LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – Las Vegas and the US Travel Association are launching the city’s first international lounge since the start of the pandemic.
The US Travel Association’s IPW has been revamped as it brings together exhibitors, travel buyers, journalists and government officials from around the world.
This year’s convention relies heavily on meeting attendees as they make their way to the convention floor at the West Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Registrations took place on Saturday and Sunday, and now people are embarking on the trips.
Organizers describe the mission of IPW as “connecting American travel exhibitors with travel buyers and the media to promote their product and negotiate future business, secure America’s position as a travel destination.” world class and showcasing the best that the United States has to offer â.
Past shows have generated more than $ 5 billion in future travel, according to the IPW website.
And this year’s changes will be a model to help restart international travel and entertainment.
Since we are still battling a pandemic, the show requires attendees to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of registration.
The show’s presence is positive after the National Broadcasters Association canceled its October meeting, choosing to wait until April of next year.
Over the next few weeks, major conventions are planned in Las Vegas. These include the International Wireless Communications Expo at the end of September. And in October, other big shows are planned: the American Rental Association, the NHS Las Vegas 2021 – a national equipment show – and the National Business Aviation Association Convention.