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Product Creation & Commercialisation of Slow Tourism
The Confederation of Egyptian European Business Associations in cooperation with the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce is cordially inviting you to the Med Pearls Slow Tourism Training.

Slow Tourism (ST) is an international trend, that is especially attractive for the European markets, with a focus on Germany, France, UK, the Netherlands, USA and Sweden.

Slow Tourism invites travellers to explore areas and sites at a reduced pace, one that is sustainable and responsible in celebration, respect and appreciation of the places, people, traditions and heritage which truly define a local area and enriches its community. ST is seen as the current cutting edge trend in tourism worldwide and offers promising opportunities for countries like Egypt with its rich heritage, culture and history.

If you are interested to learn more about this new tourism trend -and how to market specific packages - you are cordially invited to the upcoming two-day online training that is held within the EU funded ENI CBC MED Med Pearls Project on the 13th & 20th of December 2020 on Slow Tourism product creation, commercialisation and communication of slow tourism packages.

The trainer, Mr. Karim El Minabawy is a highly experienced trainer in the field of tourism trends and marketing. He is President of EMECO Group, former president of Euromic and long-time member of the Society of Incentive & Travel Executive (Site).

Following the training, CEEBA will issue a call for proposals to qualified applicants for the creation and implementation of new Slow Tourism products. Details of the call for proposals, that is offering a grant to four Egyptian DMCs, will be presented during the workshop.

To learn more about slow tourism, the Med Pearls project and how you can take your organization to the next level, register here to join the 2 x 3-hour online training.
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