After the great experience of Fitur 2023, Dingus® continues its expeditions to the trade fairs that can best connect us with our customers and business opportunities. Now we are going to Colombia, where we will be present on 22, 23 and 24 February.

We open the agenda of meetings with the Colombian hotel sector, with whom we will be able to meet at the next edition of Vitrina Turística Anato 2023. From 22 to 24 February, the Dingus® sales delegation will attend the 42nd edition of the most important tourism event in Colombia, held in Bogotá and organised once again this year by the Colombian Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies.

Vitrina Turística currently taking place at the International Business and Exhibition Centre-Corferias, brings together all tourism sectors, such as airlines, hoteliers, tour operators, tourist boards and Colombian travel agents, who can learn about, promote and sell their tourism products and services. Similarly, the Anato fair promotes the dynamisation of inbound tourism and the generation of outbound flows to the participating countries. In 2022, it registered more than 27,000 participants in three business days”.

This year’s guest country is the Dominican Republic, another of the destinations, along with Colombia, where Dingus® aims to consolidate its position as a leading provider of tourism technology services and advanced knowledge. We are convinced that “we will accelerate the digitalisation driven by this technology for the tourism sector, offering highly competitive and socially sustainable products to the ecosystem of which we are part”. For this reason, we will carry out an intensive activity to present the new functionalities of analytical platforms such as Dingus®DataHotel to all the hotels and partners we already work with or who are considering joining our proposal, supported by the widest portfolio of connectivity to the priority markets of the territory.

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See you in Bogotá!


Cristina Torres. Corporate communication and media relations