An event & cocktail reunited the members of Skal International Monaco at the Hermitage Hotel in mid- January.
SKÅL International is a professional organisation of tourism leaders that counts more than 15.000 members distributed in 365 clubs throughout 83 nations in the 5 continents.
Monaco Club reunites the institutional and private leaders in the tourism and cultural field of the Principality.
This event marked the beginning of this new year to announce the 2017 program and also to make the point about the successful 77th Skal International World Congress that has been organized by the Monaco Club.
In fact some 550 travel industry professionals gathered in Monaco from 29th October to 2nd November 2016 under the theme Game Changers: New Frontiers in Travel & Tourism
During four days Travel and Tourism executives coming from 5 Continents exchanged ideas, information and expertize to anticipate business trends and build new success stories.
In the afternoon of Sunday October 30th, 2016 the event opened its doors to the local tourism and travel operators that benefited from great presentations from industry experts and speakers like Guy Antognelli, Deputy General Manager of Monaco Government Tourist and Convention Authority,
who talked about “ How has Monaco become a successful luxury brand” and Nick Danziger, Traveller, photographer, author and documentary film-maker who took us “Beyond Forbidden Frontiers”. Also they were able to attend a Business to Business session where local and international suppliers presented their latest products and services.
About Skal International
SKÅL International membership provides a privileged access to a network of high level professionals managing hotels, air carriers, tour operators, travel agents, transports companies, etc. With this connection is easy to find the right partner to develop your projects around the World.
For Young Professionals in the field, SKÅL International offers the invaluable opportunity to develop their international career by enabling them to connect with the executives who are looking for talents.
For more information visit www.skal.org