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Deal To Build Stronger Tourism And Private Sector

The diverse need for skills and related commercial activities make the tourism industry a real economic bedrock for the region. This was highlighted by Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO)
21 Jul 2016 11:24
Deal To Build Stronger  Tourism And Private Sector
South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) Papalii Hunter (left) signs MoU with Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO) newly elected chairperson, Howard Politini.

The diverse need for skills and related commercial activities make the tourism industry a real economic bedrock for the region.

This was highlighted by Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO) newly elected, chairperson, Howard Politini.

The South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) yesterday signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MoU) with the Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO).

Mr Politini said partnerships are extremely important.

“Partnerships hold the highest potential for most efficient resource management, efficiency, broader creativity and innovation especially in the tourism sector,” he said.

Both SPTO and PIPSO through the MoU hope to see sustainable tourism and private sector development in the region.

The MoU would ensure tourism and private sector development in the region in areas of mutual interests.

This includes policy development, research, marketing, investment, sustainable tourism development and private sector capacity development.

It will also include establishing the status of the private sector tourism businesses in the region.

 

Edited by: rachna lal

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