Our final target is providing users with customized information in all rich media formats available with the latest developing technology.
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Olomouc, Czech Republic (PRWEB) October 17, 2006
A new tourism portal focused on travel trade professionals has been launched at http://www.Tourism-Review.com . Daily, weekly and monthly tourism news as well as an online TV newscast communicates relevant information between professional organizations and industry practitioners worldwide. Several synoptic directories list festivals, conferences and travel destinations, as well as travel trade companies and organizations.
The Web portal presents the news in several formats. A number of daily news items communicate significant events in the tourism industry on a world-wide basis. Top weekly stories present facts and data about a few of the most interesting issues of the week. A monthly online magazine brings analytical and detailed information about remarkable topics in the travel trade. Online TV tops the interactive newscast menu.
To bring even more convenience for the user, the daily news is delivered into several segments according to the topic – luxury travel, business travel, spas, adventure travel and sightseeing.
“With so much information overloading travel trade professionals, there is a demand for more relevant and focused sourcing,” said the site’s project head Igor Fes. “Our final target is providing users with customized information in all rich media formats available with the latest developing technology.”
Other useful sources of information for tourism industry professionals include listings of industry organizations and companies, travel trade events, festivals and training programs. And depending on visitors’ specific needs, they may use the site’s search engine to easily access other information.
Tourism-Review.com is a site that communicates information between professional organizations from the travel/tourism industry and market practitioners worldwide. For additional information, please visit http://www.tourism-review.com or contact Milada Sovadinova.
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