Arabian Travel Market 2024 welcomes 41,000 attendees

Arabian Travel Market 2024 welcomes 41,000 attendees

Dubai trade show features more than 2,300 exhibitors from 165 countries  

Arabian Travel Market (ATM) will take place from Monday 6 to Thursday 9 May 2024 at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) in the UAE.

Under the theme ‘Empowering Innovation: Transforming Travel Through Entrepreneurship’, the 31st edition of ATM is poised to welcome more than 2,300 exhibitors and representatives from 165 countries, with 41,000 attendees.

The number of participating hotel brands for ATM 2024 has increased by 21% year-on-year, with a 58% rise in new Travel Technology products showcased. 

Several new destinations will also be introduced at ATM 2024, including China, Macao, Kenya, Guatemala and Columbia. 

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Arabian Travel Market exhibition director ME Danielle Curtis said: “ATM 2024 is gearing up for an exciting lineup spread across two stages, with the Global Stage returning alongside the new Future Stage. The conference agenda will feature key industry speakers from around the world and address the emerging trends that are fuelling the travel and tourism sector’s growth.

“An eagerly awaited addition to ATM 2024 is the new entrepreneurship-focused summit, which will delve into the role of travel start-ups in the Middle East economy, spotlighting their pioneering approaches. As entrepreneurship and innovation take centre stage, the exciting ATM Start-Up Pitch Battle, in partnership with Emirates Group’s Intelak provides the perfect platform to celebrate the immense potential for innovators in the region and for brands to present their industry solutions.”

Environmental responsibility in the travel and tourism industry will continue to be a key focus at ATM, building on the momentum of last year’s theme, ‘Working Towards Net Zero’ and exploring how innovation can be leveraged to help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by building a greener travel and tourism sector for future generations.

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