Cancun is present during the ANATO Tourism Summit 2014
Cancun’s Conventions and Visitor’s Bureau represents destinations in the Mexican Caribbean, amid the ANATO Tourism Summit 2014
The Association of Travel Agencies and Tourism in Colombia, ANATO, is an institution born in 1949 with only four agencies among their members. Currently in its list of union members, there are 600 partner agencies subscribed, who are today, planning strategies to introduce for professional growth in benefit of the consumer.
ANATO celebrates this year its 33rd edition of the ANATO 2014 Tourism Summit which seeks to attract more travelers from around the world, mainly those nations that have free trade agreements with Colombia, like United States, Canada, Mexico, South Korea, Costa Rica and the European Union.
This year’s theme is “Colombia Open to the World”, a scenario where domestic and foreign exhibitors and visitors can carry work meetings, contact and learn more about the 700 products and services that brings together this edition.
The purpose of gathering so many exhibitors from around the world is because through partnerships is how economic benefits for all countries can concrete. Cancun’s CVB was one of the attendees of the summit with the purpose of representing all destinations of the Mexican Caribbean.
Its presence in this edition was also important to maintain the boom of travelers from this destination, because currently there are four flight routes between Cancun and Colombia, which are covered by the Avianca and Copa Airlines.
Likewise, in order to exploit the meeting of several Latin American countries, the CVB will try to stimulate the tourism flow from Argentina which is decreasing due to complications affecting in recent months to its economy.
Along with the ANATO 2014 Tourism Summit also takes place the Colombia Travel Mart, which focus on foreign investors who are interested in the products that the South American country offers to the world.
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