EMITT

Date
2018-01-25 - 2018-01-28
Exhibitors
450
Attendees
46670
Event contact title
Contact
Event contact first name
Seda
Event contact last name
Kalkavan
Email
seda.kalkavan@ite-turkey.com
Event contact telephone number
+90 212 291 83 10 / 3124
Description
EMITT, East Mediterranean International Tourism and Travel Exhibition was held for the first time in 1997 at Tuyap Fuar Merkezi in Tepebasi under the name Voyager International Tourism and Vacation Exhibition. The exhibition which focused mostly on domestic tourism during the first two years, later turned into a trade exhibition where global travel destinations were showcased as well as a result of the demand from regional countries and the international tourism sector. The event, which was renamed as EMITT, East Mediterranean International Tourism and Travel Exhibition in 1999, started to be organized at Tuyap Fuar ve Kongre Merkezi in Buyukcekmece after the exhibition venue in Tepebasi, was no longer sufficient. Since 2009, EMITT is organised by Ekin Fuarcılık, ITE Turkey affiliate and EUF - E Uluslararası Fuarcılık. Having entered among the top five tourism exhibition in the world in only 16 years, EMITT tourism exhibition contributes directly to the growth of the tourism sector in the region with its ever expanding participant and visitor base.
Attendee information
Why should you visit: •One of 5 biggest Tourism Exhibition •Professional interest •International recognition and market reach •Discounted holiday prices •Colorful events and conferences
Exhibitor information
Product Groups: -- Accommodation tourism -- Travel services -- Health and Spa tourism -- Transportation services -- IT and Software Services -- Organization services -- National Advertising Organizations and Companies and NGOs -- International Advertising Organizations and companies -- Amusement tourism -- Hotel equipment -- Finance, Insurance and Auditing services -- Media -- Other tourism activities

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