World Travel Market London 2015 was a phenomenally successful event surpassing the average attendance of the previous five events with the number of qualified buyers remaining at a record high.
Average attendance for WTM London from 201
London Central Portfolio (LCP) chief executive Naomi Heaton, a UK-based asset manager, will be speaking at the World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC) in Bahrain next month, it was announced yesterday (November 15). Heaton will focus on the im
Al Bustan Centre & Residence, a popular hotel-apartment in the heart of Dubai, returned from the World Travel Market exhibition in London with a positive outlook for the industry after meeting with key decision makers, existing and potential
UAE’s privately-owned KBBO Group has picked London for listing its merged subsidiary, two sources said on Friday as the firm pushes ahead with plans to raise over $1 billion from a share sale.
The airline sector was in the spotlight on the third day of World Travel Market London 2015 – the leading global event for the travel industry.
The highlight was a keynote interview with Malaysia Airlines’ new chief ex
Tuesday saw a busy second day at World Travel Market London with buyer numbers up a huge 29 per cent and visitor numbers up 3 per cent by lunchtime compared with the same day last year.
A key event was the UNWTO & WTM Ministers&rsqu
World Travel Market London, a leading global event for the travel industry – has seen a busy first day of business deals and networking.
Simon Press, World Travel Market London senior director, said: “We have had a fantastic
Majority of the prime cities across the globe are teither overvalued or in danger of a housing bubble with London and Hong Kong facing the greatest risks, according to a report.
The real estate prices in many global c
Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) will be its participating at the World Travel Market 2015 in London this November for the 13th consecutive year.
From November 2 to 5, SCTDA will promote the latest developments
London's 156-year-old Big Ben clock - which has already shown signs of its age this year by chiming late - may now need major repairs that could leave one of the British capital's major landmarks silent and covered in scaffolding for mon