The World Journey & Tourism Council (WTTC) and the Authorities of Quintana Roo in Mexico have postponed the 20th World Summit to early this fall. The 2 organizations stated that the time would give the “journey and tourism sector time to get better from the present COVID-19 outbreak and its influence.”
“We stand in solidarity with governments, nations and organizations that are being affected by COVID-19 and look ahead to internet hosting our World Summit within the autumn,” stated WTTC President and CEO Gloria Guevara in a written assertion. “This can present a worldwide platform to debate the sector’s restoration and future plans.”
“Cancun and the State of Quintana Roo are persevering with to plan a full schedule of occasions, conferences and conventions in opposition to the worldwide backdrop of COVID-19,” stated Quintana Roo Governor Carlos Joaquin. “We have now no COVID-19 circumstances however stand able to help these all over the world.”
The World Summit had been scheduled for April 21 – 23 in Cancun, Mexico. In keeping with our sister publication Journey Agent, the WTTC had shifted the deliberate location of the summit to Cancun from San Juan, Puerto Rico, earlier this 12 months.
The WTTC’s annual World Summit brings collectively high-level journey business leaders and key authorities representatives to take motion on necessary worldwide points affecting the journey and tourism business.
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