The 2nd Assembly of the Zadar County Tourist Board was held in the Zadar City Hall, at which the mandate for five new representatives of local tourist boards was confirmed: Sofija Torbarina Ruljančić (Sukošan Municipality Tourist Board), Tomislav Mikulić, (Bibinje Municipality Tourist Board), Ivan Perinić (Vrsi Municipality Tourist Board) ), Boris Lonić (Kukljica Municipality Tourist Board) and Toni Antišin (Preko Municipality Tourist Board). When we talk about Zadar County, it is important to point out that last year a new brand identity of Zadar County was presented, as well as a recent important survey conducted in 2018 on tourists using low-cost airlines who stayed in Zadar County. Find out more in the attachment. Zadar County Prefect Božidar Longin announced the recent official opening of the Gaženica port passenger terminal, which should bring a new qualitative step forward to our tourism, and especially stressed the importance of the recently signed tripartite agreement to expand Zadar Airport capacity, including runway extension, construction of a new parking lot and expansion. passenger buildings. The project is worth almost 500 million kuna, and the project documentation is being prepared. Golden pen in Zadar County RELATED NEWS: Zadar County and the city of Zadar will host the event “Golden Pen”, which will be held from 4-7. April 2019. On this occasion, the Croatian National Tourist Board will gather the best foreign tourist journalists and directors of CNTB offices and award the best reports. The event will be held during the “Tuna & Sushi Festival”, so the participants of the “Golden Pen” will visit the Festival. The presentation emphasized, among other things, the key points of product development with the greatest development potential (cultural and experiential, active, rural, nautical), the continuation of new long-term product development projects and additional offers (Development of cyclo-tourist destination, Development of regional Destination Management company) and the project Labeling quality in family accommodation “Welcome” which currently has about 300 members. The director of the Zadar County Tourist Board, Mihaela Kadija, stated that the total revenues in 2018 amounted to HRK 7.066.000, which is 3% more than planned. The largest part of 65% is income from the sojourn tax in the amount of HRK 5.599.000. When the transferred revenues from previous years are added to that, the Community had a total of HRK 8.683.000 at its disposal. Total expenses were realized in the amount of HRK 6.877.000. At the end of 2018, a surplus of revenues of HRK 1.806.000 was generated, which is necessary, as every year, for the functioning of the office and the execution of activities in the first six months until the beginning of the inflow of revenues in the summer months. Attachment: Report on the work program of the Zadar County Tourist Board for 2018 RESEARCH: THE SUN AND THE SEA ARE NO LONGER THE MAIN MOTIVE FOR THE ARRIVAL OF TOURISTS IN ZADAR AND ZADAR COUNTY NEW MEMBERS OF ZADAR COUNTY TU TOURIST COUNCIL ELECTED
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Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) president, Captain Horace Burrell, has disclosed that contracts have been sent out to members of the senior men’s national football squad, thus addressing one of the grievances the Reggae Boyz had at the start of the second round of World Cup Qualifying last month.On the eve of the start of Jamaica’s second-round World Cup campaign on Friday, November 13, the country’s players had reportedly become restive about unresolved contract issues. An agreement in principle was reached at the eleventh hour and Jamaica played the match, which they lost 0-2 in a lacklustre performance.Burrell expressed hope that the matter has now been put to rest.”Contracts have gone out to our players and those contracts are expected to be signed at the soonest, so we certainly hope that the next time around we will not have the kind of problems we faced the last time around,” the president said.”We need funds for taking care of airfare for our players. I recall the general secretary telling me that the last bill, over the last three months, we have spent just over J$30 million on airfares alone for players,” Captain Burrell said.It is estimated that the JFF will need close to J$ 1 billion to finance its World Cup campaign to Russia in 2018. Burrell revealed that the harsh economic time the country has been enduring is largely to blame. Sponsors, he said, have been coming on board, but not in ways that will have a great impact on the funding required for the World Cup campaign.”There are challenges, and we are trying to deal with the challenges,” he said.
Australia’s largest hotel operator, AccorHotels is pleased to announce it has signed an agreement with the Australia India Travel & Tourism Council (AITTC) to further strengthen the opportunities for promoting tourism between Australia and India.As part of the new partnership, AITTC will endorse AccorHotels market-leading Optimum Service Standards program for Indian visitation.AITTC will facilitate a service training program to help AccorHotels staff better understand cultural practices and learn basic greetings so they can respectfully serve these guests. Training is expected to commence in Sydney and Brisbane this August and AITTC will issue hotels with a certificate of accreditation once completed.AccorHotels launched its Optimum Service Standards for Indian visitation program to better cater to the specific cultural needs and growing numbers of Indian travellers to Australia and New Zealand.Accredited hotels have adopted services to meet the needs of this emerging travel market including the translation of hotel welcome kits, menus and business cards, Indian meals in the restaurant, Indian adaptor plugs, TV channels and newspapers to make guests travelling from India feel at home.In addition, AITTC and AccorHotels will be working together on promoting both inbound tourism from India as well as outbound opportunities to India.AITTC plays an important role in the industry by presenting a suitable platform for interested parties to connect, communicate, consult and collaborate on matters related to Australia – India travel and tourism.“Our goal is to see growth in bilateral tourism and this partnership with AccorHotels, which has strong presence in both India and Australia, so it will be win-win for both organisations,” says Sandip Hor, Chairman of AITTC.Chief Operating Officer, AccorHotels Pacific, Simon McGrath said, “We have been very fortunate to develop a great relationship with the Australia India Travel & Tourism Council, and look forward to working with them to better equip our hotels with the skills and knowledge to welcome visitors from India.“Since the launch of the Indian Service Standards our hotels have experienced an increase in growth from this market, and in particular incentive groups have been on the rise over recent months, a trend we expect to continue,” concluded Mr McGrath.Source = AccorHotels