New Deal Europe, the primary tourism event for Southeast Europe, will take place in London on March 28, 2023.
This trade fair for the travel trade services sector is a day when pre-arranged meetings are held between travel suppliers from 12 countries - from Slovenia to Greece and everything in between - and buyers, i.e. tour operators and agencies from the UK, Ireland and beyond.
In its forum section, New Deal Europe brings together key speakers and industry leaders to discuss and present important topics related to tourism in the region.
New Deal Europe is promoting 12 countries in Southeast Europe - from the Alps to the Aegean - and this week they announced the location of the upcoming annual fair and forum.
"We are pleased to announce that due to continued growth, our event is moving to a new location in central London: the Convention Centre, ideally located in the heart of the West End", said the co-founder and director of the fair Robert Dee. "The first-class space of the Congress Center will enable us and our partners Jacobs Media Group to organize an extraordinary B2B fair and inspiring presentations of the destinations of national tourist boards.", he continued.
"With the support of a number of tourism boards and ministries from the region, this could be our biggest and best live event so far", he said Tina Murn, the other co-founder and director. "We will bring together representatives of both urban and seaside destinations, as well as holiday experts in rural areas, thus covering the entire spectrum of what the region has to offer. In addition to the pre-arranged B2B meetings, there will also be a stimulating, informative session led by a panel - a discussion about the exceptional growth of tourism in the region. Last year, Albania was the fastest growing destination on the planet, and the British arrived in Montenegro in record numbers, so it is obvious that there is huge consumer interest, as well as an exceptional opportunity for tour operators and travel agents to come here. learn something more", Murn said.
This travel fair focused on the Balkans and Southeast Europe connects travel suppliers from Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Romania, Bulgaria, Moldova and Greece with operators and agents from the United Kingdom, Ireland and more widely in a series of one-on-one meetings.
In the last two years, New Deal Europe has organized more than 4000 such business meetings, resulting in many regular programs for the region.
"We are confident that this year's event will continue to educate and inspire operators to showcase this exciting and still undiscovered region of Europe", Dee said, "And we look forward to seeing many new faces at the Convention Center on March 28."
Source, photo: New Deal Europe