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Colombia was accepted into the World Travel and Tourism Council

Colombia was accepted into the World Travel and Tourism Council

Cartagena, Colombia. Photo: Gary Tognoni/123rf

Colombia will have direct access to the 200 companies that represent 30% of what the tourism industry generates worldwide, will be able to get involved in the development of joint projects, share best practices, and receive information and data made by the international organization, among other benefits.

ProColombia will work hand in hand with the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) now as a member of this organization, one of the most important at the level in international in travel and tourism and focus efforts on removing travel barriers, restoring the confidence of tourists, and providing safe travel.

This membership will facilitate contact with companies worldwide since WTTC represents more than 200 companies that represent 30% of the income that the industry generates in the world: “We will have access to the main private sector network in the world, which will allow us to leverage commercial opportunities both to attract international tourists and foreign investment projects in tourism,” added Santoro.

Source: TravelDailyNews

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