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NCSTD Meeting ESTO 2019

The National Council of State Tourism Directors (NCSTD) leverages the collective strength of state tourism offices to provide leadership and a forum for information sharing on issues impacting tourism. Representing all 50 states, the five U.S. territories and the District of Columbia, NCSTD serves its members by:

  • Providing a voice on critical public policy issues.
  • Offering learning opportunities to increase the effectiveness of state tourism offices.
  • Driving internal and external communication.
  • Shaping and supporting coordinated domestic and international marketing efforts.
  • Offering state tourism directors a forum for sharpening leadership skills.

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Duane Parrish State Tourism Director of the Year 2019

In addition to their usual U.S. Travel membership benefits, NCSTD provides programs and services specifically for the state tourism directors and their office personnel. These programs and services are designed to enhance professional development, address common state tourism issues, provide resources and other tools to help state tourism offices perform mission critical activities.

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  • The NCSTD Leadership Forum, held in the fall, provides programming and training specifically for state tourism directors.
  • Meet several times a year to enhance professional development, address common issues and provide resources to help state tourism offices perform mission-critical activities.
  • Advancing tourism and travel issues relevant to state tourism offices.
  • NCSTD members are represented on U.S. Travel's Board of Directors.
  • Leveraging the collective strength of the industry to influence policy on travel-related issues at Destination Capitol Hill, the U.S. travel industry’s premier legislative fly-in.
  • Utilizing tools like the Travel Economic Impact Calculator to show the direct impact of a change in traveler spending on a state's economy.
  • Gaining access to authoritative industry research on the latest travel trends and forecasts that affect marketing decisions.
  • Participating in the annual Mercury Awards, which showcase creative accomplishments in tourism marketing and promotion.
  • Nominating a colleague for the NCSTD State Tourism Director of the Year Award which recognizes excellence in marketing, promotion and individual leadership within the nominee's state.

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Prior to her appointment as TPB COO, Tan was the Director of the Department of Tourism in the Cordillera Administrative Region (DOT-CAR) for three years. She has been instrumental in reviving the region through her urban rehabilitation campaign projects, spearheading several urban rehabilitation tourism initiatives, including her brainchild campaign, Rev Up, Revive, Revisit, Revitalize (REV-BLOOM); Project Stobosa; Project PURAW and the Village Innovation Community Enhancement Project among others.

Tan held the post National Coordinator for International Marketing and Promotions of North Luzon and Palawan from May 2015 until September 2018, as well.

Known for her genuine dedication to the cause of sustainable tourism, Tan was affiliated with notable local and international organizations dedicated to socio-civic causes. She is a member of the Steering Committee of the United Nations Mountain Partnership in Slow Food International, Chair of the Asia Pacific Government Cluster and the focal person in the Philippines for the UNESCO Creative Cities Network 2017. She is also the Vice President of the Cordillera Association of Regional Executives (CARE), the founding Chair of the non-governmental organization Inspirational Women of the Cordilleras (IWOC), the International Organization Women in Travel, and Asia Travel Marketing Association.

Before her appointment as Regional Director, Tan started as a Senior Public Relations Officer of the Philippine Tourism Authority (PTA) from January 1980 to December 1986. After, she acquired nearly 13 years’ worth of experience as Chief III of the Europe and the Americas Divisions of the then Philippine Convention and Visitors Corporation (PCVC), the precursor of the TPB. She also served as Tourism Attaché and Regional Coordinator of the DOT for Europe (Frankfurt, Germany, London and United Kingdom) for 15 years, her hard work leading to a significant contribution to the development of Philippine tourism relations in Europe.

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Tan is considered a pioneer at the TPB, having been one among a select few who were instrumental in crafting and implementing the agency’s Marketing and Promotions Guiding Objectives and Principles. As the COO, she is determined to make the TPB the DOT’s best performing agency under her administration.

The development of meetings, incentive travel, conventions and exhibition events (MICE), providing optimal experiences for long-staying guests, and aiming for the Philippines’ high-spending source markets are just some of her topmost priorities.

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Regional Travel Fair  In an effort to promote the Philippine domestic tourism by providing tourism stakeholders and industry players a venue to transact businesses among sellers, buyers and public consumers, the TPB launched the 3rd Regional Travel Fair in SM City Bacolod, Negros Occidental on October 25-28.

The Regional Travel Fair was a three-day event that showcased a two-day Business-to-Consumer (B2C) selling of domestic packages, and a half-day Business-to-Business (B2B) participated in by invited DOT accredited tour operators as Sellers and Buyers nationwide.

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This event was in line with TPB’s mission to develop and implement aggressive marketing strategies in attracting, encouraging, increasing, and sustaining domestic travel businesses nationwide in strategic partnership with local industry suppliers.

