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- What’s New at RVC+ 2022
For over 45 years, Rendez-vous Canada (RVC) has developed a reputation as Canada’s premier marketplace for the tourism industry. In 2021, we hosted a virtual format of this signature event, providing a critical opportunity to connect our industry with international and domestic buyers, helping support the recovery and resilience of our sector.
The RVC Management Team has reviewed the thoughtful feedback provided by participants following RVC+ regarding the future of the show. Along with other considerations, this feedback has helped inform our decision to move forward with a hybrid RVC+ event for 2022. The new format will bring back in-person attendance, while also incorporating a virtual component, creating opportunities for more of the industry to engage and make appointments with international buyers, travel trade media and Destination Marketing Companies (DMC).
The in-person portion of RVC+ 2022 will be a buyer-seated marketplace taking place in Toronto, Ontario. May 24 – 27 2022. This will be Canada’s RVC and hosted by Destination Canada and the Tourism Industry Association of Canada. With RVC+ 2022, we are creating an exciting opportunity to welcome international buyers back to Canada and showcase the beauty of this country, as well as the truly meaningful travel experiences on offer across each province and territory. As such, we will be encouraging all provinces and territories to host pre- and post-FAMs for our international buyers.
Register today! The Early Bird Special on registration rates has been extended to March 18, 2022. See you there!
Forge new contacts and strengthen existing partnerships, gain the inside track on Canadian tourism and where it’s headed, expand your network, and learn new and creative ways to market Canada to a global audience through Destination Canada’s innovative, research-driven marketing programs.Learn More
Join a small number of select of domestic and international travel trade media to share story ideas and the latest news from across Canada’s tourism industry.