WTM London 2016 to welcome new faces

World Travel Market signs up new exhibitors
World Travel Market (WTM) London will be welcoming new faces this year, with new exhibitors having signed up for the popular exhibition.
Trivago, a price comparison site focused on hotels and part of Expedia, has confirmed its inaugural participation at the show and will be present in the Global Village region.
It will be joined by Autoclick Rent a Car, a car hire business based in Spain that recently expanded its operations to include Paris, Brussels, Rome, Milan and other cities across Europe – also a first-time exhibitor.
Elsewhere in the Global Village, Air Charter Service will be promoting its range of global aircraft chartering options, including its specialist solutions for tour operators and travel agents.
Those visiting the Travel Technology region will also notice first-time exhibitors this year, including Asia-based Rish Iyagi, a South Korean marketing agency with branches in Shanghai and Tokyo, which will be targeting foreign tourist boards and international convention bureaus.
Meanwhile, Paysec, a payments service provider based in the Philippines, will be on hand for travel businesses looking at ways to accept debit cards from users based in China, Indonesia and Thailand.
Other first-timers include German hotel software busines Booklogic; AudioPev, a French company specialising in the design and rental of audiophone solutions for guided tours; Atlas Global, a Turkish airline operating domestic and international flights into Istanbul from many European, Middle Eastern and Asian destinations; and DJ Coaches from Kent, which has a fleet of Mercedes coaches available for hire by tour operators and is a specialist in mainland Europe.
Finally, the Americas region will welcome first-time representatives from the city of Machala in southern Ecuador.


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