On Wednesday, March 21, the Best Practice Day conference will be held as part of Meetings Week Poland 2018. Associations of professionals from the incentive travel industry – SOIT and SITE Poland – invite you to the day of best market practices.
The event is directed to organizers of tourist events, events, agents, suppliers and customers buying tourist services. The organizers have prepared expert presentations and discussion panels in three thematic blocks: the obligations of tour operators, Good Tender, i.e. effective cooperation between the Agency and the Customer and safety of trips.
About what changes and consequences for the organizers are introduced by the new Act on tourist events, which will enter into force on July 1, 2018, what sanctions threaten companies for non-compliance with the Act and what is the security in the form of an insurance guarantee (Pillar I) and TFG (Pillar II) ) – participants will find out during the first discussion panel. The panel will include: Izabela Stelmańska – Deputy Director of the Department of Culture, Promotion and Tourism at the Marshal’s Office of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship and Katarzyna Szepczyńska – Director of the Tourism Insurance Department AXA TUiR, as well as Beata Bartosiak from the Siemens purchasing department and members of the SOIT Board – Agnieszka Słowik and Grażyna Grot- Duziak.
In the second part of the conference, the recommended tender models and results of the Good Tender project in the incentive travel category will be presented, which will constitute the next part of the White Paper on Marketing Communication. During the discussion panel, participants will learn how to effectively cooperate on the client-agency line and what benefits the recommended bid models and dialogue results give to both parties. The panel will be attended by Magdalena Spisak from SKM SAR, co-creator of the Dobry Przetarg project and members of the team of experts from the incentive travel category.
The last point of the program is devoted to the subject of threats and safety of trips. Invited experts, Łukasz Szozda (Outlander) and Radosław Szafranowicz-Małozóź (Tourism Staff), will tell the participants how to prepare for various threats, e.g. terrorist attacks, attacks, diseases and respond to them.
The international partners of the Best Practice Day conference, DMC Insiders Tourism Dubai and the Saxony Tourism Promotion Organization, have prepared a competition with attractive prizes in the form of vouchers for stays in Dubai and Dresden.
The program of the Best Practice Day conference
This year’s edition of Meetings Week Poland will take place at the Warsaw School of Tourism and Recreation on March 19-23.
Meetings Week Poland is organized jointly by: Event Industry Association, Association “Conferences and Congresses in Poland”, SOIT, International Association of Meeting Organizers MPI Poland, SITE Poland, Poland Convention Bureau POT, Warsaw School of Tourism and Recreation, the magazine “The Warsaw Voice” , Meetingplanner.pl, with numerous support from industry media.
Honorary patronage over the entire week of meetings was taken by Dariusz Rogowski – Undersecretary of State in the Ministry of Sport and Tourism.