Tourism: ITB Berlin 2018 attracted around 110,000 trade visitors

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Over a period of five days, during ITB Berlin 2018, more than 10,000 companies and organisations from 186 countries and regions exhibited their products to visitors in 26 halls on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds. The ITB Berlin is the world’s largest tourism trade fair. The companies represented at the fair include hotels, tourist boards, tour operators, system providers, airlines and […]

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Tourism: Woman’s Day At ITB In Berlin Saw Lela Krstevska From Macedonia Endorse Alain St.Ange For UNWTO Elections

Indian Ocean Islands supportGeneral, St Ange Tourism

Woman’s Day 2017 at ITB in Berlin was the occasion for the IIPT India to hold the 2nd Edition of the successful “Celebrating Her” Conference in the Palais Am Funkturm. Following that conference many gathered on the Seychelles Stand at ITB to see Lela Krstevska formally present Alain St.Ange, the former Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine of […]

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Uganda signs up 3 companies as Tourism Reps in America and Europe

President Yoweri Museveni today handed over marketing contracts to Tim Henshall, the managing director of Kamageo and Hanna Kleber, the CEO/managing director of KPRN at State House Entebbe. Three marketing firms PHG for North America, Kamageo for UK and Ireland, and KPRN for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, are to represent Uganda in the respective travel markets at a total cost […]

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Ghana’s visa on arrival policy will boost tourism-Minister

The Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare has described government’s decision to issue visa on arrival to citizens of the African Union (AU) as an opportunity to boost investments in the country. Ghana is to start issuing visa on arrival to citizens of all 54 AU member countries from July 2016. President John Mahama disclosed this during […]

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Safe and seamless travel, technology and sustainability: priorities for tourism

Ensuring safe and seamless travel, enhancing the opportunities brought by technology and accelerating the shift towards a more sustainable sector are the priorities for the sector said UNWTO Secretary-General, Taleb Rifai, opening the 50th edition of ITB Berlin. (Berlin, Germany, 8 March 2016). Referring to the issue of tourism and security, he said: “Global challenges demand global solutions and tourism […]

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Zimbabwe expects 100 000 German tourists

By Pauline Mhuka ZIMBABWE is targeting 100 000 tourists from the German market by 2020 in line with the National Tourism Blueprint which is pushing for a $5 billion sector. Germany is the world’s largest outbound travel market with 76 million travellers each year and over half the German population takes at least one holiday abroad each year. And data […]

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