Forum seeks strategies to boost Dominican Republic’s vibrant tourism
Santo Domingo.- Dominican Republic’s Euro-Chamber of Commerce, with the European Union Delegation’s support will host on the “Dominican Republic: Tourist Multi-destination Attraction” forum on April 6, to bring together country’s key tourism sector representatives to discuss future strategies.
The forum aims to analyze Dominican tourism’s current situation, its business and social realities, and join efforts to project a common strategy to bolster bilateral ties between the Dominican Republic and the European Union in that area.
Euro-chamber president Hans Witsenboer said tourism is still one of the Dominican economy key engines and the importance to accelerate its growth and competitiveness by strengthening the tourism offer for visitors, and continue to develop the sector and prepare for new markets, such as China.
He said among the forum topics figure the restructuring of tourism to diversify and adjust to seasonal demand, promote innovation and use of ICT within the sector and maximize the promotion of Dominican Republic’s various options, including gastronomy, eco-tourism, medical tourism, conferences, sports, cultural, religion, cruise ships, “and of course, our extensive kilometers of white sand and crystalline beaches and to position the Dominican Republic as our region’s hub.”
The event will bring together key government officials, business leaders and international cooperation agencies to the event that will take place at the JW Marriott Hotel in the capital.
April 1, 2016
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