March 2, 2023

ITB Berlin 2023 connects job seekers with best opportunities and advise

Career advice, job offers and educational presentations await visitors who are looking for employment.

The ITB Career Center is bringing HR managers and job seekers in the tourism industry together. Those looking for employment can benefit from free advice and application verification, as well as get access to expert knowledge and tips for a career in the sector.

At ITB Berlin this year, visitors can find information about career opportunities and advanced training. At the ITB Career Center, 20 or so universities, colleges, professional academies and service providers from different countries are presenting their courses and advanced training for the tourism industry. 

There are a number of potential employers at the Federal Employment Agency, the exclusive partner of the ITB Career Center, in Hall 4.1. On Tuesday and Wednesday from 11 a.m., the Federal Employment Agency is providing business etiquette sessions including tips on how to successfully break into the travel and tourism industry. 

Visitors looking for a specific job offer can search the ITB Job Wall which will be available with over 100 employment vacancies. 

On the new ITB Lighthouse Stage in Hall 4.1, various exhibitors will present topics on regional sustainable development, best recruiting practices and university projects to inspire young professionals looking for work in the travel industry. 

At the ITB Master Slam on Tuesday, 7 March at 1 pm, various universities will present their Master’s degree courses.

ITB Career Centre – Hall 4.1

The Future Work track will focus on the skills and labour shortage at informative sessions held on 8 March in Hall 7.1b.  Also on 8 March, Prof. Dr. Heinz-Dieter Quack, professor of Destination Management at Ostfalia HaW, Dirk Binding, director, Digital Economy, Infrastructure, Regional Development, at the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DIHK) and Otto Lindner, chairman, German Hotel Association (IHA), will discuss the challenges posed by the current skills shortage under the heading “Wanted: staff urgently required”.
Wednesday, 8 March 2023,
3:00 p.m.
Blue Stage, Hall 7.1b

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