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La oferta de visitantes profesionales en línea de ITB Asia cierra el 14 de octubre

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Travel trade professionals can gain immense added value for their companies by joining ITB Asia 2009 as a trade visitor.

Travel trade professionals can gain immense added value for their companies by joining ITB Asia 2009 as a trade visitor. Trade visitor registration for ITB Asia 2009 is available online now at www.itb-asia.com/registration.

With a trade visitor pass, members of the travel industry can attend the show, from October 21-23 at Suntec Singapore. They will meet leisure, business, and MICE exhibitors from over 60 countries and hear about the latest innovations and trends at Web In Travel (WIT), Asia’s leading travel distribution, marketing, and technology conference.

A three-day pass to ITB Asia, booked online, costs only US$85.60. It gives visitors full access to the exhibition hall trade floor, the WIT Ideas Lab (October 22 & 23), and most social and networking functions being held from October 21-23, inclusive.

A one-day trade visitor badge for the final day of October 23 is available online now for US$42.80. The one-day pass entitles visitors to access the exhibition trade floor on October 23 and the WIT Ideas Lab on that morning.

Both online offers close on October 14. After that, trade visitor passes will only be available onsite at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre. The three-day pass will then cost US$120. The one-day pass for Friday, October 23 will be US$50.

Engage with your travel industry partners and grow your business at ITB Asia – The Trade Show for the Asian Travel Market. Visit www.itb-asia.com/registration.

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ACERCA DE ITB ASIA 2009

ITB Asia will take place at the Suntec Singapore Exhibition & Convention Centre, October 21-23, 2009. It is organized by Messe Berlin (Singapore) Pte Ltd. and supported by the Singapore Exhibition & Convention Bureau. The event will feature hundreds of exhibiting companies from the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, the Americas, Africa, and the Middle East, covering not only the leisure market, but also corporate and MICE travel. ITB Asia 2009 will include exhibition pavilions and tabletop presence for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) providing travel services. Exhibitors from every sector of the industry, including destinations, airlines and airports, hotels and resorts, theme parks and attractions, inbound tour operators, inbound DMCs, cruise lines, spas, venues, and other meeting facilities and travel technology companies are all expected to attend. Visit www.itb-asia.com.