VITM Hanoi 2020 set to kick off in August
According to Vu The Binh, standing vice chairman of the Vietnam Tourism Association, the fair is anticipated to provide plenty of opportunities for local businesses to find solutions to overcome the consequences caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic. Furthermore, the occasion will help enterprises promote their brands, boost business relations, and the development of the inbound and outbound market.
It is planned that the event will attract the participation of 400 booths of businesses from 54 localities nationwide, in addition to 10 other countries and territories globally.
Moreover, participants will be able to take part in a broad array of outstanding activities and forums at the fair, including business to business (B2B), introductions of tourism products, tourism destinations, along with conferences on connecting tourism products between localities, domestic, and foreign businesses.
A number of art performances and ceremonies to honour both individuals and enterprises will also be held during the event.
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