Following the outcomes brought by the most important shows and events in the travel industry in which we were present, we are preparing to exhibit again, for the fourth consecutive year, at World Travel Market London.
You can meet part of our team from 7th to 9th of November, at Excel London - in the Travel Tech area, stand TT420.
This is how our stand will look like this year:
You are more than welcome to visit our stand at WTM London anytime!
'After the remarkable results from the previous years, we couldn’t miss the chance to interact face-to-face with prospects and current customers, improve industry knowledge and discover the latest innovations, meet other industry experts and generate new business opportunities.' (Alexandra Luca, Marketing Specialist at dcs plus)
For those of you attending the show it will be a great opportunity to join our 'Whiteboard Sessions'. During these sessions, our team members present at the fair will share their knowledge and experience with our customers, partners and other travel industry professionals.
The participants should take advantage of this chance to find out how travel and technology connect with the purpose to provide long-term benefits for the most demanding users.
If you would like to book a meeting with one of our consultants to discuss your business needs or project, please get in touch with us!
About World Travel Market London
Staged annually in London, World Travel Market London - the leading global event for the travel industry - is a vibrant must attend business-to-business event presenting a diverse range of destinations and industry sectors to UK and International travel professionals. It provides a unique opportunity for the whole global travel trade to meet, network, negotiate and conduct business.
More than 50,000 senior travel industry professionals, government ministers and international press, visit ExCeL - London every November to network, negotiate and discover the latest industry opinion and trends at WTM London. The event, now in its 37th year, generates more than £2.5 billion of travel industry contracts.