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AAOVYT was established in Argentina in December 2001 and it contemplates the main tour operators in the country. The association aims to improve and help the relationship between the main service providers and its members. AAOVYT also represents its associates in any similar activities in Argentina as well as internationally.
Founded in 2004 by a group of visionary businessmen who believe that Brazil has a natural predisposition towards tourism, ABETA’s main objective is to represent, qualify and promote Ecotourism and Adventure Tourism with enjoyable, healthy, sustainable and safe activities.
The Promotional Marketing Association is the largest entity in Brazil representing the Live Marketing sector and is the only one that develops in the broad sense both theory and practice for the sector at a nationwide level. With its head office in São Paulo, it celebrated its 22 anniversary in 2015 and has roughly 400 associated companies, with representation in various regions (the South, Southeast, Centre-West and North/Northeast).
Peruvian non-profit trade-union organization that brings together tour operators with extensive experience in domestic and international markets. Handles approximately 70% of organized tourism business in Peru, including domestic and/or foreign professionals and legal entities specialized in inbound and domestic tourism, thereby contributing to its development.
Aprecesp – the State of São Paulo’s Association of Tourism Cities – is a non-profit private organization established in 1985 with the objective of representing the interests of and working for the touristic development of the state’s seaside and inland cities.Currently, the association congregates 70 member-cities comprising beach resorts, climate health resorts, spa towns and tourist resorts.
Includes more than 1,000 outward and inward bound tour operators, organizations that promote destinations, ministries of tourism and travel agents, specialized media, service providers, marketing and public relations agencies, etc., in more than 93 countries. ATTA provides the destinations and the companies with the necessary tools for promotion and networking which are essential to success in the adventure sector. ATTA also makes an effort to help the adventure as a whole grow in a responsible and sustainable way and offers its members the opportunity to have direct access to and to develop relationships with outward bound tour operators from the world's most significant markets.
AVEMAREP is the Venezuelan Association of wholesalers, tour operators and representation companies. Currently its membership comprises around 50 of the leading companies in the country. One of our aims is to assist international suppliers, destinations, hotels and wholesalers that want to market themselves in Venezuela. Also, those that want to include Venezuela in their travel brochures.
The National Chamber of Tourism achieves its purposes by contributing to the country’s economic and social development, promoting domestic and inbound tourism, resolving queries and issuing opinions. It promotes the development and sustainable growth of the Peruvian tourism industry in a dynamic, proactive and representative way through its financial, organizational and human development consolidation.
CLIA ABREMAR BRASIL is a non-profit entity, which was founded in 2006, with the aim of operating in the regulating, promotion and expansion of sea cruise activity in Brazil. It maintains partnerships with numerous domestic and international entities and institutions, with its main mission being to enhance Brazilian tourism.
The Brazilian Federation of Accommodation and Food is a national federation which is responsible for defending the interests of hotels, restaurants, bars and similar establishments in Brazil. The entity's objective is the coordination, administrative and judicial defence and planning of the interests and rights of the businessmen operating in this sector and in related activities.
FEDETUR includes 1,600 associated companies which are part of the country's tourism value chain, including hotels, tour agencies, airlines, car rental companies, tourism transport companies, credit card operators, teaching institutions and national and regional associations. FEDETUR has rapidly assumed a complementary role in relation to tourism public policies in Chile, being the private tourism sector's authorized voice in its dealings with the government, the national congress, the media and other entities.
IFITT is the leading independent global community for the discussion, exchange and development of knowledge about the use and impact of new information and communication technologies (ICT) in the travel and tourism industry and experience.
We are a private non-profit association and our main function is to promote the city of Lima as a meetings destination. Thanks to our network of affiliates, which include the city's major tourism and meetings industry companies, we are able to offer the most, most varied and complete services and tools to ensure that your event in lima is a success.
The Sao Paulo Convention & Visitors Bureau is a non-profit entity, which is financed by the private sector, which has as its objective to attract visitors to Sao Paulo by means of attracting events, to train professionals and to publicize the destination. The bureau's funding comes from the 'room tax', which is an optional contribution paid by guests in associated hotels, as well as from the monthly fees paid by the associates and sponsorships.
VBRATA Europe - Visit Brazil Travel Association (Tourism Trade Association Specialized in Brazil), which was founded in London in June 2010, is a private European non-profit association which unites the outward bound specialized tourism trade to Brazil with bases in both Europe as well as Brazil.
WATA is a non-profit association, established in 1949 in Switzerland WATA specializes in a myriad of services ranging from tailor-made leisure groups and Fits to Incentives, Meeting, Congress and Events in more than 50 destinations.