WTM to co-locate with Business Travel Market

First joint event to take place at ExCeL in London in 2013

The Business Travel Market will be co-located with World Travel Market from next year, the two event companies have announced. WTM 2013 will take place at London’s ExCel exhibition centre from Monday November 4 to Thursday November 7, with the Business Travel Market taking place on November 6 and 7.
“Following Reed Travel Exhibitions’ acquisition of BTM last year, it was always planned to put it alongside our flagship travel event, WTM,” RTE’s managing director Richard Mortimore explained. “Our demographic data clearly shows that over 17,000 visitors to WTM reflect companies that have an involvement in business travel, so it is pleasing that we can now offer this specialist event at ExCeL for the last two days of WTM.”
TTG Digital
[photo courtesy WTM]

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