The National Tourism Transportation Summit & Expo is the foremost combined tourism and transportation industries event anchored by the Institute for Tourism Professionals of Nigeria (ITPN) in collaboration with the Ministry of Transportation, Federal Ministry of Transportation & Agencies, Federal Ministry of Information & Culture & parastatals, Federal Ministry of Aviation & parastatals with private stakeholders across the Transportation, tourism and hospitality value chain.
The 2022 edition of the National Tourism Transportation Summit & Expo is on African Continental Free Trade Area: Strengthening connectivity effect and partnership it is designed to complement the African Unions efforts at integrating African countries through the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA) Initiative.
It is a two (2) day summit and expo featuring great speakers addressing topical issues and opportunities for both public and private sector in Africa’s tourism and transportation industry.
It is a gathering of senior executives, decision makers, associations that offers you a unique opportunity to meet with international regulatory and policy setting bodies, Embassies, regulators, decision makers, influencers, specifiers, employers and investors to showcase and market your services and product to more than 1000 relevant and highly engaged delegates from Aviation, Maritimes, Railways, Airport Operators, Road Transportation, National & International Travel, Aviation and Mass Transportation Organisations, including the Tourism & Hospitality value chain.
There is an opportunity for you to attend, exhibit and sponsor to maximize the event potential to benefit your organisations, Ministry and association.
To participate, kindly click on the link below to register free http://www.tinyurl.com/Nttsummit or visit www.thettsummit.com
for Exhibition & Partnership please call: 08124225232 09070773702. Limited spaces available.
African most experienced tourism event
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