Wine Pleasures is proud to announce that the Association of Wine Producers of the Croatian Chamber of Economy is the Premium sponsor the 5th edition of the International Wine Tourism Conference & Workshop (IWINETC) to be held in Zagreb 15 – 16 March 2013.
IWINETC 2013 will see wine and tourism professionals from around the world descend on the Croatian capital of Zagreb for a packed 2 day educational programme of more than 30 talks where they can discuss, reflect and develop ideas with respect to this fast developing business opportunity.
The After Conference programme and the exhibitor area will provide delegates with the chance to try wines from India, Italy, Thailand and many of the countries that make up the Balkans. Top of the bill will be the Wines from the Balkans Grand Tasting led by Master of Wine, Caroline Gilby
A Wine Tourism Workshop is also on the schedule where international tour operators and travel agents specialised in wine and culinary tourism can meet wine tourism experience providers in a one to one meeting setting.
All participants will have the opportunity to participate in evening social events and post FAM Trip tours to nearby wine regions.
Anthony Swift, Managing Director of Wine Pleasures, said: “I am very pleased to be able to announce the Association of Wine Producers of the Croatian Chamber of Economy as the premium sponsor of IWINETC 2013. The huge success of hosting IWINETC and its rapid development in recent years is undoubtedly built on long-term partnership such as ours. We look forward to working with the Association of Wine Producers of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and the Zagreb Tourist Board and Convention Bureau to promote Croatian wine and culinary tourism in key strategic markets through the delivery of the wine tourism conference and workshop.”
About the Association of Wine Producers of the Croatian Chamber of Economy
The Croatian Chamber of Economy is an independent professional and business organisation of all legal entities engaging in business. It was established in 1852, organised in European tradition and on the so-called continental model of Austrian and German chambers with compulsory membership. Every company registered with the Commercial Court is a member of the Chamber. Read more>>
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