5th Edition of MPTM to be held from 5th to 7th October

International participation from USA, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Poland, Norway, Thailand, Australia, Netherlands, Singapore, Canada,Bulgaria,Finland, South Africa, Mexico, Fiji, Italy, Russia,  Argentina, Belgium Slovakia, Mexico,Malaysia Cambodia and Ukraine.

The 5th edition of Madhya Pradesh Travel Mart (MPTM) will be held at Bhopal from October 5 to 7 this year. Over 200 national and international buyers and about 100 representatives of distinct Indian markets are expected to participate in it. The event will be inaugurated by the dignitaries from the state.

The Primary objective of this mart is to market and promote Madhya Pradesh as a destination throughout the year. The concept is a B2B platform which will bring tourism stakeholders on a platform where they would interact to explore opportunities of mutual trade. The event is being supported by eminent institutions of tourism and hospitality industry including IATO, ATOAI, ADTOI, TAAI, ITTA, PATA, ICPB, TOFT, IHHA and TAFI.

The 4th edition of the travel mart last year was a grand success. This year the number of attendees is expected to surpass last years’. International participants attending this year’s mart are from Singapore, Spain, United Kingdom, United States of America, Netherlands, Germany, Norway, Thailand, Poland, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Finland, South Africa, Mexico, Fiji, Italy, Russia, Norway, Argentina, Belgium, Ukraine and France. This year’s focus will be to highlight Madhya Pradesh as a year round travel destination.

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