New edition of FairWay, the Santiago de Compostela Pilgrimage Forum, launched

II edición FairWay

New edition of FairWay, the Santiago de Compostela Pilgrimage Forum, launched

The Forum del Camino de Santiago, FairWay, has already launched its second edition, which will be held from 12 to 14 November at the Palacio de Congresos e Exposicións de Galicia (Santiago de Compostela), an event with a format consisting of an open congress, consisting of presentations and sectoral round tables; a professional fair in which companies and institutions can show their resources and services; and a workshop that will facilitate meetings of commercial exchange with leading tour companies and institutions.
The workshop will be held on 13 and 14 and its purpose is to allow the participating entities to have direct contact with hosted-buyers from the main issuing countries. To date, more than 30 tour operators from 14 different countries have confirmed their presence: Colombia, Norway, Ireland, Brazil, Uruguay, Portugal, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, Argentina, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Spain.

The organization will make an agenda service available to interested parties in order to try to close as many trade agreements as possible. The members of the Galician Tourism Cluster will have a 25% discount on the registration fee, being necessary that if you are interested please send the attached form filled out to email, before October 15. The organization will be in charge of managing the agenda of meetings, which will be sent to you days before the fair. Likewise, we inform you that in order to ensure the optimal development and agility of your appointments, it is essential to comply with the schedules established by the organization.

In parallel to Fairway, there will be a series of activities in the Galician capital, called Fairway City. In addition, journalists and international tour operators will visit sections of the English Way and the Portuguese Way on press and familiarization trips.

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