At the welcome dinner in Bacolod City Hall, COO Tan said, “The TPB and the DOT acknowledge the irrefutable contribution of domestic tourism to the overall financial resilience of the Philippine tourism industry. Visitor arrivals, average daily spending, and average length of stay continue to show promise year on year. In 2017, the tourism industry contributed 12.2 percent to the Philippines’ GDP, exceeding the government 2022 target of 10 percent share.”

“The DOT recorded at least 96.7 million domestic tourist arrivals for the same year, which is well beyond the 2022 target of 86.2 million. This affirms the indisputable fact that domestic tourism is the industry’s backbone,” she added.

According to Tan, what makes Filipinos unique among other countries in the Southeast Asia lie in our local communities.

“What is naturally us at the core is our best selling point for nation branding, and it will take root in grounded domestic promotions,” she said, explaining that our products can level the playing field for the Philippines as long as they are prepared well and promoted strategically — hence, the Regional Travel Fair.

The Regional Travel Fair bridges the gap between the public and the private, as well as that of the government, the industry businesses, and the consumers.

“It makes perfect sense to have the third leg of the Regional Travel Fair in Negros, specifically in Bacolod City, where the location complements the robust development in Philippine domestic tourism,” Tan said.

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Ong kickstarted his service in the Malaysian government sector back in 1981 as the assistant director at the Public Service Department (JPA).

His foray into the tourism industry began in 2007, when Ong was appointed deputy secretary general of the Ministry of Tourism. After a year into his role, he was promoted to the secretary general of the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture where he served for eight years.

During his service with the Ministry, Ong wore multiple hats, simultaneously serving as the chairman of Malaysia Convention Bureau (MyCEB) and Islamic Tourism Centre (ITC) from 2009 until 2016. He was also the chairman of the National Academy of Arts, Culture and Heritage (ASWARA) from 2013 until 2018.

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“I am truly honoured to accept this position, especially during the same month and year of Tourism Malaysia’s birthday,” Ong enthused. “Celebrating together Tourism Malaysia’s 50th Golden Anniversary not only fills me with gratitude, but also with immense responsibilities that come together with it. I am thrilled to walk hand in hand with everyone on this journey as we work toward paving a better path for the industry.”

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The private sector believes that the strategy to promote and improve tourism should include the establishment of a Tourism Promotion Board to allow the public and private sectors to work together more effectively.

This issue was raised at a public-private consultative meeting of the Lao Business Forum earlier this year.

Although the number of tourist arrivals and tourism revenue has significantly increased in recent years, Laos still lacks the leadership to develop the tourism sector so that it can achieve its goals while tourism promotion activities are not sufficiently organized. Infrastructure improvement and tourism site maintenance continue to suffer from budget shortages because the collection of funds is not properly implemented. This means funding for tourism is inadequate to develop and promote tourism.

In light of this, the Tourism Working Group believes that allowing the private sector to take part in the decision-making process on strategic planning to develop, support and promote tourism objectively is extremely important for the development of tourism in Laos to attract more tourists and use tourism funds more beneficially.

Based on lessons learned by other countries, the Board should be an independent entity, with full authority to lead and manage tourism promotion activities according to its own agenda, the meeting agreed. The Board should consist of a team of full-time professionals that can implement the tourism work plan at full capacity. The Board would act as a key entity to identify new ideas and strategies to develop and promote tourism and allocate funding to support all tourism-related activities in Laos and overseas. Most importantly, the Board must be a transparent entity that can be audited by an external auditor with respect to revenue and expenditure.

Several countries in the ASEAN region have independent tourism promotion boards with specific mandates to plan and promote tourism development. Now the collection of US$1 per tourist is not uniformly implemented and, according to business owners, the collection of this fee varies. In Bokeo province the fee is collected at checkpoints, in Vientiane it is collected by tour companies, and in Champasak it is collected at checkpoints and by tour companies.

Furthermore, there are no clear guidelines for collecting tourism funds and using them.

The collection of tourism promotion funds from tour companies is seen as repetitive, for example, a tourist who buys a package tour from several companies has to pay US$1 each time, which is not appropriate. The relevant sectors have not yet assessed or disclosed information to stakeholders on fund collection or budget allocation. In addition, the meeting agreed that business owners should be involved in deciding or recommending the use of tourism promotion funds to maximize tourism benefits.

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CAIRO – 2 June 2021: The Board of Directors of the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board [ETPB] headed by Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled el-Enany convened and discussed mechanisms and proposals for promoting tourism in Egypt during the upcoming period.

The board also discussed the events agenda of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in addition to that of other ministries during the coming three months and also discussed the possibility of using them in promoting Egypt.

Enany stressed the importance of having one events agenda for Egypt. He spoke about some of the upcoming events of the ministry, like the opening of the restoration project of the Sphinx Avenue in Luxor and Mohammed Ali’s Palace in Shubra.

