Third day of FIT: a day for professionals full of business and opportunities
"It is very important that the public sector with national authorities and from every corner of the country accompany the fair and all tourism" said Gustavo Hani, president of the event
The most important International Tourism Fair in Latin America opened its doors exclusively for professionals in the sector, presenting options for conducting business, training for professionals and opportunities for all the country's provinces and the different countries of the world that are part of FIT 2021 They can show their attractions and possibilities.
The event was attended by national and provincial authorities and the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Juan Manzur, Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Nation; Sergio Uñac, governor of San Juan and Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, Head of the City government, gave the present at different times of the day to visit, together with Gustavo Hani, president of FIT, the stands and chat with the professionals of the sector.
“It is very important that the public sector with national authorities and from every corner of the country accompany FIT and all tourism. He speaks of the strategic importance of this Fair and of our activity as an engine of the economy "said Gustavo Hani, president of FIT and added" Today we open the doors exclusively for the professional sector with many expectations, without a doubt, FIT is the great meeting for do business in the sector, to generate opportunities and to discover new possibilities for expansion "
For their part, the now traditional Business Rounds began with a great call and expectation. The Visit Argentina Connect tool was presented as an exclusive space where more than 80 hosted buyers and buyers from different parts of the world met with local service providers.
The first day of the Travel Forum Latam in the FIT Tech pavilion brought together talks and lectures by specialists from the areas of marketing, hospitality, technology and innovation in tourism in a dynamic format. Sustainable trends, post-pandemic tourism sales, and various successful ways of communicating tourism services were some of the themes that took center stage.