The two-day conference, on 9-10 May, will look at who the traveller of tomorrow is as well as the generation of disruption and the impact this will have.
PALMA, SPAIN – Tourism leaders for across the world are preparing to gather in Cancun, Mexico, next month to debate “Where Next?” for the travel industry at the 10th edition of the MarketHub Americas by Hotelbeds.
The two-day conference, on 9-10 May, will look at who the traveller of tomorrow is as well as the generation of disruption and the impact this will have. Additional topics will cover the power of personalisation and how innovation will guide the future of travel.
“On this milestone year for MarketHub Americas, there is a wealth of topics to discuss about the future for our industry,” said Carlos Muñoz Capllonch, Chief Commercial Officer at Hotelbeds. “As a leading TravelTech company, we would be remiss not to deep-dive into how technology and data are reshaping the travel ecosystem, and how our clients can use this to attract new consumers while at the same time inspiring greater loyalty from their existing customers.”
In addition to the conference programme, there is also a trade show arena and significant networking opportunities. Speakers at the conference include; Nejc Jus, Head of Research at the World Travel & Tourism Council; Irene Gómez from Telefónica; Bobby Shoraka from Morgan Stanley; and Thomas Sacchetti from Smarter Travel.
Underscoring the popularity of MarketHub Americas, a number of Hotelbeds’ partners have signed as platinum sponsors of the event namely: Blue Diamond Resorts, Hard Rock International, Palace Resorts & Leblanc Spa Resorts , Inclusive Collection, part of Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, RCD Hotels, Universal Parks and Resorts, Hilton, Discover Puerto Rico, NH Hotel Group part of Minor, Experience Kissimmee, Türkiye Tourism Promotion and Development Agency, Grupo Xcaret, Crystal Hotels, Titanic Hotels, BWH Hotel Group and Rixos Hotels.
MarketHub Americas is an invitation-only event attended by key Hotelbeds partners from across the region.
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