ITB 2009 - Successful Destinations
Events - ITB 2009 - Successful Destinations


Tourism Intelligence International once again invites you to our panel
presentation "Best practice destination management: Lessons from the
Leaders" at ITB (International Tourism Exchange) in Berlin on Wednesday,
11th March 2009 from 13:30 to 14:30 hrs. Admission free.
This session will be co-hosted by ITB Convention and Tourism Intelligence
International and draws on the Tourism Intelligence International's key
report: "Successful Tourism Destinations - Lessons from the Leaders".
"Successful Tourism Destinations - Lessons from the Leaders" is a "one of a
kind" resource. It is a practical easy-to-read, down-to-earth report for
anyone wanting to know what makes a tourism destination successful. The 11
destinations analysed are:
- Australia
- Barbados
- Costa Rica
- Dubai
- France
- Ireland
- Jamaica
- Mauritius
- Singapore
- South Africa
- Thailand
Our first-class panel in Berlin includes Sindiswa Nhlumayo, Deputy Director
General of Tourism Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) Charter Council,
Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism from South Africa and Maria
Revelo, Deputy Manager and Director of Marketing of ICT (Instituto
Costarricense de Turismo) from Costa Rica. Speakers from Mauritius and
Australia are also being confirmed.
Come and find out what makes these destinations successful; what challenges
have they faced?; How have they overcome these challenges?; And what others
can learn from their experiences.
Our 300+ page Report, "Successful Tourism Destinations Lessons from the
Leaders" is only available from Tourism Intelligence International, and
costs Euros 1299 per copy. Each country report can be purchased
individually at 299 Euros and the executive summary at 499 Euros (delivered


Download a copy of the Table of Contents for Successful Destinations to get an insight on the extent of analysis done in this report.

Purchase a copy of the report here.

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