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4th INTERNATIONAL ABORIGINAL TOURISM CONFERENCE

 

Commit to achieve — The role of commitment in the performance of our industry

Register now and benefit from the
early bird rate!


IT'S TIME TO REGISTER!

Registrations are now open for the 4th International Aboriginal Tourism Conference (IATC) and the event's website has also been officiallly launched for that major event that will take place at the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac.

It is the first time that this major tourism conference is being held in Québec on Huron-Wendat territory. Under the general theme Commit to achieve – The role of commitment in the performance of our industry, the IATC will bring together more than 300 aboriginal tourism representatives, enterprises and organizations from Canada and abroad. Lectures and presentations will be given by renowned key players of the global aboriginal tourism industry. There will also be plenary sessions to drive our think tanks as well as our individual and collective initiatives.
Visit www.iatc2015.com now to register and know all the details about the conference. The IATC will also host an exhibition fair onsite and some unique social events:
 
March 23rd: Opening Cocktail
March 24th: Tradition Night (optional activity)
March 25th: Grand Entrepreneurship Recognition Gala for aboriginal tourism in Québec
The Huron-Wendat Nation is very proud to welcome aboriginal tourism representatives from across the world on our beautiful Nionwentsïo. We, the Huron-Wendat, are known for our warm welcome and sense of sharing. Welcome to our Nionwentsïo!”
- Mr. Konrad Sioui, Grand Chief of the Nation hosting the IATC
An early bird discount will be offered to those who register by January 11, 2015. For more details, please visit www.iatc2015.com. You will also find the sponsorship and exhibition plan on the website.
 
The IATC, presented by Québec Aboriginal Tourism, will benefit from federal and provincial support.
Presented by:

Quebec Aboriginal Tourism
50, boul. Maurice-Bastien, Suite 220
Wendake (Québec) G0A 4V0
CANADA

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