CSEBA brings the strongest representatives of the Chinese tourism sector to the region

first_imgSoutheast European Business Association (CSEBA), in cooperation with the event organization company Meritum komunikacije, Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC), the City of Dubrovnik, the Croatian Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian National Tourist Board and the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism of Montenegro since 24. until April 26, organizes the Silk Road Tourism Conference in Dubrovnik, at the Sheraton Dubrovnik Riviera Hotel.This makes the Silk Road Tourism Conference the largest and most important business event that connects major Chinese businessmen with the regional one, in order to strengthen tourism cooperation and related activities. The importance and seriousness of this gathering is confirmed by the fact that the conference, along with representatives of the economy from Croatia and the region, is attended by the largest Chinese tour operators, the Chinese International Chamber of Commerce, which networks about a hundred chambers of commerce. The Silk Road, interested Chinese investors and other stakeholders who follow the tourism industry.It is a clear indicator of the interest of the Chinese business community to perform in the region, because the conference is attended by, among others, Wang Shuai, founder and president of iYAT, the largest Chinese nautical company that promotes with its 10.000 yachts high class travel packages for Chinese boaters around the world. Precisely, Shuai is coming to Croatia this year to expand cooperation with local businessmen, because last year he saw what nautical potentials our coast offers. There is great interest from regional countries for this gathering, but Croatia has strategically jumped because of its geographical position and the strength it has in the tourism segment.Photo: Mario Rendulić, CSEBA”In addition to respected Chinese and regional businessmen, our guests are also visited by the highest representatives of the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC), an organization that connects about a hundred chambers of commerce on the Silk Road, and of which CSEBA has recently become a full member. It is a business club whose targeted activities strengthen the exchange between Western countries and China and accelerate business processes in order to strengthen investment and expand business and, among other things, encourage the arrival of Chinese tourists to the Adriatic. “says Mario Rendulić, President of the Presidency of CSEBA, who with an investment of 30 million kuna in Krapinske Toplice showed what opportunities are open to us through strengthening cooperation with Chinese businessmen.CSEBA points out that they decided to organize such a high-profile business meeting with the success of the 1st Silk Road Tourism Workshop held in early February in Krapinske Toplice, as well as the strong investment pulse that is yet to be expected, especially after the recent decision to build the Peljesac Bridge. be a Chinese company China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC).In the three days of the conference, special emphasis will be placed on the topics of nautical, health and cultural tourism. The plans of SRCIC in Croatia and the region will be presented, as well as the work of the Silk Road Fund, which will invest in the future in several countries in our region. “Croatian tourist capacities are still quite unknown to the Chinese market, and the Croatian tourist sector needs to be well prepared for the reception of Chinese guests who, in addition to cultural specifics, also differ in the use of Chinese communication platforms that have yet to be introduced. In addition, the promotion in the People’s Republic of China requires great organizational and cost efforts, so one of the goals of this gathering was to bring as many relevant Chinese partners as possible to Croatia and the region. ” they conclude from CSEBA and add that a pre-agreement on the shooting of the first Chinese film in Croatia will be signed during the conference.The Silk Road Tourism Conference program is located at www.silkroad.com.hr read more

Katys claims Dressed scalp at Sligo

first_img Winning jockey Keith Donoghue said of Katys Girl: “She jumped very well, she’s tough and she really kept going. I thought going to the second-last I might struggle a bit, but as she heard them coming she kept picking up and won easy in the end. “She’s a bit in and out but when she’s on a going day she’s very good.” Indian Outlook showed his rivals a clean pair of heels to run out a length-and-a-half winner of the Frank O’Beirne Memorial Beginners Chase. The 9-2 chance jumped from fence to fence on his chasing debut under Paul Townend, who kept something up his sleeve to stay on strongly again when favourite Back Off Mate loomed up at the final obstacle. Muzak, also 9-2, brought up a three-timer in the Foley’s Bar & Off Licence Handicap Chase. After hitting the front after the third-last, John Monroe’s grey was challenged, firstly by Instant Impacked and then by Sean Airgead, but he found plenty for pressure to beat the latter by two lengths. Monroe said: “I thought the weight might catch him out today but he’s so game. “We’ll look at going for a good handicap at Fairyhouse at the end of November. He deserves a crack at a big one now.” Dressedtothenines suffered a surprise defeat on her fencing debut in the www.countysligoraces.com Mares Beginners Chase. Eddie Hart’s six-year-old rounded off her last campaign with a defeat of Zaidpour in a Grade Two over timber at the Irish National meeting. She was sent off the even-money favourite, but was under pressure to gain on the front-running winner Katys Girl (14-1) three from home and found little in the straight to finish third. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more