Published on : Thursday, May 16, 2019
The 2018 event has already delivered more than CAD$2.2 million in economic impact to Ottawa along with the development of other relationships, which have led to site inspections, bids and potential new business for the city.
This year’s event will take place from 21-23 June at Gleneagles and will once again feature a variety of leisure, hospitality and educational activities that are expected to change the perceptions of Ottawa and help organizers understand the city’s “same but different” mentality and ethos.
Simon Gaskin, the secretary general of the International Association of Institutes of Navigators, commented, “The event provided a chance to get to know a wide variety of new people, receive some great education and experience something different in a beautiful setting. In particular, the cross-section of attendees – from the travel trade to association executives and event planners – provided an opportunity to develop new business relationships and friendships that I hope will prove beneficial in both the short and long term.”
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