Tourism connects various industries vertically and horizontally, and in the whole tourist mosaic, of course if we talk about strategic and sustainable development, a lot of people, products, services and details participate. Each cube in the mosaic is extremely important, no matter how small, because without it the mosaic is not complete.The Tourist Board of Southern Istria (Pula, Vodnjan, Medulin, Fažana, Ližnjan, Marčana Barban) has shown a standard that we must all strive for in tourism, a small but important piece of the tourist mosaic, and this small cube is called poster design. not so much the poster design itself, as the information on the poster for the event South on 2 wheels, six bike races intended to popularize cycling and presentation of bike trails in southern Istria, in several languages, more precisely in Croatian, English and Italian.If we know that most tourists are foreigners, shouldn’t it be logical and natural for tourist information to be in English? From museums, tourist information, exhibitions, various shops, written prices of products and services in kunas and euros, as well as posters for various contents and events that take place in the destination?We constantly talk about quality content, but if a tourist does not know about it, he cannot even consume it.Two years ago, at Advent in Zagreb, I saw so many posters from various events that were announced or in progress, but no poster is in English, although the content itself is intended for tourists or a foreign music group. And Zagreb certainly started living from tourism. This is the responsibility of the entire destination, ie all participants, and we must think about communication in order to inform tourists, and thus increase their consumption, which directly increases the satisfaction of tourists and by increasing tourist spending.Such a small but extremely important detail, isn’t it?Something that should be normal and always in our tourist destinations, especially those marine ones that live exclusively from tourism for years, but unfortunately in our destinations communication in English is a rarity.Also, there is a great responsibility in tourist destinations, through education and communication to the local community and the organizers of various events. First and foremost, it is necessary to start from yourself and lay the foundations, ie set an example for others, as well as when the Tourist Board co-finances or participates as a partner in organizing an event, it must set the standard for posters and communication in English.We must also communicate in English, and provide such important quality information to our tourists, of course if we want to deal with the development of tourism.A small but important lesson from tourism.Attachment:SOUTH on 2 wheels POSTER 1SOUTH on 2 wheels POSTER 2
More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home2 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor8 hours agoThe kitchen at 24 Walker Ave, New FarmA house at 24 Walker Ave, New Farm is set for auction on March 18. The three-bedroom home is on Teneriffe Hill.It sits on a 764sq m block. The home has a wrap around balcony.Once you enter through the main entry way there is a living and entertaining area.The kitchen has views of the Brisbane River and the dining area allows access to the surrounding deck. 26 Castile St, Indooroopilly. Picture: realestate.com.auAt 26 Castile St, Indooroopilly this home has hit the market with a price guide of between $1,680,000 and $1,780,000.The four-bedroom resort-style home has 4.2 metre high ceilings, bamboo floors, a fireplace and commercial grade glass.Decks overlook the swimming pool. 70 Gosford St, Mount Gravatt is one of the new listings. Picture: realestate.com.auMORE new listings are hitting the Brisbane real estate market.CoreLogic figures reveal 4616 more properties were listed for sale in Brisbane in the past four weeks.There are now 19,533 properties listed for sale, 2.3 per cent higher than this time last year.New listings include this home at 70 Gosford St, Mount Gravatt has hit the market with a $749,000 plus price tag.The four-bedroom home has drop ceiling bulkheads, and LED downlights throughout the house.There are 2.7m ceilings throughout the house Sydney blue gum timber floors. 26 Castile St, Indooroopilly. Picture: realestate.com.au
(REUTERS) English football clubs were raided early yesterday morning by tax officials as part of a wide-sweeping probe, with several men arrested for suspected Income Tax and National Insurance fraud.British media were reporting that West Ham United and Newcastle United were targets of the investigation.The London club did not immediately respond to Reuters’ request for comment, while a Newcastle spokesperson said she expected to issue a statement “in due course”.West Ham issued a statement to local media, saying the club was “cooperating fully with HMRC to assist their enquiries”.The body responsible for United Kingdom’s tax collection said: “180 HMRC officers have been deployed across the UK and France today.“Investigators have searched a number of premises in the North East and South East of England and arrested the men and also seized business records, financial records, computers and mobile phones.“This criminal investigation sends a clear message that, whoever you are, if you commit tax fraud you can expect to face the consequences.”HMRC said French authorities were assisting the UK investigation, that they have made arrests and that several locations have been searched in France.A French judicial source with direct knowledge of the matter confirmed to Reuters that a preliminary investigation has been opened and that operations were underway in France and in the UK.The source, who declined to be named, would not elaborate.