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December 10, 2023

Kick-off of Our Kick-off of  Our Trvlx Series in May 2022 in Georgia


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Georgia, our host country of ITB Berlin 2023, will be the first host for the new series of in-market events. The exclusive kick-off event will take place from 17 – 20 May 2022 in the country’s capital, Tbilisi, as well as other locations in the Caucasus nation. Thereby, buyers and media will meet selected suppliers of Georgia.

In addition to the business day, which will include topic-specific roundtable discussions and networking sessions, the host country will present cultural and historical highlights on selected tours of multifaceted Georgia.

Did we spark you interest? Then apply now as a buyer on itb.com/trvlx

At a glance:

Date: 17 – 20 May 2022

Location: Tbilisi and other cities in Georgia

Target market: Georgia

Target group: Selected buyers and journalists from the D-A-CH region

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VIR Online Innovation Days 2022 on 1 and 2 June in Berlin

After a two-year break, the leading industry get-together for digital tourism will once again take place in person under the guiding theme “Back to the Future”.

Expert presentations and discussions on the important future topics of sustainability and new technologies, such as artificial intelligence and blockchain, will be the focus of the content.

In addition, a TIC & VIR Travel Start-up Night will also be part of the event. On the Turespaña evening there will be plenty of time for networking with Spanish delicacies.

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Celebrate 24 hours of Switzerland in Berlin!

Switzerland is taking unusual routes. For 24 hours, the Confederation invites you to Berlin for workshops, media events, a cultural programme and culinary delights. From 31 May to 1 June, accommodation will be provided. Are you taking part?

Registration here

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