Tuesday, April 2, 2013

SATTE Indonesia 2013 to be held in Bali

Indonesia's newest B2B travel event, SATTE Indonesia 2013, is to be held in Bali at Bali International Convention Centre in Nusa Dua from 12-14 June 2013. The show is an emulation of the already well-established SATTE India, which has organized shows for now 20 years. 

The first edition is getting the support and participation of top brands and Institutions such as the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia, Berlin Tourismus as well as numerous hotels and foreign office of tourism including several Indian State government tourism bodies but also Abu Dhabi Tourism, Egypt tourism, TAT or Tourism Malaysia.

SATTE Indonesia is organizing a buyer program with limited offer being provided on  first come first serve basis. They have been already application from more than 200 companies from 20+ countries all over the world with a total of 300 Buyers and 1000+ Business Visitors to make meeting and dealing for their long term needs. SATTE Indonesia 2013 intends to establish a new benchmark for travel and tourism events. Pre-scheduled appointments and business sessions for buyers and sellers will be organize while an extensive program of activities will be proposed during the four-day show.

The show is due also to compete with Indonesia’s long established own B2B show, TIME Pasar Wisata. Hosting this year its 19th edition in Padang, West Sumatra from October 11 to 13, TIME has experienced a diminution of buyers and sellers participation over the years due to various organization constraints. However, the show goes on and over the last few years, it has stabilized with the participation of some 100 buyers meeting some 100 sellers from 20 Indonesian provinces.

The show remains a well known rendez-vous during October for professionals looking at new products in Indonesia. TIME Pasar Wisata generates close to 20 million US$ in transactions. Padang was chosen as the 19th edition venue considering its relatively easy connections to neighbouring countries with non stop flights linking Padang Minangkabau International Airport to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Participants will also be introduced to the fascinating landscape of West Sumatra including Bukittinggi, Sianok Gorges and Lake Singkarak. (TravelDailyNews)

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