From 9 to 12 March the who’s who of the global B2B travel industry will meet at ITB Berlin NOW

– A new virtual platform featuring the main elements: networking, news, business and content

– Early Bird rates are available for exhibitors until 15 January

– Trade visitor tickets cost 99 euros 

– The parallel ITB Berlin Virtual Convention will discuss the latest industry challenges

An up-to-the-minute format where the global travel industry can exchange views: in these times of the Covid-19 pandemic ITB Berlin will hold the World’s Leading Travel Trade Show as an entirely virtual event in 2021 with the name ITB Berlin NOW – “The Digital Meet-up for the Travel Industry”. ITB Berlin NOW will take place as an exclusively B2B event over four days from 9 to 12 March 2021, from 10 am to 6 pm CET. Detailed information on exhibitor packages, sponsorship options and trade visitor tickets can be found at

This global, virtual event format targets the B2B community, namely exhibitors, trade visitors and buyers from every segment of the global tourism value chain, as well as journalists and travel bloggers. ITB Berlin NOW will open its virtual doors in early February 2021. Travel professionals will then be able to set up their profile and get accustomed with the functionalities of ITB Berlin NOW. During the live event phase all participants will then be able to use the many services including contact matching, exhibitor profiles, conference content and industry news. After the event, registered users can continue to visit the platform until 31 May 2021. During this period the entire range of content will remain available on demand. As in previous years, the ITB Berlin Convention will take place as a parallel, virtual event, and bring invite high-profile experts on stage to discuss the latest tourism industry topics.

”The coronavirus pandemic has given digitalisation in the trade show industry a major boost“, said David Ruetz, Head of ITB Berlin. ”ITB Berlin NOW will be a highly fascinating, online hub for doing successful business, cultivating existing and new relations, and a place to interact and gain inspiration. In 2021, ITB Berlin will again show how important it is to have a platform, where the global travel industry can come together, even if it is an entirely virtual format. In the longer term the World’s Leading Travel Trade Show will assume a hybrid character, combining in-person and virtual formats. For 2021 we have decided to offer tourism professionals an outstanding, entirely virtual event. Many important exhibitors have already signalled keen interest in the options the format offers.“

Early Bird rates for exhibitors available until 15 January 2021

– trade visitor tickets for 99 euros

Exhibitors who want to book a presence at ITB Berlin NOW can choose from four different exhibitor packages: Starter, Plus, All-In and All-In for Destinations. Those who register by 15 January 2021 can take advantage of Early Bird discounts of up to 33 per cent. Trade visitors can purchase tickets costing 99 euros providing access to ITB Berlin NOW during all four days of the event. For students, reduced-rate tickets are available at 49 euros. An extra bonus for all exhibitors: when they sign up for ITB Berlin NOW they can also purchase packages of five trade visitor tickets at a costing of 300 euros. Full details can be found at 

About ITB Berlin and the ITB Berlin Convention
ITB Berlin 2021 will take place from Tuesday, 9 to Friday 12 March for trade visitors only and as an entirely virtual event. ITB Berlin is the World’s Leading Travel Trade Show. In 2019 a total of 10,000 exhibitors from 181 countries displayed their products and services to 160,000 visitors, including 113,500 trade visitors. As part of the virtual ITB Berlin the ITB Berlin Convention, the largest travel industry event of its kind, will also take place as a virtual event. More information is available at www.itb-berlin.comwww.itb-convention.comand in the ITB Social Media Newsroom.

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