UNWTO, WTTC & WTM Ministers’ Summit to be held in London
Tourism leaders from around the world to come together to commit investing in the sector’s sustainable future
For more than 10 years, the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) and WTM London have partnered to host a high-level summit, focussing on key challenges and opportunities facing the sector. This year, the summit will take place on November 2, 2021 during WTM London – the leading global event for the travel industry. Ministers, industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and experts are invited to take part in it.
The 2021 Summit will also be presenting an opportunity for leaders to discuss ways to build back better and invest in a sustainable future for the travel and tourism industry.
The UNWTO, WTTC & WTM Ministers' Summit 2021 will provide a practical platform for tourism leaders of the public and private sectors to share best practices and explore investment opportunities, uniting sector leaders and top thinkers to examine tourism’s sustainable future and the essential role that targeted ‘green investment’ will play in achieving this.
“This will be our 15th Ministers’ Summit and, as with previous events, what will be discussed and agreed will prove to be of paramount importance. We know how much destinations rely on the tourism industry for economic growth, jobs and wellbeing. The Ministers’ Summit promises important debate and the exchange of ideas and best practice, to spur action for the good of the communities we support and the environment,” said Simon Press, Director, WTM London Exhibition.
“The World Travel Market provides UNWTO with a unique platform for bringing together the political influence of governments and public sector leaders and the dynamism of the private sector. The Ministers’ Summit2021 could not be more timely and will provide a blueprint for promoting investments in tourism’s sustainable future, one of UNWTO’s key priorities as we guide the global restart of the sector,” said Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary-General, UNWTO.
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