Tourism is considered one of the key drivers of the country’s socio-economic progress. It can be compared in scope to oil exports, food production or car production. It has become one of the key factors in international trade and is one of the main sources of income in many developing countries.Tourism accounts for 10% of world GDP, 6% of world exports and 1 of 11 of the world’s jobs. And now you can study it part-time, with work, family and other obligations, 100% online.It is crucial for success in tourism to follow trendsCreative thinking about news in the field of tourist offer is important for the success of an individual tourist organization. The main trends of the future are:• Emotional experiences• Experiences of local specialties• Body care• Gastronomy• Shopping• Escape from everyday lifeThe full article is available at links.You can find the only online program in the field of tourism in Croatia at DOBA FacultyProgram Business and management in tourism covers the most modern subjects in the field of trends in tourism, such as Development and design of top products and services in tourism, Sustainable tourism and the local environment, Social media strategies and marketing, Management of trends in tourism… We implement it in completely online, but don’t worry, we have been conducting online studies at DOBI for 18 years in a row, we have experience, international accreditation, developed support seven days a week, and your diploma will not say that you studied online, namely this way of studying is equivalent to classical – so officially, as in practice.Worried about an online degree? Due to the equality of both ways of studying, it is not written on your European diploma that you studied online.Do you want to get to know us better?At your disposal is the personal consultation of our manager for the Croatian market, Nuša Lazar, who is in Zagreb on Tuesday, February 6 and also, on Tuesday, February 13, 2018. Please register for the consultation by email [email protected] you are more comfortable at work or in a home armchair, join us at the online live presentation:• on Wednesday, February 14, 2018, at 12.00:19.00 or XNUMX:XNUMX. Sign up here.We will be happy to send you informative material if you trust us your contacts.At DOBA Faculty, we have prepared an interesting video that shows how to become a successful online student, among other obligations?
The money is for the team’s preparations and travel expenses, and a further $5,000 contribution for the upkeep of the players during the competition.Pinnick who was presented the team jersey shared some moments with the players. He said the gesture was to show that football is one family in which the physically challenged are an integral part.“Even though we are under different bodies, football is football, there is no difference. The team is going to represent Nigeria, that is what is important. “It is also gladdens my heart to see how football provides a window for our brothers to continue to pursue their dreams to achieve a place in the world sports.“It opens new opportunities and hope for all physically challenged people. I urge the team to remain focused and keep their spirit high. I plead with all Nigerians to support them as they support the Super Eagles,” stressed Pinnick who captained Family United By Sports (FUBS) team which comprised several ex internationals like Victor Ikpeba, Godwin Okpara, Peter Rufai, Friday Ekpo, Friday Elaho against a Lagos SWAN team.The Nigeria Amputee team recently launched a public appeal for funding support to foot their bill to the World Cup following non-response to their requests for sponsorship from the Federal Ministry of Sports and Corporate Nigeria.They had failed to attend three previous editions of the World Cup to which they qualified, for lack of funds, and may possibly be suspended from the global competition for long years should they fail to attend for the fourth.The Nigeria amputee team requires about N40m to provide for flight tickets, pre-competition camping, procurement of standard amputee sports equipment, upkeep and other logistics for the delegation of 15 players and five officials.Nigeria, Ghana, Angola, Kenya and Liberia are representing Africa in the 24 countries competition. While the Nigerian team is still searching for funds and yet to go into camping, their Ghanaian counterparts have been on a training tour of the UK where they played the Arsenal FC Amputee squad last Sunday. President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Amaju Pinnick, at the weekend in Lagos donated N2.5million to assist Nigeria’s amputee football team participate in the Amputees Football World Cup scheduled to kick off in Mexico on October 24 through November. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram