Summing up the results of the CIS & Georgia Online workshop 2017
The most colorful workshop ― “CIS & Georgia 2017”, dedicated to the neighboring CIS countries, was held from 24th till 30th April at profi.travel.
Running of the annual CIS workshop already has become an excellent tradition, and this year it has been carried out for the third time! Within an eventful week 2 511 attendees from all over Russia and the CIS countries explored the season novelties and the tourist products of Georgia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
18 company participants national tourist offices, DMCs and tour operators, hoteliers,resorts and industry associations shared their knowledge with travel professionals, introduced their itineraries and places of interest, presented the information at virtual booths and offered lots of prizes for the most diligent listeners. 40 speakers had their online presentations with about 800 registered attendees each.
CIS & Georgia Online Workshop 2017 numbers:
- “CIS&Georgia 2017” Online workshop became the efficient way to promote the touristic brand of exponents on the Russian tourism market. According to the results of survey, that was made among the workshop attendees, 22,7% of visitors has already effected a sale by virtue of received knowledges at the “CIS&Georgia 2017” workshop. Company participants of “CIS&Georgia” online workshops in 2015-2016 at Profi.travel already achieved desired effect and are back again as our exponents.
- Company participants tracked the activity of the online workshop visitors due to Profi.Travel Loyality, the first loyalty system, where registered attendees received their rating while exploring the exponents’ booths, downloading catalogues, viewing webinars and passing tests.
Dear colleagues! At any moment, you can familiarize yourself with all the online workshop materials, such as online presentations, videos, online booth information, destination catalogues, company news and detailed editorial sales manual of the CIS countries and Georgia.