International experts will discuss market developments, new marketing strategies and the economic prospects for the LGBT travel segment – The Malta Tourism Authority is collaborating with ITB Berlin, the host of the first LGBT+ Tourism Summit from 22 to 23 November 2018 The first LGBT+ Tourism Summit will discuss the opportunities and challenges offered by gay and lesbian travel. International experts will present the latest survey findings, information on current LGBT online marketing trends, illustrate how prospects for business in LGBT+ tourism are developing, and highlight examples of best practices.

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Congratulations to Chef Sitichot Wanso, Junior Sous Chef of the Silver Waves Chinese Restaurant who was recently awarded two trophies at Thailand’s 24th International Culinary Cup (TICC) 2018. Chef Sitichot prevailed in the TICC competitions for Best of Innovation Cuisine (Professional), and World Street Food: Individual (Professional).

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CITE 2018

Research project from BestCities Global Alliance, GainingEdge and Rehabilitation International unveiled in Dubai at ICCA Congress
BestCities Global Alliance, GainingEdge and Rehabilitation International unveiled new market-leading research into accessible meetings at today’s ICCA congress in Dubai. The outcomes promote awareness among the meetings community on what can be done to enforce universal accessibility for delegates with disabilities.

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Sands to host IMEX America 2019 again September 10 – 12
As the industry continues to buzz with energy, business opportunities and ideas from the bigger than ever IMEX America 2018, organizers want to remind everyone that next year’s IMEX America remains at the Sands Expo but the dates are moving up.

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A new report from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the European Travel Commission (ETC) shows that outbound tourism from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) – comprising six countries of the Arabian peninsula – has grown strongly in recent years, with international tourism expenditure surpassing USD 60 billion in 2017.

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The 9th edition of the SILK WAY RALLY (6 to 16 July 2019) will feature a brand-new route. Mongolia will be part of the track. Creation of a motorcycle category.
SILK WAY RALLY 2019: Russia – Mongolia – China, 10 stages.
The start will be held in Irkoutsk (Russia) on 6 July 2019 and then the race will take competitors on this new edition across the magnificent scenery of southern Siberia and Lake Baïkal, onto Ulan Bator, to cross Mongolia from north to south, before a final Chinese chapter in the oasis adorned dunes of the Gobi Desert.

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