PTM 2018 launches a mobile application with useful data for the participants

With the purpose to improve the participants' experience in Peru Travel Mart - PTM 2018, the National Tourism Chamber (Camara Nacional de Turismo - CANATUR) has developed a mobile application that will allow entering to all the event's information, such as: to schedule appointments, participants' directory, blueprint, scanned documents, recommended sites, notifications and reminders.
This platform is available for both iOS and Android systems (compatible with iOS 8.1 and Android 4.0 versions) and can be downloaded from Google Play and App Store by the participants.
The features of the new PTM 2018 app are the following:
- Event's blueprint (image): will allow finding easily an expositor, including by his name.
- Appointments, information about each participant.
- Vendors and Buyers directory.
- Recommended sites, "Passport".
- Activities Program by date.
- Push notifications to the participants in the event.
- Sponsors' directory.

The participants can download the app from the following links:
For accessing the app, the participant enterprises must enter the User and Password created by the system during registration time.

PTM is a strictly professional business round that is held and developed in our country since 1987. Since then, it gathers hundreds of both domestic and foreign entrepreneurs, who are interested in marketing Peru as a destination.
The 2018 edition of this important tourist event will be held on April 27 through 30 at the Centro de Convenciones de Lima.
Last year, during PTM 2017, 135 wholesale agencies and tour operators from 33 countries participated in the event, who held working sessions with 134 domestic enterprises who were in charge of presenting all our tourist offer.
During the event, over 7 thousand business meetings were concretized, thus generating business negotiations for S/145 million for the next twelve months, which represented a 10% increase regarding the past edition. This year's figures are expected to surpass those ones from 2017.