Hundreds of the foremost business leaders, government ministers and key decision-makers in the global tourism sector will meet face-to-face this weekend for the World Travel & Tourism Council’s Global Summit 2021.
Under the theme ‘Uniting the World for Recovery,’ the event is positioning itself as the first-time global tourism event where leaders will have gathered together since the Covid-19 pandemic ravaged the sector from March last year.
WTTC has ensured strict world-class health and hygiene protocols are in place to protect participants, with testing available for delegates for the duration of the Summit.
Key private and public sector leaders will meet at the Moon Palace Resort in Cancun, Mexico, with thousands expected to join virtually.
They will discuss their experiences and share best practice on topics from kickstarting recovery in the tourism sector to how to enhance sustainability and inclusivity.
The summit will act as the platform for recovery and will be the place where a roadmap will be defined to take the sector towards restarting international travel and existing in the new normal.
WTTC will also launch a major ‘Women’s Initiative’ to work towards removing existing barriers for women within the sector and to…