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The Myanmar Tourism Federation establishes an internacional department
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Over the three-year period of the agreement with MTF, DM ID Holland will host some 17 meetings, among them the Myanmar Food Fair and a Marchathon, U Tin Aung Lynn said to the Myanmar Times. "We are pleased about the expansion in Myanmar and are happy to be part of it. We are very pleased with this work," said Daniel Surya, Chairman of DM-ID Holland Southeast Asia.
Mr U Tin Aung Lynn said that the MTF' s foreign department would establish the Myanmar Economic Club, which would support and bring together businessmen from around the world who want to know more about doing businesses in the Philippines and touring. Also in October, MTF concluded a contract with Sphere Konferences, Singapore, for the organization of tourism-related meetings.
Burma Tourism Federation | DM ID - Brand Strategist and Advisor, JKT
Founded in April 2011, under the direction of the Ministry of Hotel and Tourist Myanmar and member of PATA (Pacific Asia Travel Association). Its aim is to encourage Myanmar as a travel destinations covering the lovely towns and varying the touristic attractions that can raise people' s consciousness of the area.
It will help tourists to discover the magic of Myanmar. The globalization of the market is a great challange for tourists, since there is no clear Myanmar identities and positions and the Myanmar picture is changed in such a way that there are no misjudgements towards the development state. Convincing strategies and an avant-garde look have been developed to bring Myanmar to the attention of the people.
Included is the evolution of the label (inspired by the Myanmar typeface and nicknamed "Golden Land") to illustrate the history of their country, and the use of infinite string images in the full spectrum of labeling to show that there is no end to the trip in Myanmar. YumMyanmar, the first Myanmar Food Festival to be staged in February 2014, has been set up to make national food brands more effective.