Ontario Motorcoach Affiliation and Indigenous Tourism Ontario signal memorandum of understanding
The Ontario Motorcoach Affiliation (OMCA) and Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) are partnering to spice up Indigenous tourism all through Ontario.
On Nov. 14, the 2 events signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that units out how the 2 will work collectively to extend tourism engagement, educate tourism operators, and promote Indigenous tourism experiences throughout Ontario.
The MOU was signed in the course of the OMCA Market Occasion at the moment happening in Niagara Falls, Ont.
“This enterprise will assist OMCA’s strategic objectives to foster an understanding of Indigenous enterprise tradition, construct significant and supportive Indigenous relationships, enhance engagement with its present and future members, native Indigenous teams, and operators,” the OMCA stated in a information launch.
“This work will additional assist current Indigenous tourism merchandise, enhance product visibility and within the growth and promotion of genuine Indigenous tourism experiences throughout Ontario.”
ITO will present its experience in Indigenous tourism and join them with present tourism operators seeking to market their companies and experiences. ITO may also “present cultural authenticity coaching initiatives, enhance development of Indigenous members, and assist assist cross-cultural instructional alternatives,” based on the discharge.