RP - Middle-East Tourism Relations Strengthened
The Department of Tourism (DoT) has recently appointed Gulf Reps as the country’s trade and media representative and coordinator for the Middle East, with continuous efforts to tap this fast-growing, high-spending market segment, among the emerging source markets for tourism expenditures and investments. Secretary Ace Durano said, “This new development forges stronger tourism links between the Philippines and the Middle East, a niche market whose economic capacity translates to viable investments and spending in our country’s establishments, products, and services.” “Providing unparalleled destination and product representation throughout the Middle East, utilizing strong relationships with the local travel trade and media partners, Gulf Reps has earned the respect of the trade industry in Asia and in Europe,” Durano added.Gulf Reps is proud to note its achievements in making their company ‘second home’ to the travel industry’s best and most passionate travel leaders. Together, their team continues to bring years of knowledge and experience to the field. “We are delighted with this appointment and will be working hard to show our commitment to this beautiful country. Our company …
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Publication information: Article title: RP - Middle-East Tourism Relations Strengthened. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Manila Bulletin. Publication date: August 15, 2009. Page number: Not available. © 2009 Manila Bulletin Publishing Corp. COPYRIGHT 2009 Gale Group.
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