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VNY 2020 isn’t Only Number It’s a Strategy: NTB CEO Deepak Raj Joshi

VNY 2020 isn’t Only Number It’s a Strategy: NTB CEO Deepak Raj Joshi

Nepalayatimes/VNY 2020 isn’t the only number it’s a strategy: NTB CEO Deepak Raj Joshi VNY 2020 isn’t Only Number It’s a Strategy: NTB CEO Deepak Raj Joshi Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) is promoting Nepal in the domestic and international market and is working toward repositioning the image of the country. It also aims to regulate product development activities. This national …

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Tourism Promotion Through Media: Tourism Journalism Training Concluded

Tourism Promotion Through Media: Tourism Journalism Training Concluded

Tourism Promotion Through Media: Tourism Journalism Training Concluded Nepalayatimes/Tourism Promotion Through Media: Tourism Journalism Training Concluded From March24-26, 2019, Federation of Nepalese Tourism Journalists (NEFTOJ) with jointly initiated Nepal Tourism Board NTB has conducted a training course on “Tourism Promotion Through Media: Tourism Journalism Training” attended by 50 professional journalists in Nepalgunj, Banke Nepal from different media houses ranging from …

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Dhamala and Poudel nominated as New Board Member of NTB

Dhamala Poudel nominated as New Board Member of NTB

Nepalayatimes/Dhamala and Poudel nominated as New Board Member of NTB Kathmandu- The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation has nominated Ms. PamfaDevi Poudel Dhamala and Mr. Biplab Paudel as Executive Member of Nepal TourismBoard Executive Committee effective from February 18, 2019 for the tenure of 3years. They are nominated by Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation through the …

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Hopeful Initiation of International Tourists Arrival in Nepal

Hopeful Initiation of International Tourists Arrival in Nepal

Nepalayatimes/Hopeful Initiation of International Tourists Arrival in Nepal Kathmandu – The year 2019 has begun with a very encouraging growth trend in tourist arrivals to Nepal. According to Nepal Tourism Board, 77,300 international visitors came by air and 14,493 came overland to Nepal in January. In aggregate, a total of 91,793 visitors came to the country, a cumulative increase of …

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VNY2020: Discuss Investment, Employment Opportunities than Number of Tourist

VNY 2020: Discuss Investment, Employment Opportunities than Number of Tourist

Sahas Neuppane/Nepalayatimes: VNY2020: Discuss Investment, Employment Opportunities than Number of Tourist.Kathmandu – Nepal government has declared 2020 as the Visit Nepal Year, with the goal of entering 20 million tourists with the hope that the tourism sector develops smoothly after the earthquake’s tremendous crackdown. The government’s announcement has made the tourism entrepreneur more enthusiastic. Government, the private sector and stakeholders are …

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NTB CEO Joshi Awarded Highest IIPT Champions in Challenge Award 2018

Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Mr. Deepak R Joshi the Chief Executive Officer, Nepal Tourism Board, has been awarded the highest IIPT Champions in Challenge Award 2018 from“International Institute for Peace Through Travel and Tourism” at the ITCMS (International Travel Crisis Management Summit) in London, UK. The CEO is honored with this award for his continuous hard work and success in bringing …

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NRNA Announced 2019 to be Celebrated as Tourism Promotion Year

Nepalayatimes Kathmandu – Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has announced that they are going to celebrate the year 2019 as Tourism Promotion Year for Nepal. This program has been announced as a complementary initiative to the government’s announcement of celebrating Visit Nepal Year 2020, targeting to welcome two million tourists by 2020. The NRNA will be conducting promotional campaigns in 80 …

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Nepal Tourism Board: Government Owned Tourism Organization

Nepal Tourism Board   Nepal Tourism Board is a national organization established in 1998 by an act of Parliament in the form of partnership between the Government of Nepal and private sector tourism industry to develop and market Nepal as an attractive tourist destination. The Board provides platform for vision-drawn leadership for Nepal’s tourism sector by integrating Government commitment with …

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