The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) is running a campaign in Italy to promote Poland’s tourism offering together with the most up-to-date safety guidelines. Targeted at consumers as well as travel agents, the campaign is being carried out using specialised channels.
Promoting active nature holidays in Poland was the focus of a recent online campaign that the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) ran in Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. The core elements of the project were podcasts recorded by influential Russian travellers and tourism bloggers.
The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) in association with local tourism organisations has launched a five-month campaign called Poland – Everything You Need targeted at Chinese individual tourists. The first live streams are already behind us! This is the latest of POT promotional projects in China using live broadcasting technology.
The Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) has launched one of its most innovative marketing campaigns in the UK, based on the SmartAds system and Sky television. A video with Poland’s tourism offering will reach specially selected audiences.
A month-long Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) campaign promoting Poland in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg ended recently. The focus of the project was the promotion of Warsaw, the only Polish city with direct flights to Luxembourg, and the background – the centenary of diplomatic relations between the two countries. The project partners were the Warsaw Tourism Organisation and LOT Polish Airlines.
The latest study visit in the It’s Been a While – Let’s Meet in Poland series has ended. This time, incentive travel organisers from SITE Poland got to know Kraków at the invitation of the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) Poland Convention Bureau and the Kraków Convention Bureau.
The participants of the Arab Health trade fair held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, included the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT). This was the world’s biggest trade event for medical-sector services and products to take place this year.
The 38th edition of the Carpathian Couriers Race, one of the most important events for young cyclists aged up to 23, will take place from 29 to 31 August. This year the entire route lies within Poland. Rafał Szlachta, president of the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT), took part in a conference promoting the race.
As part of the Polish Presidency of the Visegrad Group, on 17 and 18 June the Polish Tourism Organisation (POT) organised the Discover Central Europe Trade Online Workshop for the tourism industry of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The main topics were active tourism products and trips to less well-known towns.
Days of Poland, organised by the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland, took place in Odessa recently. Held mainly with local Poles in mind, the event also attracted Odessa residents with no national ties to Poland.