“Uzakrota Travel Forum 2024 Set to Host 15,000 Tourism Leaders in Istanbul”

“Uzakrota Global 2024” to Take Place in Istanbul with Support from Prominent Travel Companies

On November 15, 2024, the “Uzakrota Travel Summit” will be held at the WOW Convention Center in Istanbul, Turkey. This highly anticipated event is made possible with the support of Turkish Airlines, Tourism Malaysia, Amadeus, Paximum, Tourmania, and Tour to America.

Renowned as one of the top ten most influential tourism events in the world by leading travel companies in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2023, the Uzakrota Travel Summit will bring together key players in the travel industry including travel agencies, tourism technology companies, airlines, and hotels.

The summit will feature a designated networking area where approximately 250 companies from various sectors of tourism will showcase their services and engage in valuable interactions with other industry professionals.

Over 150 speakers will take to the stage to discuss pressing topics such as “Global Events and Experiences: What Comes Next?”, “Are Airlines’ Holidays Programs the Next Tour Operators?”, “AI-Powered Travel with ChatGPT”, “Does Labor Challenges Direct Us to Technology?”, and “The Impact of Online Reviews on Hospitality Businesses: Managing Reputation in the Digital Era.”

In addition to the main summit in Istanbul, Uzakrota will also host B2B tourism summits in other major cities, including Novotel Kuala Lumpur on September 19, 2024, Radisson Hotel Baku on October 4, 2024, Rooftop on Bree Cape Town on October 17-18, 2024, and Narcissus Hotel Riyadh on December 12, 2024.

For more information and to register for the summit, please visit https://pressat.co.uk/.

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