Below are some of the questions that our medias ask frequently about Inter Tourism Expo Accra, (iNTTA2021) We hope you find them useful.
We are interested to become a media partner for Inter Tourism Expo Accra. Who do we get in touch with?
Thank you for your ongoing support for iNTTA2021. Please feel free to get in touch with our Marketing team at email@example.com for further guidance.
I am interested in becoming a hosted journalist for iNTTA 2021. How do I submit my application for hosted media?
It’s mandatory to be a media partner of ITB India to qualify for a hosted journalist. Please feel free to contact our Marketing Team at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the application process.
We are a media partner of iNTTA 2021. Does this mean we automatically hold accredited media status for iNTTA 2021?
As a media partner, you will still need to register to apply for a pass for Inter Tourism Expo Accra. You would receive an email from our Marketing Team at email@example.com to register.
For non-media partner of iNTTA 2021, you may pre-register as accredited media online closer to the show date. Alternatively, you may register on-site with proof of your journalist/editorial position during the show.
Editors and journalists interested in attending iNTTA 2021 are entitled to a media pass. However, proof of their status as a valid media would be required for the application. Interested parties may pre-register prior to the event or on-site during the event days
A media pass would provide journalists and editors access to 3 days of the show including entry to the exhibition hall, conferences and press conferences. Medias would also be able to access the media center in the hall.
You may preregister as accredited media online closer to the show date. Alternatively, you may register on-site with proof of your journalist/editorial position during the show.
The online link to pre-register for media accreditation will be open in July. Please emails at firstname.lastname@example.org for any updates.