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Indian Ocean Focused Workshop on Tourism - 12th March 2018

The Embassy of Tanzania in Sweden was invited to participate in a Business to Business meeting in Stockholm which was targeted to Stakeholders in the Tourism Business focused on the Indian Ocean. The meeting took place on 12th March 2018 in Stockholm where over 40 Travel professionals from different countries attended. For more information please visit here.

Ambassador Slaa being received by the organiser, Ms. Christina Boodhun Åkerblom, the organiser (Founder / Project Manager of Aspirera Solutions of Stockholm).

 

Ambassador Slaa with the Tanzania Team at the B2B Tourism Workshop in Stockholm. Left to right, Mr Rakesh Kanji of Travel to Tanzania Ltd  based in Latvia and Ms. Zainab Ansell of Zara Tours

 Tanzania Team at the B2B Tourism Workshop in Stockholm

  

Other participants at the B2B Tourism Workshop in Stockholm

Ambassador Slaa in a Group Photo with Participants

Last Updated ( Friday, 20 April 2018 )
 
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