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TDC Hosts Symposium To Strengthen T&T As A Brand In The International Market

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The Tourism Development Company Limited (TDC) has been hosting representatives from some of the biggest names in the international travel industry.

Well known international companies such as Expedia, Booking.com, Regatta Travel Solutions, TripAdvisor, Mot Mot Travel and Reef and Rainforest Tours have been attending the TDC symposium for tour operators and online travel agents (OTAs) from the United States and the United Kingdom.

In all a total of 17 tour operators are participating in the trip, twelve from the US and five from the UK, to network and negotiate with local tourism stakeholders.

Designed to attract key leisure and niche tour operators, the symposium is providing a forum for the international companies to meet and interact with stakeholders from the local hospitality, transportation and tour operating segments with a view to establish marketing campaigns, while at the same time strengthening the Trinidad & Tobago brand in the international market.

The programme began in Tobago from October 9th and continued on the Trinidad leg from October 11th.

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