• Closing Speech Hon. Memunatu B. Pratt, Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs of Sierra Leone

    Minister of Tourism of, Sierra Leone “ This conference is one of the most informative and exciting I have participated since becoming Minister 16 months ago. ” Honourable Memunatu B. Pratt Minister of Tourism of Sierra Leone and Cultural Affairs

  • Closing Speech Hon. Edmund Bartlett CD, MP Minister of Tourism of Jamaica

    Minister of Tourism of , Jamaica “ The International Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management (GTRCM), Global Resilience Council (GRC) & ITIC, these three organisations have come together to provide a force not just for sustainability and resilience building but to create a new platform for tourism development particularly in highly vulnerable states. ” Honourable …

  • Hon. Nikolina Angelkova, Minister of Tourism of the Republic of Bulgaria

    Minister of Tourism Republic of, Bulgaria “ The International I’m very privileged to be able to say that for us tourism forms more than 12% of our GDP and gives a higher input of this sector in our government in our priorities and moreover in our economy. I could confess and I could confirm that …

  • Global tourism challenges and investment opportunities to be addressed at the International Tourism & Investment Conference (ITIC) – London

      This yearly event will be staged on the 1st and 2nd November 2019 at InterContinental Park Lane. It will stimulate a new thought process on key global tourism challenges, business and investment opportunities with a special focus on Africa and Island destinations. ITIC will also provide an investment platform and act as a catalyst …

  • ITIC joins in the celebrations marking the World Tourism Day

      The International Tourism & Investment Conference (ITIC) chaired by Dr Taleb Rifai, former Secretary-General of UNWTO, wishes to join all the peoples and nations around the world in the celebrations marking the World Tourism Day. The ITIC which will be held in London on the 1st and 2nd November 2019 at the InterContinental Park …

  • ITSC 2019 Post-Event

      The inaugural Investing in Tourism Sustainability Conference (ITSC) www.investingintourism.com – held from 30 May to 1 June at Bulgaria’s leading Sunny Beach Helena Resort focusing on new investment opportunities in the Country and neighbouring Southeast Europe destinations was jointly organized by the Ministry of Tourism of Bulgaria and London-based ITIC and Invest Tourism. The …

  • Thank you note – Mr. Ibrahim Ayoub

    Thank You Note from Mr Ibrahim Ayoub – ITIC Organiser & Daiichi Display CEO

  • Press Release

    Official Launching of the International Tourism & Investment Conference (ITIC) on 02 November, 2018 at the InterContinental Park Lane, London. The International Tourism and Investment Conference was successfully launched on the 2 November 2018 at the InterContinental Park Lane, Mayfair, London in the presence of Her Excellency Mrs. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President of Malta who …

  • Message from Honourable Najib Balala

    The International Tourism and Investment Conference comes at a time when global tourism leaders are continuously engaged in the development of sustainable tourism and product differentiations; promotion of safe and secure travel and in the advent of technological innovation.

  • Message from Honourable Edmund Bartlett

    This theme comes at a very critical time. Issues of sustainability, which have long been on the agenda of island destinations, now need our immediate attention especially as they are issues over which we have little or no control.

  • Message from Dr. Taleb Rifai

    The International Tourism and Investment Conference (ITIC) 2019 takes place amidst rapidly changing geopolitical scenes. It is intended to trigger a new thought process in sustainable tourism development driven by new technological innovations such as blockchain, virtual reality and artificial intelligence.

  • Rebranding tourism in Africa

    Despite its wealth of natural attractions, Africa still only attracts 4.2% of the world’s tourists. Unchallenged negative stereotypes about the continent and an over-reliance on traditional markets are undermining growth in the sector. This can be corrected. Report by Thomas Collins.While much has been said about the political and economic realities of Africa, one sector …