Aruba Annual Tourism Conference brings a look at the future of the sector
The event will be held on August 24 and 25, 2021 virtually
The Aruba Annual Tourism Conference for the Latin American market is one of the most important tourism showcases in the Caribbean. This will be the thirty-first edition, the second to be held virtually, and the central theme will be "A look at the tourism of the future."
The conference will be held on August 24 and 25, 2021. Tour operators, airlines, OTAs, travel agents, press, influencers and the general public from all over Latin America may participate.
”The Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA) developed virtual CATA seeking to maintain and simulate the conference that was held in person on Happy Island. In this way, the relationships with our business partners would be maintained and strengthened and, in turn, ATA could expand the public to present Aruba, activities, accommodations and its culture ”, explained Miriam Dabian, director for Latin America of the Aruba Tourism Authority (ATA )
CATA will have the participation of international speakers who will present topics of high impact for the tourism industry. On August 24, the conferences will be open to all audiences. Also, on the 25th there will be a business round to promote tourism between Aruba and its partners in the region and then the fair will be open to the general public.
For August 24, the following speakers have been confirmed: Alan Estrada, the content creator of the famous video blog Alan around the world; Nicolás Marín, NatGeo environmentalist and marine photographer; Dr. Santiago Rojas, presenter of the Sanamente program on Caracol Radio and the international speaker, Claudia Tellez, Commercial Director of Kayak, and Álvaro Sepúlveda from the Media Trends Group agency in Miami and Chile.