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Qatar Travel Mart 2021 to welcome tourism professionals

Countries seeking to enhance their presence in the Qatari market be will be represented

The Qatar Travel Mart (QTM) 2021 will be held under the patronage of the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior HE Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani from 16 to 18 November at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center.

Qatar Tourism is the strategic partner of QTM, while Discover Qatar and Qatar Airways Holidays are the leisure partners and the event will be run by NeXTfairs. Co-founder and general manager Rawad Sleem said that it will attract wide international participation from countries including Italy, Cyprus, the Maldives, Azerbaijan, Rwanda and the Dominican Republic, all seeking to enhance their presence in the Qatari market.

According to Sleem, the participation of both local and international companies reflects confidence in the Qatari market. Moreover, it confirms the start of the recovery phase of the tourism and hospitality sector, with the FiFA World Cup 2022 tournament fast approaching.

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As many as 75 local and international companies will be in attendance, covering various sectors, including airlines, hotels and resorts, tour operators, destination management companies (DMCs), cruise lines, transportation and travel technology companies.

The travel conference will provide insights into the future of tourism while showcasing the most sought-after travel destinations, real estate development projects and the latest trends in luxury, business, medical, sports, MICE, Halal tourism, leisure and cultural tourism sectors.

Only vaccinated people will be allowed access to the event, and all precautionary measures will be applied to ensure the health and safety of participants.

For more information, visit www.qtmqatar.com

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