World Tourism Network is the long-overdue voice of small and medium-size travel and tourism businesses around the world. By uniting our efforts, we bring to the forefront the needs and aspirations of small and medium-sized businesses and their Stakeholders. By bringing together private and public sector members on regional and global platforms, WTN not only advocates for its members but provides them a voice at the major tourism meetings. WTN provides opportunities and essential networking for its members in more than 128 countries.
Tourism Industry heroes in Ukraine are fighting for survival for fellow citizens with World Central Kitchen. networking, crisis marketing.
This is a call for public expressions of solidarity. As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues, the NTO Ukraine asks for your support. Find out how, while tourism is impossible and life-threatening, people working in tourism and destination marketing are channeling their talents into resistance, humanitarian aid, safe passage for refugees, and support in the information war.
The Hall of International Tourism Heroes is open by nomination only to recognize those that have shown extraordinary leadership, innovation, and actions. Tourism Heroes go the extra step. Today, the World Tourism Network announced the nomination of its latest Hero, Ivan Liptuga.
Ivan Liptuga, head of the National Tourism Organization of Ukraine, and member of the World Tourism Network wants the Tourism to scream out and not be quiet about what is happening in his home country. It’s the first initiative by a global tourism organization by SKAL International Romania that will show this active engagement of friendship and kindness SKAL stands for is urgently needed action: Taking care of many refugees from Ukraine.
Are you selling trips to Russia? Are you standing behind Ukraine? You are encouraged to boycott travel business to Russia. A new trend is developing with tour operators and airline booking agencies eliminating Russian airlines, hotels, and destinations from its destination and portfolio.
Speak up against the war and stop doing business with Russia as many firms already have. That's the message that Ivan Liptuga, president of the National Tourism Organization of Ukraine, has for the travel industry.
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