1o Greek Alternative Tourism Workshop

The Hague – Holland, 16th of April 2019


The Hague “hosts” the Alternative Tourism of Greece for the first time

During the Workshop “Greek Alternative Tourism 2019” in The Hague, the Greek delegates will meet up for 3-4 hours with the Dutch travel agents and tour operators, in B2B meetings. In addition, at the same venue, 2-3 short speeches will take place in a specially formed podium.
Our long term experience in organizing similar Workshops at an international level and our collaboration with GNTO Benelux and The Hellenic-Dutch Association of Commerce and Industry (HEDA) guarantee the quality of the services we offer.
The Greek Alternative Tourism Workshop is addressed to Greek Private Companies and Public Sector Organizations which are interested to penetrate and reinforce their presence by promoting their products and services regarding alternative tourism, to global growth markets.
The 1st Workshop for Alternative Tourism that aims to enhance the Greek alternative tourism product with a great opening to international markets.

Compensatory Benefits

TOURISM BUSINESSES

Cost: € 1.500 + V.A.T

  • Participation of your Company in the B2B meetings.
  • Promotion of your Company during the exhibition and through the promotional material of the event (press releases in Greece, posters at the event venue, etc.).
  • Projection of your Company's photos and videos on screen during the B2B meetings and the official dinner.
  • Distribution of the promotional material of your Company to all the attendees (the material will be transferred to the venue at your own responsibility).
  • • Inclusion of your own promotional material (the material will be provided to us in electronic form) in the press kit that will be distributed to the media representatives attending the event.

MUNICIPALITIES

Cost: € 3.000 + V.A.T.

  • Participation of your Municipality in the B2B meetings.
  • Promotion of your Municipality during the exhibition and through the promotional material of the event (press releases in Greece, posters at the event venue, etc.).
  • Projection of your Municipalitys’ photos and videos on screen during the B2B meetings and the official dinner.
  • Distribution of the promotional material of your Municipality to all the attendees (the material will be transferred to the venue at your own responsibility).
  • • Inclusion of your own promotional material (the material will be provided to us in electronic form) in the press kit that will be distributed to the media representatives attending the event.

THE HAGUE/HOLLAND

The Hague is the third largest city of the Netherlands, after Amsterdam and Rotterdam. It is located in the western coast of the country and it is the seat of the government, as well as the administrative center of all the large businesses, ministries and public agencies. At the same time, the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, is located in the city.

MADURODAM

Madurodam, the venue of the 1st Greek Alternative Tourism Workshop, is a miniature park and a green tourist attraction in the Scheveningen district of The Hague in the Netherlands. For this reason, the city is also known as the city-miniature of the Netherlands. The accurate representation of every small detail is astonishing! For any further information visit www.madurodam.nl

GNTO

The Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) is a Public Entity supervised by the Ministry of Tourism. Since 1950, the GNTO constitutes the ruling state agency for the tourism sector. Its main mission is the organization, development and promotion of tourism in Greece through the exploitation of Greece's tourism activities at a local and international level.

HELLENIC-DUTCH ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY


The Hellenic-Dutch Association of Commerce and Industry (He.D.A.) was founded in 1994 by a group of Greek and Dutch entrepreneurs. It is a non-profit NGO that is governed by its Board of Directors and its members.

The mission of the Association is to improve bilateral contacts between Greek and Dutch enterprises. Its vision is to serve as a powerful link for safeguarding the business culture between Greece and the Netherlands, aiming to improve and promote economic and commercial relations between the two countries.

Objectives:

  • To promote and support bilateral Hellenic-Dutch trade.
  • To provide accurate business and investment services to the members
  • To facilitate and develop cultural relations between the two countries