Minister pledges support for Tourism Booster project

The organisers of the Tourism Booster project have paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Catherine Abelema Afeku to formally brief her on the event which takes place from April 23 to April 29.

The Tourism Booster seminars are a three-city programme for tourism managers, owners of hospitality facilities and players in the tourism industry.

Addressing the meeting, the minister commended the organisers and assured them of the ministry’s support.

She advised the organisers to ensure that the conference is affordable so that it will be of benefit to tourism operators in the country who require such programmes to develop their businesses.

Nana Seiwaa Osbourne, the Managing Director of Nasoa Services assured the Minister of her team’s determination to make the event a practical one to benefit all participants.

Bice Osei Kuffour (Obour), a director of Nasoa Services said the company hopes to make the Tourism Booster an annual event to provide tailor made programmes for the Tourism sector.

Present at the meeting were members of the Nasoa Services team, Nana Yaa Sarpong and Ahuma Bosco Ocansey.

Tourism Booster is organized by Nasoa Services, a tourism and event management company, and will take place in Kumasi on April 24, Cape Coast on April 26 and in Ada on April 28.

The seminar will feature speaker specialists from the United States of America who will take the participants through what it takes to develop their tourism brand and monetise the brand.

The theme for the programme is “Enhancing the Capacity of Operators in the Hostpitality Industry in Ghana for Increaserd Tourism Inflows” and it is being organized in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Ghana Tourism Federation, the Ghana Tourism Authority with support from the Public Affairs Department of the United States of America.