ITB Berlin, the world’s leading travel trade show, is just around the corner.

There’s lots to see as it’s become the world’s most successful platform for the travel industry. This year is particularly special as it marks the show’s 50th anniversary.

We’re getting ready to pack our bags and head over to the show from the 9th – 12th of March. We’re incredibly excited as we’ll be joining the ranks of industry professionals, experts, and hotel managers attending from across the globe.

Our aim? To connect with hoteliers like you and improve your performance on trivago, the world’s largest hotel metasearch.

But we don’t just want to connect. Visit the trivago stand for a spin at the Wheel of Fortune. We’ve got a limited number of vouchers and prizes that you won’t want to miss out on. And if you’ve got questions or just fancy a chat with us, then come on by to network.

Registration is free and beneficial.

By reserving your spot at the trivago stand now you’ll gain priority at the show. To sign up, please use our Eventbrite page.

Don’t forget to add these details to your calendar after your reservation is confirmed online:

When: 9-12 March 2016

Where: ITB Berlin, Area 9, trivago @ Stand 317

Remember, social media helps get the word out about your hotel. There’s no better time to start using it than now. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter before, during, and after the show. Use #trivagoITB to join in the conversation.

*Note, this is not a sign up for ITB Berlin. To get tickets to the conference, please visit the official ITB website.*

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