TDDS and FITUR organize the second edition of Fitur Talent from May 19 to 23, 2021, a space dedicated to talent, skills, training and employment in the tourism sector.
Fitur Talent, framed in one of the main tourism fairs worldwide, is your new communication and marketing channel in the world of tourism talent. Both in the exhibitor space and in the Talent Forum (auditorium for 100 people), you will have the opportunity to publicize the range of products and services with which your company or entity contributes to the recovery of tourism.
Fitur Talent is the perfect setting to move forward and continue together the future of training and employment in the tourism sector The stand that can be hired by companies within Fitur Talent has the following characteristics:
• Stand made up of a chipboard panel painted in white.
• Furniture: 1 counter (1.00 x 1.00 x 0.5m), 1 stool (SI72) and 1 base cabinet (1.00 x 0.50 x 0.75m).
• Fair type carpet.
• 1 triple base.
• Lighting through 1 arm led spotlight.
• Electrical panel with differential, magnetothermic and a built-in 500W socket, prepared for a power of 130W / m2.
• Labeling in standardized letters with the exhibitor’s name and stand number.
• Daily cleaning of the stand (type A: once a day).
• Multiferia Insurance and Civil Liability Insurance.
• Minimum electrical energy consumption (0.13kw / m2).
The final cost of the stand, with mandatory marketing and communication items, is € 3,675.10. (IVA and 8% discount already included)
Application for participation in Fitur Talent 2021
This is how the new Digital Health Passport will work
IATA (International Air Transport Association) is expected to launch its free one in March under the name Travel Pass: “It is one more step towards the full recovery of travel. The aim is to give governments the confidence to reopen borders to travelers , based on verified data from tests and vaccinations “, says Santiago Montero, CEO of Aervio. “Whether the IATA Travel Pass is a true lever for the recovery of the sector will depend in the first instance on the degree of acceptance and recognition granted to it by the authorities and the number of airlines that adhere to the initiative”, Marcel Forns clarifies, CEO of Gebta.
The IATA is not the only app on the market. Hi + Card is a digital health passport that can be downloaded in the app stores -it is paid- at the end of March and whose promoter is Antonio López de Ávila, in collaboration with the UNWTO. “These technological tools not only facilitate processes at airports, but also ensure that false certificates are not presented. All passengers are demanding more security measures on flights. The scandal of false certificates cannot be repeated and States must adopt these technologies that ensure their provenance”.
From October 19 to 23 May 2021
FITUR “Special Recovery Tourism”, takes a further step in the organization of content aimed at offering spaces for knowledge and new tools that contribute to the recovery of the tourism industry, in a decisive edition to revitalize its activity, which will be held, on dates exceptional, from May 19 to 23 Madrid Fair. This is the case of its renewed commitment to FITUR TALENT, a monographic space that emphasizes the potential of people, their talent, skills and professional training as growth axes for tourism companies.
And it is that after a 2020 that has caused the loss of millions of tourism jobs around the world, companies face 2021 with the hope of a gradual recovery. Today more than ever they need people prepared to interact with the new tourist, more digitized than ever, demanding with health protocols and concerned about the impact of the company on the environment, and to have the essential knowledge to manage the uncertainty of these times of pandemic.