Connect with Global Trade Partners Virtually
Preschedule Seamless Rolling Appointments
Schedule Networking Opportunities
Host Press Conferences & Panel Discussions
Connect with Global Partners From the Safety of Home
TravTrade, a TravMedia subsidiary, provides white-label virtual event solutions to destinations, associations, events, and trade shows worldwide.
TravTrade launched Virtual Events Platform to keep the travel industry connected during the global pandemic. Designed on the same trusted marketplace platform as TravMedia’s IMM, the Virtual Events Platform allows travel brands, tourism boards, hotels, and member-based organisations to connect with global trade partners and media from the safety of home, or as a hybrid event.
Powering the Biggest Events
Standout Features for Your Event
White-Label Event Website & URL
What our Partners Say
"The Society of American Travel Writers has enjoyed a long, successful partnership with TravMedia, working on both in-person and now virtual events. Without fail, their team has been forward-thinking, responsive, and innovative. Knowing we're working with top-notch professionals takes a huge challenge out of running a meeting."
"While we wait for border restrictions to ease, travel industry members are eager to spend time learning about tours, experiences, and unique adventures on offer overseas, so that when travel resumes, they'll be ahead of the game."
"TravTrade conducted a very smooth show and completed everything as planned. The team demonstrated their knowledge and professional skills well and provided wonderful support. The Australia GSA's recommendation to use TravTrade as the event coordinator for the Yukon Virtual Trade Event was an excellent choice."
Market Development Asia Pacific
"TravTrade and TravMedia are invaluable resources for anyone in the travel industry. TravTrade's eConnect is the official networking platform of Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) and we use TravMedia daily to launch campaigns and respond to journalists' needs."
The TravTrade Team
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