We want to hear from you. Says Wild Asia. Inspire others with what you have done for your destination.
This is your chance to impress customers, industry players, potential buyers and the media by showing them that responsible tourism is possible and powerful in making a difference if done right.
International platform for your stories.
Send Wild Asia your story and you may have the chance to present at the ‘Responsible Tourism Event’ at ITB Asia this coming October in Singapore. Three successful entries will have the privilege to present their stories in a two minute presentation as the curtain opener to our Responsible Tourism Event supported by ITB Asia on 19th October, 2012 (Friday) from 11am-1pm. (If you can’t make it, videos or slideshows can be delivered).
The selection of successful stories is based on the authenticity of the story, creative and innovative elements and the power to inspire other toward making responsible tourism a reality.
On top of that, selected 10 entries will also be featured on Wild Asia’s website where travelers explore the wonder of destinations and how they can enjoy a different kind of travel; one that’s earth & people friendly.
Submit your stories in any of the following form:
• In words; no more than 1,500 words
• Video; no more than 5 minutes
• Slideshow; no more than 20 slides
• Podcast; no more than 5 minutes
Email your entries to email@example.com by 24th September, 2012 (Monday). Please title your email “RT Stories for RT Event at ITB Asia 2012″ and include your Name, Email, Organization and Destination in your email. Successful applicants will be notified via email by 28th September, 2012.
Wild Asia can’t wait to hear your story!
The Responsible Tourism Event is a continuation of the successful Responsible Tourism networking events that started in 2009. Organized and supported by ITB Asia, Wild Asia, The Blue Yonder Associates and The Green Circuit, this annual event hopes to bring together sustainable tourism practitioners to share, engage, learn and be inspired to make a difference.
This article is written by Valere Tjolle and published 2012.08.28,
The article is quoted from TravelMole and published January 2012.
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