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ISTANBUL CVB TOLD THE STORY OF A TALE OF TWO CITIES IN JAPAN

March 15, 2016

ISTANBUL CVB TOLD THE STORY OF A TALE OF TWO CITIES IN JAPAN

Istanbul Convention and Visitors Bureau was thrilled to tell A Tale of Two Cities campaign in Tokio. Istanbul CVB was the guest speaker in the Meeting and Events Industry Symposium organized by Japan Tourism Agency on 15th of March. The Japan National Tourism Organization is one of the supporters of the event and the Lecturer Dr. Leo Esaki, Nobel Prize winner for Physics Laureate, was the speaker of the symposium

The concept behind A Tale of Two Cities is to create awareness of Istanbul as a flourishing and successful MICE destination. Istanbul highlights both its charm and capacity – by breaking down the misconceptions with the ‘two cities’ slogan and brand campaign whereby the city’s high-tech modern infrastructure is juxtaposed against its monumental history.

Istanbul CVB website: www.icvb.org.tr

Official website of the city: www.howtoistanbul.com/en

 

Istanbul CVB showcased the city both in Paris & Lyon!

February 12, 2016

Istanbul CVB showcased the city both in Paris & Lyon!

Istanbul CVB plays an active role in introducing Istanbul to international platforms and  has successfully represented the city with the cooperation of the Paris Turkish Culture & Tourism Office both in Paris and Lyon.

Istanbul CVB attended a workshop in Paris with its members; Halic Congress Center, Istanbul Congress Center and Istanbul Lutfi Kirdar-ICEC. On Wednesday, February 10th, the Paris Turkish Culture & Tourism Office and Turkish Airlines made separate presentations and promoted Istanbul to its fullest.

The second stop of Istanbul CVB was SBE MICE Show Business Events in Lyon. Istanbul CVB conducted almost 40 face to face meetings. On Thursday, February 11th, Istanbul CVB hosted a press conference with the participation of press and association executives and presented Istanbul’s news on the latest and upcoming developments and investments in the city.

Exciting up-and-coming infrastructure projects for Istanbul include a third airport for 2019 which will cater to 150 million passengers, making the city the largest airline hub in the world, and a new road tunnel under construction, the ‘Eurasia Tunnel’, which will connect Asia and Europe under the Bosphorus.


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