1st National Conference on Tourism Governance


By Unknown
January 1, 2010


The University of the Philippines- Asian Institute of Tourism (UP-AIT), Department of Tourism (DOT) and Tourism Foundation Inc. (TFI) are organizing the 1st National Conference on Tourism Governance on November 25-26, 2013 at the SM Mall of Asia’s SMX Convention Center, Pasay City.

With the theme, Sustainability and Inclusivity in Governance of Tourism Destinations, the event is designed to provide the valuable information in order for local government units to effectively use tourism as a sustainable development tool and achieve inclusive growth.

See attached registration form/confirmation slip and indicative program for your reference.

Should you have further questions, please contact:

Ms. Charmielyn Cabigas-Sy/ Nenita Dumlao-Arzadon
Conference Secretariat
UP Asian Institute of Tourism
Telefax: (02)-926-9442
Email: tourismgovernance@gmail.com

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