Visit Orlando held on Monday, March 4th., at The Renassaince hotel in Sao Paulo, a training seminar about destinations in a partnership with the Disney parks, Universal, Sea World and the Dollar rental.
The meeting aimed to train 350 travel agents and operators of tourism products in attractions located in main Orlando destinations. According to the Visit Orlando representative in Brazil, Claudia Wolf, the entity should intensify training throughout the year and attend major events and trade shows, to help travel agents understand and be able to sell and better serve their clients with Orlando destination.
Visit Orlando held in Sao Paulo, at the Renaissance Hotel, his first event in conjunction with the Disney parks, Universal, Sea World and the Dollar rental. The meeting aimed to train 350 travel agents and operators of tourism products and attractions located in the destination.
According to Visit Orlando’s representative in Brazil, Claudia Wolf, today’s meeting was the first in a series of four already scheduled by the end of the year. The next training will take place on April 18 at the JW Marriott Hotel Rio de Janeiro. “Additionally, we closed one more training in the state capital and another in the state capital for the second half,” he said.
The other markets will also be trained, says Claudia. According to her, the partnership between Visit Orlando and the parks is productive and helps a lot in promoting the destination. “This year we will intensify our work in the Northeast and South,” he said.
WHAT ARE THE MAIN QUESTIONS OF TRADE?
Parks. They are responsible for the largest amount of questions that come to the Visit Orlando through travel agents and operators, says Claudia. “The trade wants to know about the characteristics of each, they present novelties and advantages. Also received a high demand of issues related to food and hospitality,” he says.
In order to resolve these questions, the Visit Orlando is preparing to launch a series of online training, which will be disponbilizados later this year on the website of the entity (www.visitorlando.com / trade). “It’s something we’re still formatting so I can not say much about the project,” he said.
Source- Visit Orlando