Published on : Thursday, February 9, 2023
East Mediterranean International Tourism & Travel Exhibition (EMITT), organized by ICA Events in collaboration with TUROFED (Turkish Hoteliers Federation) and TTYD (Turkish Tourism Investors Association) has been postponed, due to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake.
As a result of this tragic earthquake that kills more than 2500, the necessity to postpone 26th East Mediterranean Tourism and Travel Exhibition – EMITT 2023 which was planned to be held from 8 – 11 February 2023 has arisen.
East Mediterranean International Tourism & Travel Exhibition (EMITT) every year welcomed professionals and travelers for the 26th time. Supported by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, TOBB, Turkish Airlines, and Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, the Exhibition makes a substantial contribution to Turkey’s tourism ecosystem.
The B2B appointment setting system was developed to enable more efficient negotiations at the exhibition, where firms will be able to increase their business volumes. Thus, the exhibition participants will have the opportunity to meet with hosted buyers (invited tour operators) and invited influencers by making an appointment in advance. This year, EMITT hosts nearly 300 invited tour operators and influencers from 56 countries, including France, Russia,
Tunisia, Canada, Spain, England, the USA, Switzerland, Iran, Italy, Greece, India, the Philippines, and Azerbaijan are the popular countries. This year, in which the tourism industry aims to reach the figures of 2019, brings new goals for Turkey. While Turkey is planning to reach 60 million tourists and 56 billion dollars in tourism income in 2023, within the framework of all these developments and expectations,
EMITT has prepared a rich event programme that will be carried out simultaneously with the exhibition in order to understand the goals well and to bring the right content together with the relevant professionals
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