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Ms. Nyama, managing director of Selena Travel participates the 55th PATA Annual Conference

Posted by Selena travel , on April 28, 2006

Ms. Nyama, managing director of Selena Travel participates the 55th PATA Annual Conference

"Changing Lifestyles - New Opportunities" 
April 23-27, 2006, Pattaya, Thailand

The theme of the 55th PATA Annual Conference, "Changing Lifestyles - New Opportunities", is designed to focus on how travel and tourism can take advantage of the opportunities posed by fast-changing lifestyles and values. These include changing demographics, health and wellness, travel by the young, the ageing, and female travelers, technological issues, the low-cost airline phenomenon, and growth in short city-break holidays. 
But wider forces of change, although not on the immediate agenda, are also impacting the industry. At the moment, these are classified as threats, but within them lie the seeds of opportunities that could set the stage for travel and tourism to become a real force for peace, a self-proclaimed adage that it has long preached but seldom practiced.

But wider forces of change, although not on the immediate agenda, are also impacting the industry. At the moment, these are classified as threats, but within them lie the seeds of opportunities that could set the stage for travel and tourism to become a real force for peace, a self-proclaimed adage that it has long preached but seldom practiced.

The total number of delegates registered at 55th Conference was 1141 people.
Ms.Nyamsuren G, managing director of Selena Travel LLC participated at this conference, alone from Mongolia and represented her country and the company.
She also participated in the 2006 PATA Education and Training Forum on April 22, conjunction with PAC 06 in Pattaya. This one day Forum is meant to foster an open dialogue and exchange of ideas between practitioners and and academics on critical success factors for travel and tourism, training and education in Asia Pacific's travel and tourism industry.

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