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Zagreb: 2nd Worldwide Summit of Presidents of Travel Agencies Associations

10.09.2014
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2nd Worldwide Summit of Presidents of Travel Agencies Associations “Vision 2020 – Global changes and the Future of Travel Agencies”, November 6 – 8, 2014, the Hotel Sheraton Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia

The Second Worldwide Summit of Presidents of Travel Agencies will be held in Zagreb on November 6-8, bringing together more than 300 participants who are to discuss the future of travel agencies in the period until 2020 in the light of global changes. All tourism industry professionals are invited to register at uhpa.hr.

The event is co-organized by the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies (UHPA) and Spanish Confederation of Travel Agencies (CEAV) in partnership and collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Croatia, Croatian National Tourist Board, the Zagreb Tourist Board and other partners.

The 2nd Summit will be organised around three panels:

·         The freedom of Travel – Balancing security needs with freedom of travel

·         Tourism & Travel Distribution: The Travel Agent's Perspective

·         International Tourism and the future of air transport

The panel sessions are intended to provide interesting content and exchange of views on global issues that concern the distribution of travel and tourism products, as well as an opportunity to network with the travel industry professionals from all over the world.

Zagreb, the capital of the Republic of Croatia, one of the oldest European cities, will host more than 300 participants from all parts of the world - Europe, North & South America, Africa, Asia and Australia.

The 2nd Worldwide Summit will bring together the Presidents of world leading business associations, travel industry professionals and experts, business owners, government officials, representatives of National Tourist Boards, scientists, researchers, media representatives and many others.

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