Clareville, a London Public Relations and Communications consultant, and Social Media Chefs, led by social media expert Miguel Neves, have partnered to offer a "comprehensive and coordinated service" to destinations, venues, hotels and event technology experts, a press release reads.
These three new routes will begin in April next year.
The event will take place at Dolce CampoReal, from 5th to 7th October.
Next CTM will be held in the Cambodian capital from 11th to 13th October.
Also competing were Paris and Barcelona, but Porto was the city chosen to host next year's largest textile congress in the world, the International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF), which will take place from 20th to 22nd October 2019.
Turismo de Portugal (TP) is launching a website dedicated to the domestic supply of "Cycling" and "Walking" (bicycle and hiking) to position the country as an international destination of excellence in this kind of tourist experiences.