The new tourism bill that was submitted for public consultation in January will be the main topic of a conference to be held Sunday, 21 April, at the Makedonia Palace Hotel in Thessaloniki. The new tourism bill has yet to be tabled in Parliament.
The conference is addressed to hoteliers, travel agencies, hotel managers and executives, tour operators, representatives of associations and chambers.
At the conference, Hellenic Chamber of Hotels Director Agni Christidou will present the latest survey of the Research Institute for Tourism (ITEP) and refer to a series of issues of the Greek hotel sector such as the latest on the Hotelstars Union classification system, copyright issues in hotels, tourism education and medical tourism.
Welcoming speeches will be delivered by the Thessaloniki Hotels Association President Aristotelis Thomopoulos and Chalkidiki Hotels Association President Grigoris Tassios.
The conference will begin 9:30 am and admission is free.
The conference is organized by the Association of Hotel Managers Macedonia-Thrace.