Our professional meetings in 2016

Our professional meetings in 2016

Organized in Canada

  • Destination France 2016:

    In 2016, Destination France will return from February 22nd to the 25th and will travel to Québec City, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. This series of workshop events is intended for travel agents, tour operators and media. Air France-KLM is the sponsor airline.

  • February 22nd in Québec City, February 23rd in Montreal, February 24th in Toronto, February 25th in Vancouver.

 

Organized in France

  • Grand Ski:

    Grand Ski is the professional meeting place regarding French mountains and the winter sports tourist offer.
    Attending Grand Ski gives tour operators and specialized agencies a unique opportunity to settle or strengthen contacts, increase trade activity and prepare the next winter season.

    Next meet-up: January 26th and 27th, 2016 in Chambery (Rhône-Alps).

  • Rendez-vous en France tradeshow:

    The 1st international professional travel market, Rendez-vous en France gives tour operators from around the world a two-day opportunity to develop contacts and increase commercial activity. Over 600 French exhibitors and 900 buyers are attending.
    Next meet-up: Montpellier and the Languedoc-Roussillon region will welcome the 11th edition of the Rendez-vous en France Travel Market, on April 5 and 6th, 2016.
    http://www.rendezvousenfrance.pro/en/home

  • Red, White & Blue:

    An incentive trip for business planners in partnership with the Paris Ile-de-France regional tourism committee.
    Date: to be confirmed

  • Destination Vignobles 2016

    The 7th edition of Destination Vignobles will take place in Reims on October 11th & 12th, 2016.
    Atout France will be inviting Destination Vignobles’ participants to discover another capital of French wine tourism: Reims (region of Champagne).
    This event, whose aim is to promote French wines and spirits among international actors in the wine tourism, will provide a unique opportunity for them to discover the Champagne Destination, whose vineyards have been registered in the UNESCO’s heritage since July 2015.
    The previous edition took place in 2014 in Lyon, and had gathered 148 tour-operators from over 44 countries, and 120 professionals representing the 17 French vineyards.
  • France Meeting Hub:

    France Meeting Hub aims to strengthen the position of France in the industry of meet and greets and professional events.
    International buyers can attend the workshop to facilitate the cooperation with French professionals from every tourist region and overseas territories. Attendees can choose to join a pre-tour, and discover the greeting possibilities and business tourism potential specific to host region.