Digital Influencers & Bloggers

  • Digital Influencers' & Bloggers' guide to WTM London

    Digital influencers (including bloggers) can register to attend World Travel Market London as media to gain access to valuable resources. Capture news and create content easily during the show with an equipped working area in the Media Centre, and stay aware of what’s going on with the WTM and exhibitor press releases, photo library, and Media Diary of Events.

    Arrange more appointments and meetings with entry to all three days of the show.

  • Digital Influencers' Speed Networking

    Apply be one of 120 digital influencers selected to take part in quick mini-meetings with exhibitors to explore ways you can work together in the future.

    This event is for independent, self-employed bloggers who wish to represent themselves. The event is not suited to those who blog for or wish to represent a travel company.

    Applications for Digital Influencers' Speed Networking are now closed

  • What should I expect if selected?

    You will meet exhibitors from World Travel Market London who specifically want to meet and work with digital influencers. Last year saw around 300 exhibitors take part and these were primarily tourist boards, their representatives and travel brands.

    We ask all digital influencers taking part to be seated no later than 10 minutes before the start time.

    You’ll be asked to choose three categories that best suit your content. The first category is the one we will place you in to. Bloggers cover a variety of niches and target a diverse audience, so we seat bloggers in one main category, e.g. Luxury travel, adventure travel or food travel. This simplifies the process and helps exhibitors to find bloggers who meet their needs.

    On occasion we do reserve the right to seat bloggers in a category that best fits the needs of our exhibitors.

  • Why do you allocate £48 from my card?

    It is standard procedure at all our networking events, across our many exhibitions to ring fence an amount of money from each participant in order to reserve each networking place. We ring fence they money in a similar way that a hotel might allocate money upon arrival, we never actually take it from your card.

    The money is always released if you attend or if you are not successful in applying for a place at the event. As each place is particularly valuable we do this in order to guarantee attendance.

    The only time we will take the money is non-attendance at the event.

  • When will I know if I am successful?

    We will notify every applicant after the application period closes to communicate whether they have been successful or not. Those that have not been successful will see the £48 charge on their credit card removed.

  • Tools for Digital Influencers

  • WTM London Media Diary of Events

    Know what exhibitors are showcasing to find angles and opportunities for future trips and coverage.



    View Media Diary of Events
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    Industry and Global Trends Reports

    Plan future content with the information given in the Industry and Global Trends reports.
    Trends present a great opportunity to engage with brands and destinations you may not otherwise work with.

    View Industry report
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    Press Releases

    Read WTM and exhibitor press releases to discover stories and possible opportunities for future collaboration. Especially useful for niche bloggers, knowing what’s going on means you can approach the exhibitor for potential coverage at a later date.

    View Press Releases
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  • Press Centre

    The Press Centre at WTM London has various resources and feature areas to make it easy for press visitors to stay informed and get coverage of what’s happening in the travel industry.

    View features

    Looking for online resources?

    Access WTM and exhibitor press releases, reports, official publications, images, media partners and the Media Diary of events in our online media centre.

    View resources

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