The board reviewed the media strategy of the ministry. Enany affirmed that it is scheduled to be ready within two months, and after that, a three-year international promotion campaign for Egypt is going to be launched before the beginning of fall.

The meeting also discussed the social media platforms of the ministry, Experience Egypt and the travel exhibitions where the ETPB participated in recently.

Furthermore, the board spoke about organizing road shows in a number of counties. They recommended forming a working group between the ETPB and representatives of the private tourism sector to put forward a joint plan to promote tourism in Egypt in the various world markets.

The meeting emphasized the importance of benefiting from Egypt's participation in Dubai Expo 2020 in promoting tourism. It is scheduled to launch in October 2021 and lasts for 6 months.

Members of the board were informed of the establishment of a filming and editing unit in the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Board to be used in the production of promotional films as well as filming various events.

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- Hotel members get the opportunity to host Promotion Board and Bahamas Tourist Office co-sponsored events that are taking place on-island, e.g., familiarization trips, fly-ins, press trips, boating flings, etc.

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D espite a year marked by the Al Haouz earthquake, Morocco outperformed its competitors with increases in arrivals (34%), overnight stays (35%), and revenues (12%). Meeting in Rabat on Tuesday, June 25, the Board of Directors of the Moroccan National Tourist Office (ONMT) reviewed the unprecedented performance in 2023, as part of the Light in Action offensive action plan. «These achievements confirm the sector's dynamism, the fruit of the efforts made by the ONMT, particularly in the areas of air travel, distribution, international promotion, and digital», says a press release.

«By the end of May 2024, nearly 6 million tourists had visited Morocco, up 15% compared to the same period last year and up 38% on 2019, the benchmark year. The same was true of overnight stays, which reached 10.44 million at the end of May, up 8% on 2023. Revenue from travel, for their part, reached 31.87 billion dirhams in the first four months of the current year, the same level recorded in 2023 and a significant increase of 39% compared with the end of April 2019», the same source reported.

Chaired by Fatim-Zahra Ammor, Minister of Tourism, Handicrafts and the Social and Solidarity Economy, the Council also discussed the work to be carried out this year, under the new roadmap for the sector. «Four action levers have been defined: marketing, all in digital, doubling air travel, and expanding into new markets», added the press release.

Accordingly, the ONMT will launch several actions during the second half of 2024, in addition to tailored content on social networks, as well as collaborations, co-branding, and influencer marketing. «Particular emphasis will also be placed on air travel and distribution, with the aim of securing 4.3 million seats for the 2024-25 winter season, representing annual growth of 15%», the ONMT forecasts.

The Board of Directors also thanked Adel El Fakir for his work over the past six years at the head of the ONMT. It also praised his positive achievements, particularly in terms of «the internal transformation of the Office, the increased visibility of Morocco as a destination on the international stage, the multiplication of strategic partnerships with major global players in the tourism industry», and above all the success of the «Morocco, Land of Light» promotional and communications campaigns. Adel El Fakir takes up his new post as Managing Director of the Office National des Aéroports (ONDA).

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Ms. Mariette Mulaire was appointed to the Bank of Canada’s Board of Directors in June 2018.

In June 2022, Ms. Mulaire took on the role of Strategic Advisor to the World Trade Centres Association at its headquarters in NYC. From April 2012 to 2022, she served as president and chief executive officer of the World Trade Centre Winnipeg since its official opening.

She also served as the president and CEO of L'Agence nationale et internationale du Manitoba since its inception in 2007, where her involvement in numerous economic development initiatives on behalf of Manitoba included spearheading the creation and hosting of Centrallia, the first international business-to-business forum of its kind in Western Canada. Her previous economic development experience includes 10 years as executive director for the Economic Development Council for Manitoba Bilingual Municipalities (CDEM), and working with Western Economic Diversification Canada (now Prairies Canada) and Canadian Heritage.

Ms. Mulaire’s participation in local and national associations and initiatives includes serving on the boards of TV5 Québec Canada as well as International Women’s Forum-Winnipeg Chapter. She was co-chair of the Canada Summer Games 2017 Host Society and spokesperson for Les Rendez-vous de la Francophonie in 2017 and 2018, as well as honorary chair for the 200 years of the Université de Saint-Boniface.

She was awarded the Ordre des francophones d’Amérique in 2010, was the 2011 recipient of the YMCA-YWCA Women of Distinction award in the leadership category, and received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012. She was the 2015 recipient of the Award of Excellence—Promotion of Linguistic Duality from the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages. She received the Prix Riel and the Prix Maurice Gauthier in 2017 in recognition of her ongoing commitment to the promotion of linguistic duality in Manitoba and Canada.

Ms. Mulaire holds a national designation with the Canadian Institute of Management (CIM) as a Professional Manager and earned the Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) designation from the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT).

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