Arabian Travel Market to host more than 100 tech exhibitors

Arabian Travel Market to host more than 100 tech exhibitors

The Travel Tech area has seen 56% YoY growth

Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2024’s sold-out Travel Tech space will be 56% bigger than in 2023 with 33% more exhibitors participating.

The global travel technology market was valued at US$9.4 billion in 2022 and is projected to reach US$21 billion by 2032, according to Allied Market Research.

More than 100 of the world’s leading travel technology companies will be exhibiting at ATM 2024, which will take place at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) in the UAE from Monday 6 to Thursday 9 May.

Confirmed tech exhibitors include Hotelbeds,, WebBeds, Moonline Travel and Trade,, HeyTrip and Verteil Technologies, plus returning brands such as Travelport, The Travelbook Group, HotelRunner, gtbeds, iTrip, Techno Heaven, QuadLabs, Cover Genius, Fly Today, Traveazy, Multireisen, City Travel DMCC and Illusions.

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At the heart of the technology offering, the ATM Future Stage will host more than a hundred speakers from across the global travel and tourism industry. Delegates will explore how advanced tech can be leveraged to drive improvements across a range of segments, including payment, professional development, accessibility and sustainability.

Presentations designed to highlight opportunities within these spaces include: Navigating the Future: A Futurist's Prediction, Strategic Capabilities and Implications of AI within Business, Putting the Traveller First with AI and Unlocking the Value of Travel: Harnessing Technology for Enhanced Traveler Journeys, held in association with Amadeus.

ATM exhibition director ME Danielle Curtis said: “My colleagues and I are delighted to introduce the ATM Future Stage, which will harness the ever-increasing levels of innovation our industry is witnessing while building on the long-standing success of our Travel Tech offering.”

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