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Archives For: 2018/3

BSP continues sponsorship of Pacific region’s biggest tourism event ‘SPTE18’

The region’s biggest bank ‘Bank of the South Pacific’ reaffirmed its commitment to the South Pacific Tourism Organisation yesterday with a $55,000FJD sponsorship for the South Pacific Tourism Exchange 2018, the region’s largest tourism event. SPTO Chief Executive Officer, Christopher Cocker said that the financial support from BSP, particularly the region’s largest bank was a ... read more

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Minister of Tourism meets with South Pacific Tourism Organization Executive Director

Tourism Minister Nicole Bouteau met Thursday with South Pacific Tourism Organization (SPTO) Executive Director Christopher Cocker, who came to Tahiti for the Pacific Business Days. French Polynesia is one of the 17 member countries of the SPTO. The organization has 120 private members, including four Tahiti companies: Tahiti Nui Travel, South Pacific Management, Tekura Travel and ... read more

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BSP Recommits Partnership With SPTE

The South Pacific Tourism Exchange (SPTE) being the region’s biggest tourism event received a major boost today after Bank South Pacific (BSP) recommitted itself as major partners. The partnership between BSP and the South Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) – the organisers of SPTE – is part of a three-year commitment towards supporting the event. This ... read more

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World Bank advocates more participation for women in Seasonal Worker Programme

Increasing the participation of Pacific women in Australia’s Seasonal Worker Programme is one of the recommendations in a new report by the World Bank. The report, launched in Canberra, outlined a series of 11 Policy recommendations which would lead to greater benefits across the region from Australia’s Seasonal Worker Programme. The World Bank’s Jesse Doyle ... read more

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Cooks tourism agency reviewing harassment policies

The Cook Islands Tourism Corporation says more research is needed to establish if its marketing of the country is encouraging sexual harassment of workers. Most workers interviewed for the 2014 Auckland University of Technology study said they had been sexually harassed by customers and titillating marketing was seen as one of the causes. The corporation’s ... read more

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