Skal International World Congress in İzmir in 2024

Skal International World Congress in Izmir
Skal International World Congress in İzmir in 2024

İzmir will bring together world tourism professionals in İzmir and host the World Skal Congress in 2024. İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor, who hosted the managers of İzmir Skal Club in his office Tunç Soyer, said that the international congress to be held for the first time in the city has the power to make a splash in the travel and tourism sector.

Mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Tunç Soyerhosted the Izmir executives of Skal International, who took the lead in the 2024 World Congress race, at its office. It was noted that the World Skål Congress will be held for the third time in Turkey after 17 years, and for the first time in İzmir, President Soyer congratulated the delegation. İzmir Skal Club Chairman of the Board Güner Güney and club managers are the President. Tunç SoyerHe thanked for his support.

Opportunity for Izmir

Stating that hosting the congress will be an opportunity for the city, President Soyer stated that the international organization will create a leap forward in the travel and tourism sector. Mentioning the contribution of the international event in terms of tourism and culture, Soyer drew attention to the importance of all the dynamics in the city supporting the congress. Soyer said, “The first thing to do is to hold a brainstorming meeting. Tell this story to anyone, make a presentation. Finally, set up a committee among you.”

Izmir won the race

Skal is the most widespread and oldest international tourism non-governmental organization where world tourism professionals work to spread global tourism and friendship. Today, International Skal is represented in 84 countries with 359 members, consisting of 14 clubs and senior executives of tourism. It collects all sectors in the international travel and tourism industry. The İzmir Skal Club, which is a candidate for the 249 world congress of Skal to be held in İzmir, will be in Bucharest from Romania and St. Petersburg competed with Kolkata from India. İzmir, which received 2024 votes in the voting on September 27, where 256 votes were used, became the city that pulled the rope.

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