Ajay Jhurry, president of the Association of Tourist Operators (ATO) says that more than 75 contacts of professionals in the tourism sector of both countries were established during his travels in Asia.
The benefits, meanwhile, will only be visible in a few months, probably around the month of May, when the ATO will make its recommendations after a request tracking, constraints and opportunities for better market analysis of reasons a positive or negative growth, beneficiaries and new partners.
Ajay Jhurry believes that the real work starts now with the establishment of the network that is now accepted. And analyze in the coming months, the positive growth and sustainable development in the tourism industry. Given the current situation of the tourism industry as a whole, our interlocutor said that, we have more visibility and promotional campaigns, the better it is for the destination and for all whether private operators large, medium or small.
initiative of the ATO was essentially based Destination Management Companies (DMC) to promote the sector in which its members operate, namely accommodation and receptive. Ajay Jhurry indicates that the role of the ATO was mostly to introduce the members of the association and their products and services. The ATO will share, of course, his opinions with the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority in terms of how can be encouraged, even more, local stakeholders in these markets. That, in order to benefit optimally opportunities on the various segments (low cost, luxury and niche markets).