Quito searches to develop a market positioning, differentiated from its competitors, to boost the capital of Ecuador as the main tourist destination in South America
SPRING, Texas (PRWEB) November 30, 2019
Quito to participate in the Annual Conference and Business Meeting of the Association of Tour Operators of the United States
● North America is the most important region in international visitors for the capital of Ecuador, with 24 percent.
● In 2018, 148 thousand 742 Americans and 19 thousand 901 Canadians visited Quito.
To promote infrastructure, connectivity, new products and services, Quito will be present at USTOA, an international fair where the main tourism companies in the United States and Canada participate. Around 700 professionals which companies represent a sales volume of nearly $19 billion US dollars are expected for the meeting. It will be held in Orlando, Florida from December 2nd to 6th 2019.
North America is the most important region in international tourists for the capital of Ecuador, in 2018 21% of visitors were U.S. citizens and 3% Canadian citizens.
Quito Turismo will present to the American and Canadian tour operators the news in the tourist offer of the city, focused mainly on new products such as the World Center Corridor. In addition to boosting different metropolitan experiences, its extraordinary biodiversity and emblematic products such as chocolate, coffee, honey and beer.
All this to position Quito as the world capital of "fine aroma cocoa" (chocolate) and create alliances with the tourism sector.
With this kind of participation, Quito searches to develop a market positioning, differentiated from its competitors, to boost the capital of Ecuador as the main tourist destination in South America
USTOA is a professional association founded in 1972 and represents the U.S. tour operator industry. Born of the need to represent the interests of the travelers and consists of operators and wholesalers based in the United States that offer travel programs around the world.
For more information contact:
César García Pavón
(+52) 55 55 43 30 59
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