Argentina’s largest community level tourism event, Encuentro Federal de Municipios Turísticos, will be held November 18 -19 in the city of Salta. The trade event, sponsored by Red Federal de Turismo de Argentina. This trade event is directed toward provincial and municipal level Tourism Directors, NGO representatives, academics and students, representatives of the tourism and hotel industry, and those with a vested interest in the tourism development of the most important tourist destinations throughout Argentina.
This year the meeting will be held in the city of Salta, selected for being one of the municipalities that receives the largest number of tourists who visit Argentina every year.
A metropolis that has grown considerably in recent years given its positioning as a tourist destination par excellence thanks to the implementation of an effective campaign to promote it, the backing of governmental authorities and a boost from the private sector.
An annual event that intends to enable a channel for the presentation and debate to reflect upon the experience of varying destinations in tourism management in order to promote shared learning and the distribution of knowledge.
This gathering has three specific objectives:
On the first day of the event, the following topics will be discussed:
The following topics will be discussed during the second day:
Besides the two day program above, spaces will be provided to foster the debate and exchange of ideas and points of views.
Among the exhibitors, entrepreneurs and industry leaders, such as Analia Bauselo, representing Instituto Argentino de Normalización y Certificació; Fernando Garcia Soria, Argentina’s Secretary of Tourism; Victor Pizarro, CEO of Berry Whale; and, Pablo Sgubini, specialist in tourism sustainability indicators and organizer of this event, among others.
If you are in Argentina, don’t miss this interesting event that has excellent agenda, with in-depth discussions of what is happening in the region.
For more information visit their website: www.redfederaldeturismo.com and visit their Facebook page: Federal Tourism Network