After a pandemic-induced hiatus, Hotelbeds’ iconic MarketHubs will return in 2023 bringing together key decision-makers and influencers from across the global travel industry.
MarketHubs are Hotelbeds’ signature events with dates now confirmed for the European and Americas editions to be held in the Netherlands, and Mexico, respectively. Both shows will featuring a diverse programme of presentations, panel discussions and learning opportunities focused on technology, data and people, as well as significant networking opportunities in the trade show arena.
“From data and technology to the power of our people, MarketHubs are where thought leaders will gather to discuss and shape the future of travel under the banner of ‘where next?’ said Carlos Muñoz Capllonch, Hotelbeds’ Chief Commercial Officer. “Taking place in the popular cities of Amsterdam and Cancun, we’re looking forward bringing our suppliers and customers from around the world back together in 2023.”
Hotelbeds will welcome 250 of its most important partners located across the region to Amsterdam from 28-31 March 2023 for MarketHub Europe. Following a successful first year of its partnership with Hotelbeds, MINOR HOTELS will host next year’s forum at the nhow Amsterdam RAI located in Amsterdam’s bustling business district.
Following the poy with next year’s show taking place in the beach resort of Cancun. Guests and exhibitors will gather at Blue Diamond Resorts’ recently-opened Royalton Splash Riviera Cancun, An Autograph Collection All-Inclusive Resort from 8-12 May 2023.
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