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Thursday, September 23, 2004
A Norfolk company which helped secure Heritage Lottery funding for Norwich's Dragon Hall and have been involved in a lottery bid for Norwich Cathedral is joining a high profile international delegation to Romania.
Specialist strategic management consultancy A Different View is to address about 50 Government officials and tourism chiefs at a top level seminar to be held in Bucharest next week.
The company will speak on the theme of "Culture and Heritage Attractions in the 21st Century" and share ideas and offer advice to the tourism directors. The trip will also involve a fact-finding mission of the country's attractions.The visit has been organised by the museums and heritage department of the British Chamber of Commerce and A Different View was chosen for its 20 years experience of attraction management.
Rosalind Johnson established A Different View three years ago with Sylvia Matiko, a former Vice President of US amusement chain Ripley's Entertainment Inc.
Ms Johnson said: "It is a great honour for us to represent the attractions industry globally and share with the people of Romania why and how attractions are successful. We hope to be giving them some real tried and tested pointers that they can take action on."
A Different View works with the owners of new and existing attractions to research potential and existing customers and help build visitor numbers.
Posted by Cristian C. Francu : 9/23/2004 01:28:00 pm
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