The IFEMA Exhibition Centre in Madrid hosts the FITUR International Tourism Fair.
This is the first date on the international calendar for tourism sector professionals. It is a promotional showcase, presenting products and services on offer in Spain and abroad, with some 11,000 companies taking part – an ideal place for making commercial contacts to develop future business.
FITUR is a global meeting point for tourism professionals and the leading trade fair for inbound and outbound Ibero American markets.
In 2017 FITUR has beaten the participation record with 9,893 exhibiting companies from 165 countries/regions, 135,858 trade participants and 107,213 people from the general public. Among the participation figures of note was the increase of 18.8% of international trade visitors compared to the previous staging. Morever the volumen of agendas organised by FITUR within the different B2B has reached 6,800 business appointments.
The attendance of 7,452 journalists is a turnout that shows the importance of FITUR on the international circuit of tourism sector events.
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