World Travel Writers Conference Inaugurates at Bandos Maldives
World Travel Writers Conference kicks off today 17th September morning at Bandos Maldives.
Minister of Tourism, Mr. Moosa Zameer attended the inaugural ceremony, speaking at the ceremony, the minister noted that it was an honor to launch the conference organized by Maldives TV. He also stressed on how Maldives TV has been a remarkable platform to promote Maldives tourism to the global market.
Moreover, He openly invited all writers across the globe to join hands together to promote the Maldives and added that he believes this conference would be the first of many such conferences.
Director Marketing & E-Commerce of PSM, Mr. Ibrahim Nasreen, in his remarks at the opening he stressed on how the conference is making the impossible possible and noted the great initiative by Maldives TV.
With a total of 19 travel writers, bloggers, Instagrammers, and vloggers along with tourism operators from ten different countries of the world mainly focus on to promote the country’s tourism to a broader market.
The conference is expected to open a lot of opportunities to the tourism business operators of Maldives to advertise their products and services at a valuable cost to a wider audience and feature Maldives on a channel designated for the country.
Through five keynote speeches and three-panel discussions by travel experts, the conference aims to understand the importance and impact of travel writing on businesses and its growth.
Prominent brands like Adaaran, Coco, Bandos, MACL, Hotel Jen, Qatar Airlines along with Tourism Ministry and Economic Ministry proudly partnered with Maldives TV on organizing the conference. Several high-profile corporations like MATI, Maldives Getaways, Liveaboard Association of Maldives with government entities like Maldives Customs, Immigration are also included in the event.
Other partners include Maldives Insider, MVHOTELS, Viva Private Limited and Print Lab Maldives.
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