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Since returning from WTM London on Wednesday, our headquarters in Interlaken has been buzzing with feedback and comments from conversations with customers, potential customers and industry leaders. We find conferences like these useful because we get a better idea of where the travel industry is headed. 

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Published by Lucy Fuggle | Nov 6, 2015 | | 0 MIN READ

A video insight into World Travel Market London 2015 with Jon Fauver and Colm Hanratty

We recently wrote about the value of World Travel Market (WTM) London for travel professionals, and this year's event (the 36th in its history) was no disappointment.

WTM 2015 was attended by more than 50,000 industry professionals and featured 5,000 exhibitors from 186 countries. We took along some TrekkSoft representatives from our Swiss office, and enjoyed a few days packed with meetings and networking opportunities (with a bit of time left over to enjoy London).

Here's a video tour around WTM 2015 we put together for you, featuring Jon Fauver, CEO and Co-founder of TrekkSoft, with Colm Hanratty. 

Colm headed-up Hostelworld.com’s content and social media for almost 11 years, and is now Founder and Managing Director of digital marketing agency Sixtwo Digital. He also crafts some of our favourite TrekkSoft blog articles - you can check them out here.

Here's what Jon and Colm have to say about WTM 2015 and current travel industry trends.

 

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Lucy Fuggle
Published by Lucy Fuggle
Lucy spent three years building TrekkSoft’s content strategy and inbound marketing approach. She now helps companies to find their voice, kick-start projects, and bring in processes that actually work for them. Lucy writes and shares her solo adventures on lucyfuggle.com.
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