As one of the most popular shows in the event calendar ATTA® will once again be providing members with the opportuinty to join the stand at ITB Berlin 2024 - the Worlds Leading Travel Trade Show®. Space is limited and we have historically sold out very quickly and we expect 2024 to be no different so please don't delay in securing your spot.
2023 saw around 5,500 exhibitors from 161 countries exhibiting attracting over 90,000 trade visitors from 180 countries and 2024 will undoubtedly grow in size.
Personal connections drive the travel business. Amidst economic challenges and the pandemic, personal interactions emerged as vital. ITB Berlin 2023's exclusive focus on Business-to-Business (B2B) interactions showcased the importance of face-to-face networking in the industry's resurgence. With 24,000 convention attendees and a thriving ITB Buyers' Circle of 1,300 buyers, the event emphasized a 70% increase in international participation.
Located prominently in the Africa halls, the ATTA® stand at any trade show becomes a focal point for the trade to meet and ITB Berlin promises to be no different. Members are able to secure a worstation on the stand and have an exhibitor profile with access to the show diaries to make your appointments. Included in the exhibitor package will be:
- Workstation with cupboard & 3 exhibitor chairs
- Power point for laptop charging
- Branded panel for custom artwork / logo
- Company name
- 1 x exhibitor badge
- Access to the ITB Berlin Exhibitor Portal & Diary System
- Stand storage (small items only / no overnight storage)
- Tea & Coffee
Additional exhibitor badges are available at an extra cost. It is important to note that there will not be space at your workstation, to hold two concurrent meetings, so please take into account the number of chairs needed when scheduling your meetings with the buyers.
Desks are allocated on a first paid basis and to confirm your participation full payment is required.
|Mr Rajan Bhandari||Ashnil Hotels & Surana Luxury|
|Mr Jake Bishop||Hodi Hodi Tanzania|
|Ms Sally Cooper||Gibb's Farm|
|Mr Clyde Edwards||Lord Charles Hotel|
|Mr James Haigh||Lemala Camps and Lodges|
|Ms Garth Jenman||Hideaways Africa|
|Mrs Judith Lagat||Cheli & Peacock Safaris LTD|
|Samantha Lincesso||Tsara Komba|
|Mr Peter John Massyn||RETURN Africa Pty Ltd|
|Mrs Belinda McIntyre||Hemingways Collection|
|Alex Millar||Governors' Camp Collection|
|Catherine Millington||Wayo Africa|
|Mrs Charlie Morison||Green Travel Marketing|
|Salome Mutai||Sopa Lodges|
|Mrs BANCY NJERU||PRIMATE TOURS|
|Mrs Naima Palermo||Shah Tours|
|Mrs Lin Maré Reeves Williams||Lalibela Game Reserve|
|Dani Rose||Zambian Ground Handlers|
|Ms Lisa Schmidt||Zambezi Queen Collection|
|Mr Uday Sodha||Sanctuary Retreats|
|Bron Taylor||Time + Tide|
|Mr Monet Tiran||Soroi Collection|
|Mrs Victoria Troskie||Wild Expeditions Africa|
|Mr Alex Walters||Great Plains Conservation|
|Mr. Fredrick Wambua||Elewana Collection|
ITB Berlin "We are open for change"
ITB Berlin 2023 clearly showed that the tourism industry is ready for change. "Business as usual“ is no longer an option and growth is only possible in harmony with all aspects of sustainability.