The TravelMart LatinAmerica starts tomorrow

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The TravelMart LatinAmerica starts tomorrow
Source: Twitter @VisitPanama
September 19, 2022

The 44th edition of the meeting will take place in Panama and will be attended by more than 250 wholesale operators, meeting planners and international incentive companies.

More than 250 tour operators, wholesalers, meeting planners and tourism incentive companies from the United States, Canada, Europe and Latin America will gather at TravelMart LatinAmerica 2022.

The new edition of the meeting will take place in an excellent time of reactivation of tourism, with the recent announcement of the elimination of health restrictions due to COVID; and will allow hotels, tour operators and other key players to seal new agreements and solidify business relationships with international buyers and suppliers, reinforcing the country's position as an authentic and sustainable destination worldwide.

More than 2,000 appointments have been pre-scheduled, with an estimated more than $3 million in business opportunities, allowing participants to discuss existing contracts, develop new contacts and products, and fill last-minute travel vacancies. During the event, the participants will have the opportunity to negotiate products and services from all segments and prices of the tourist offer. According to the organization, about 80 percent of buyers target luxury services.

Fernando Fondevila, general director of PROMTUR Panama, highlighted that: “From the destination marketing organization, we have been working to attract the main international events to the country, as a way to continue positioning ourselves as a benchmark -thanks to our excellent infrastructure, connectivity and authentic tourist attractions- in the meeting and convention industry in the region and also for leisure or vacation tourism”.

"Likewise, it represents an opportunity to boost tourism in the country, since local tourism providers will participate, including: hotels, tour operators, travel agencies and the network of tourism chambers," Fondevila said.


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