In need of Tourism Investment? This London Conference will make you money

In need of Tourism Investment? This London Conference will make you money

There is a new trendsetter. This trendsetter is embedded within a new global conference. The name is the  International Tourism & Investment Conference (ITIC) The venue is London and the date November 1 and 2, 2019.



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There is a new hands-on concept to present your investment needs and at the same time meet global experts, and many travel and tourism celebrities ready to talk to you.

If you’re planning to attend the World Travel Market, just leave three days earlier. It should be worth your time and cost, and some think,  it’s a must to attend event.

The  focus at the conference is for tourism stakeholders to:

  • Showcase tourism projects, to interact face-to-face and establish fruitful business relationships with potential investors, investment banks and private equity firms looking for live and bankable projects to optimize their return on investment.
  • ITIC provides access to ministers and policy-makers of several countries who will be attending our conference. Their main objective will be to nurture bilateral and multilateral cooperation in the tourism sector.
  • The conference will offer participants opportunities to initiate mutually beneficial partnerships and alliances (LOIs and MOUs) leading to investments in sustainable tourism developments progressing to fruition.

Alain St. Ange (president ATB) and Dr. Taleb Rifai (patron ATB)

The ITIC Advisory Board is chaired by Dr. Taleb Rifai, former Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organization, and currently patron of the African Tourism Board.

He leads a team of tourism experts from across the globe to discuss the modus operandi of the conference with a focus on rolling-out a roadmap for the future of this industry amidst the prevailing world conditions: Economic uncertainties, conflicts, natural calamities, climate change, terrorism, changing paradigm for tourist safety and security, and more. Consequently, technical interventions by sector specialists in the conference will be duly screened by the Board with a view of ensuring high-level discussions for a high caliber audience.

Among the speakers are: 

HRH Princess Dana Firas of Jordan, H.E Mrs. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President Emeritus of Malta, Hon. Elena Kountoura (Member of European Parliament); Tourism Ministers: Hon. Najib Balala (Kenya), Hon. Edmund Bartlett (Jamaica), Hon. Memunatu Pratt (Sierra Leone), Hon. Nikolina Angelkova (Bulgaria) Alain St. Ange, president African Tourism Board, Seychelles, Cuthbert, Ncube, Chairman of the African Tourism Board-  just to name a few. The conference will be moderated by Mr. Rajan Datar, Presenter and Broadcaster with the BBC.

The conference has a special focus on Africa and Island and is supported by the African Tourism Board. ATB members receive a substantial discount.

November 1 and 2 may be the most important days for those attending the World Travel Market in London on November 4. The venue for ITIC is at the Intercontinental Park Lane London.

More information and registration on www.itic.uk