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DAY 4
HALL 7.2 / STAND G098
EDITION
FRIDAY 23RD
SEPTEMBER 2016
INCLUS :
VOTRE DOSSIER SPÉCIAL
EN FRANÇAIS
CONTENTS
03 PROGRAMME
04 NEWS
06 SPÉCIAL MARCHÉ FRANÇAIS
07 EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
08 TRADE TALK
09 REGIONAL SPOTLIGHT:
A Feast for the Eyes… and Senses
IFTM Top Resa again wows tourism professionals with innovative
and breathtaking travel offerings
AFRICA & MIDDLE EAST
11 WHERE TO GO IN PARIS
# 06 DOSSIER SPÉCIAL MARCHÉ FRANÇAIS
MARIE
ALLANTAZ
Directrice Générale,
ESCAET
Nous avons une approche très sectorielle de
l’activité. On travaille sur du concret, on forme
nos étudiants à la réalité de cette industrie… # 08 T RADE TALK
SERENA
DONATO
HALL 7.2 / STAND C056
Roger Kacou
Minister of Tourism, Republic of Côte d’Ivoire
See our exclusive interview page 7
Contracts Manager – France,
Secret Escapes
It’s the last day of the show, but for most of us, we
just can’t get enough of the incredible images that
don’t cease to keep us dreaming.
Bright colours, heady scents, azure seas, intriguing
architecture, smiling faces, soaring melodies and
swirling dancing figures succeed one another
stand after stand to create an overwhelming, aweinspiring, giddy kaleidoscope that is today’s vision
of the world at IFTM Top Resa.
It’s a veritable plethora of ideas and inspiration for
tourism professionals who then have the “mission” of
evangelising these delectable destinations, tempting
the traveller with ideas they may never have had if
left to their own devices.
A number of destinations are also touting strong
new initiatives in the field of tourism. One notable
example is the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire - back
as a destination on the world stage as the Ivorian
government makes resources available to develop
infrastructure and support international marketing
efforts (see our exclusive interview, page 7).
We hope your last day at the show will be fruitful and
informative, and look forward to seeing you again
next year!
# 11 WHERE TO GO IN PARIS
ALEXANDRE
DEBANNE
French TV presenter
Above all, what I love in Paris is the Seine.
It’s the most beautiful avenue in the city! REGIONAL
SPOTLIGHT
AFRICA
& MIDDLE EAST
International tourist arrivals in the Middle
East are estimated by the UNWTO to
have declined by 7% January through
April 2016, while in Africa, arrivals were
up 7% in the first part of the year. Within
the “big picture” there are of course a lot
of sub-trends, as sub-Saharan African
has, for example, strongly rebounded,
while North Africa recorded another
decline.
Read about this and other trends in our special
feature, from page 9.
© Rwanda Tourism
The “foodie” holidays are definitely the ones
that work best when packaged.

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