Second Macedonian travel market


More than 150 tourism workers, representatives of travel agencies, hotels, restaurants, wineries, museums, tour guides, transporters, students and government officials will take part at the second Macedonian Travel Market, held in Skopje on December 21-22.

The event, organized by the National Association for Incoming Tourism of Macedonia (NAITM), will focus on state of affairs and perspectives of incoming tourism.

"It is time for incoming tourism to get its deserved place in our society as an export-oriented industry. NAITM needs wind at its back to properly position Macedonia at the regional and European market. The apple producer cannot be in the same basket as the apple importer. This is the same with the incoming and outgoing tourism. One means import, the other export", NAITM president Vlatko Sulev told MIA.

The Macedonian Travel Market aims to network different stakeholders of incoming tourism, focus on the business needs, and work on adapting to the needs of foreign and domestic guests in line with latest global trends. The market will also detect the problems that the sector is faced with, such as environmental, legal, administrative, as well as offer solutions.

The inaugural travel market was held last year, bringing together about 80 representatives of travel agencies, hotels, restaurants, wineries, museums, tour guides, transporters, Macedonian Orthodox Church and institutions. 

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