region are heading to WTM London 2019, taking place November 04 – 06, looking to achieve an even greater share of the multi-billion-dollar international travel market.

Arabian Travel Market (ATM), part of the World Travel Marke (WTM) portfolio, has boosted its executive team with the appointment of a new portfolio director, who has over 25 years of experience within the travel trade and hospitality industry.

The 2018 edition of World Travel Market (WTM) saw the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) continue its operational focus on investing in innovation and digital advances for a tourism sector that can deliver opportunities for all. UNWTO co-hosted a Ministerial Summit and launched a white paper on the relationship between music and tourism at the UK tourism trade fair on November 06 - 07.

Organisers of WTM London 2017 announced that they expect the event will have generated travel and tourism industry deals worth a record GBP3.1 billion (USD 4.4 million).

Much like other successful tourist regions such as Southern California and Western Australia, South Africa’s Western Cape is among the world’s most water-scarce areas.

World Travel Market has published four ways as to how the luxury travel industry can better appeal to the Middle East millennial market.

Hotelbeds has announced their plan to increase the number of directly contracted hotels available across its bedbank platform.

In the upcoming World Travel Market (WTM) which will be held on November 06 — 08, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and World Travel Market Ministers’ Summit will discuss the overtourism phenomenon and the impact it is having on tourists, destinations and local residents, while also looking for solutions to help minimise the problem.