Chile conducts training for international operators
I Dream of Chile Sessions is a cycle of online events that presents the most outstanding attractions of the country
As part of a public-private alliance between the Undersecretariat of Tourism, Sernatur and the Federation of Tourism Companies of Chile (Fedetur), this week a cycle of webinars began that seek to publicize the best attractions in Chile to international tour operators.
This is the I Dream of Chile Sessions, in whose first training –as a pilot plan– was attended by the receptive operator ADS Mundo Chile and in which the presentation of national destinations was made to issuing operators in Argentina, with the In order to update and strengthen your portfolio. The topic that was addressed in this first virtual instance was astrotourism.
The objective of this round of webinars is to begin preparing at this stage prior to the reopening of international tourism, and to support the Chilean industry by strengthening the marketing chain with the agencies, deepening their knowledge of national destinations and their attractions, as well as , promoting the diverse experiences that can be lived in our territory.
Fedetur's Executive Vice President, Helen Kouyoumdjian, stated that "this initiative, in addition to enhancing the public-private collaboration of tourism in Chile, allows us to start working from now on to revive the industry, once we can resume business."
The union representative added that "in the face of the deep crisis we are going through, we have not stood idly by, and as a private sector we are promoting different initiatives that allow the sector and the companies in the sector to stand up, so that we are prepared to when we can get back to work. "
The next sessions of these meetings will address different products and destinations associated with adventure, nature, gastronomy, wine tourism, astrotourism, heritage and culture.
On the other hand, these presentations will allow national companies to offer tourist packages to foreign operators from eight strategic markets, such as Argentina, Brazil, the United States, Australia, Spain, France, England and Germany.