Rendez-vous Canada (RVC) is Canada’s premier international tourism marketplace. Four days. More than 1,500 tourism professionals. Twelve minutes to promote or discover unique Canadian experiences. The potential for hundreds of millions of dollars for Canadian tourism business. ATAC will be attending RVC with 35 small, medium and larger Aboriginal tourism businesses representing every province and territory in Canada.
The TIANB Annual Summit is New Brunswick’s premier tourism event and the only one of its kind in New Brunswick. Held over two days, the TIANB Annual Summit is not only an event to celebrate outstanding successes from the tourism industry, but also a gathering of more than 250 tourism operators and partners from around the province who come to share, learn, communicate and network. ATAC CEO Keith Henry will be presenting.
GoMedia Canada is about experiencing the best of Canada; it embodies the heart and soul of Canadian storytelling. The annual event connects top Canadian and international travel media and influencers with provincial, territorial and regional Canadian tourism organizations, major hotel properties, attractions and transportation companies. Hosted by a different Canadian destination each year, the marketplace features one-to-one meetings, pre/post and regional tours, professional development opportunities and networking events.
Showcase Canada Asia is an annual event bringing together Canadian sellers and buyers from China and South Korea in a business exchange environment with a proven format of pre-scheduled appointments and networking events.
The International Aboriginal Tourism Conference was created to provide attendees with multiple opportunities to find beneficial and collaborative partnerships, with the ultimate goal of building capacity across Canada, broadening global networks, and sharing best practices for Aboriginal tourism development. Participants are offered workshops on Aboriginal tourism experience development, share Aboriginal tourism industry research and marketing strategies, and present on key strategies to support growing local capacity for Aboriginal communities.