Nepal shines at EMITT, Istanbul, Turkey
२५ माघ २०७५, शुक्रबार १२:०१
Nepal Tourism Board,
The 23rd edition of East Mediterranean International Tourism and Travel Exhibition (EMITT), held at Istanbul Turkey between 31 January 2019 and 3 February 2019 ended with fruitful business networking sessions wherein Nepal made its strong presence showcasing the tourism products that serve the need of Turkish visitors. Nepal bagged “The Most Cooperative Stand of EMITT 2019” award in the fair.
Turkey, with growing outbound, and backed by strong land connections, has emerged as a good source markets for many Asian destinations in recent years and Nepal is one of these. Nepal Tourism Board is putting its all efforts to tap the potential of this market. Participation in the EMITT is one of such efforts Nepal Tourism Board has been putting in last few years. “Nepal Tourism Board is eyeing for emerging destinations and Turkey has been added to this list. Nepal will look for more new source markets expanding its presence with good marketing strategies in the eve of Visit Nepal Year 2020” says Deepak Raj Joshi, CEO of Nepal Tourism Board.
At EMITT, NTB made its presence in destination marketing workshops and B2B networking sessions so as to make the participation more effective in terms of establishing the business contacts with the outbound sellers. Efforts were put in to include Nepal in the itineraries of these sellers.
Nepal is well known amidst the visitors and the perception towards the destination has been found to be very positive. Nepal stall alone received nearly about 500+ trade visitors and 10000+ consumers. With daily direct flights between Kathmandu and Istanbul, the visitors to Nepal are on rise. Nepal needs to cater as per the brand promise so that the expectations are met.
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