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The Expo will focus on the influence of social networks on tourism.
ITDE Director Josko Nikolic said that most people are still not conscious of how important a role networks like Facebook and Twitter play in travel and the selection of destinations. The Expo will present some twenty professionals from all over the world, who will talk about these topics.
The Expo will also touch upon the connection between mobile technology and travel, promoting and branding for traveller agencies and European funds for projects, Nikolic announced.
Nikolic asserts that many of the Expo’s topics would be helpful for domestic travel employees.
“For example, Tripadvisor is especially crucial for hotel owners, as the hotel ratings on that page play a very important part in the selection of accommodation,” Nikolic announced.
The partner nations of the first ITDE are India and the Czech Republic, both of which will present their visitor offers. India is a holiday maker market in the making, while the Czech Republic is a vital source of visitors for Croatia as many Czech visitors spend their summer holidays at the Adriatic as reported tagza.com.