NOW AVAILABLE HERE IS #ALAINSTANGE’S 20TH EDITION OF HIS WEEKLY TOURISM REPORT FROM THE #SEYCHELLES AND OTHER INDIAN OCEAN ISLANDS
(Posted 22nd October 2017)
Reproduced here for the ATC readership – with express permission of the author Alain St. Ange – is the latest edition of his weekly tourism report.This week he talks about the good news for the tourism industry as a couple are jailed after their £20,000 food poisoning claim from a Thomas Cook trip to Majorca are exposed as FAKE.
You will read about Peter Sinon, the Secretary General of the Seychelles Labor Union (SLU) standing with nurses seeking better working conditions and all the other meetings held with working groups and the self-employed entrepreneurs.
Tourism and Cost is also discussed in view of the new taxes on salaries expected now.
Articles this week cover the new NGO “Let us Save our Children“, a Seychelles trip is the top prize at the Irish Wedding Competition, Festival Kreol 2017, the ACI Africa/World AGM Meeting in Mauritius, a visit to Pangia Beach as it completes its first phase, Stéphane Duchenne is the new General Manager of Constance Ephelia in the Seychelles, Daniella Payet-Alis makes front cover of the Business Magazine with her statement “We do not need politicians, but we need entrepreneurs“, DHL opening packages out of sight of the sender and the receiver, PMAESA Conference 2017 in Livingstone Zambia, WTTC announces Christopher J. Nassetta, President and CEO of Hilton, as the Council’s next Chairman, Mauritius Tourism rejoices over new air routes and Qatar Airways increasing frequencies to Eastern Europe and the Nordics.
Your link to this issue is right here and just a click away: http://mailchi.mp/a1b88d50f025/saint-ange-tourism-report-20th-edition