A new exhibitor pavilion at the Travel Tech Show at WTM will feature 14 firms new to the event this year.
Among the firms making their debut at the annual trade show in London on November 2-5 are customer experience and service specialists SDL and Virtual Service Solutions.
Also exhibiting for the first time is iPortfolio Inc, a company that has created a guidebook app called Travalloon, a pioneering content platform for e-Guidebooks, Video clips and social networking.
ButlerPad, a virtual concierge hospitality application that enables guests to directly contact hotel departments via their smartphones, tablets or PCs will also be in the pavilion.
The New Exhibitor Pavilion will be 20% bigger this year than when launched two years ago, it will be sponsored by Octorate, a cloud based all-in-one hotel booking software company.
Fabrizio Scuppa, managing director of information technologies at Octorate said: “Octorate hopes to meet with accommodation providers and destinations from around the world, and is looking forward to attending the wide variety of networking events that run alongside the Travel Tech Show at WTM. I have no doubt the four days will be extremely productive for us”.
As well as new exhibitors WTM has announced it will see the return of past customers who have re-signed for 2015.
These include: TripAdvisor, CodeGen, Illusions Online, Pegasus Solutions, Comtec, Open Destinations, Digital Trip Ltd, eMax Revenue and eviivo.
Independent telecom provider, Tellink will be exhibiting for the third year running to promote their unique traveller SIM card to global tour operators and travel agents.
Jo Marshall, sales manager of The Travel Tech Show at WTM, said: “The growth of the Travel Tech Show at WTM has been phenomenal and the variety and quality of new exhibitors joining the event reinforces the decision to make it a stand-alone event in its own right.
“The Travel Tech Show at WTM offers travel and hospitality technology suppliers the perfect platform to promote their products.”
WTM claims to have attracted almost 11,300 attendees last year who were interested in purchasing technology, an 8.3% increase on 2014.