El Salvador Bets on Convention Tourism
The government prioritizes making the International Fair and Conventions Center into a first-class hub for the Central American region.
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Carmen Molina writes in ElSalvador.com: "The Minister of Tourism and the president of the organization, Rubén Rochi, said yesterday that they are in the process of awarding the bid to a consultant who can help Cifco create the 'most appropriate business model' to achieve this goal.
Tourism companies propose to boost the capabilities of the Destination Marketing Organization bureau and turn it into a public-private entity separate from the ATP.
The countries of the region are compete for organizing events and conferences whose participants spend on average $1,200 per day.
The country has potential to become a destination for regional and international conventions.
Professional operators of Congresses and Conventions promoted benefits organizing international events in El Salvador.
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