The tourism board's UK director, Tolene van der Merwe, took to WTM to hail praise on the trade and celebrate Malta's success.
Ahead of its winter reopening, director of sales Michelle Serra spotlighted the property's newfound synergy with the neighbouring Margaritaville Beach Resort, and revelled in the brand and local community's excitement for the return of British Colonial Nassau.
The Tunisian National Tourist Office's deputy director general, Jamel Bouzid, explained how trade partners have been, and will be, so key to Tunisia's return and growth as a key tourist destination.
It’s all about the culture for Gibraltar as Christian Santos, Minister of Tourism for the destination, took to the WTM stage with special guest Esme Young to talk about the unique cultural offering Gibraltar boasts.
The destination is well and truly back on the radar after its first WTM appearance in more than 10 years, and Tracy Berkeley, CEO of Bermuda Tourism Authority, highlighted the importance of Bermuda shining in the spotlight.
With 28 hotels across Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Japan, ambition is on the cards for Cross, with a five-year vision to rise to a 100-strong portfolio by 2028.