Napoli, 11 gennaio 2021 – Progecta comunica lo slittamento delle date di svolgimento della ventiquattresima edizione della BMT – Borsa Mediterranea del Turismo. Il salone napoletano riservato ai professionisti del turismo si svolgerà nella sede storica della Mostra d’Oltremare da venerdì 28 a domenica 30 maggio con ingresso dai tradizionali padiglioni di viale Kennedy.
"The postponement of BMT to May is a decision taken after a careful evaluation of the progress of the health emergency and also following the comparison with the colleagues of the tour operating - explains the Progecta administrator, Angioletto de Negri - With the exhibitors who have already confirmed their participation and with those who are expressing their interest, it was agreed that the take-off of the vaccine plan should give us a clearer and more serene picture of the situation at that time, with the possibility of planning with greater certainty tourist activities for the upcoming summer ".
BMT will take place in complete safety and will therefore give participants the opportunity to present the new programs to a market ready to accept them, together with users who are strongly eager to return to travel as before and more than before.
"Edition number 24 will certainly go down in history because it will see us all involved in the management of a new world for tourism, with a more modern and effective approach - adds de Negri - It will be the show of great emotions in seeing us united again, to make network, welcome suggestions and food for thought, discuss new ideas and explore new ways of communication, discover new links and certainly find ourselves more ready to face the challenge of the moment together! ".
The postponement of BMT 2021 to May will not involve any changes to the program of thematic workshops, conferences and conferences and will be implemented by several innovations conceived by de Negri in these months of forced rest and reflections. The innovations will be announced shortly, these are novelties made possible by the uniqueness of the BMT which will probably be the closest event to the awaited reopening of the national and international tourism market.