Euromonitor Partners with World Travel Market 2014


World Travel Market 2014

3rd to 6th November 2014, Excel Centre, London

Euromonitor International is pleased to be the WTM exclusive research provider for the ninth year running.

The WTM Global Trends Report, produced by Euromonitor International in exclusive for WTM, has been at the forefront of accurately predicting major travel trends around the world since its launch in 2006, looking at how the travel industry is developing in a rapidly changing landscape.

The report identifies the key trends set to shape the travel industry in seven regions: the Americas, the UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, India as well as recognises the very latest dynamics in Travel Technology and pockets of opportunity in the Global Village.

The Global Travel Trends Report offers an insight into to the size and shape of travel and tourism and identifies pressing industry issues, emerging brands, destinations and demographics, growth categories and consumer trends. Analysis by Euromonitor International illustrates how the travel market is set to change and outlines the criteria for success.

The WTM global trends report by Euromonitor International is presented at the World Travel Market. Pre-register now to receive your copy.

Session 1 – press launch (media only)

Date: Monday 3rd November 

Time: 13.00 – 14.00

Location: Platinum Suite 4 & 5 (press centre)

Session 2 – public launch (general public)

Date: Tuesday 4th November

Time:  15.30 – 16.30

Location: Platinum Suite 1 – maximum capacity of 250 people in a theatre style layout



Caroline Bremner – Head of Travel and Tourism, Euromonitor International

Angelo Rossini – Analyst, Travel and Tourism, Euromonitor International

Nadejda Popova – Senior Analyst, Travel and Tourism, Euromonitor International

Moderator: Babita Sharma, BBC presenter and journalist

About the event

Staged annually in London, World Travel Market is the leading global event for the travel and tourism industry. Over 50,000 senior travel professionals, government ministers and international press will meet at the Excel Centre, to network, negotiate and conduct business.