MTI founding member, Keith Pollard, spoke at the Greek Health Tourism Integration Conference in Athens on 22-23 February.
Ilan Geva, one of the founding members of Medical Travel Insight, was the Congress Chair for the MICE Event for Central and Eastern Europe held in Bucharest this month. The conference attracts about 200 buyers of business travel and other services such as health and wellness tourism in the central Eastern European region.
Ilan Geva, Keith Pollard, Irving Stackpole, and Elizabeth Ziemba will be participating in IMTEC 2014 to be held in Dubai on March 5 and 6. Contact us if you would like to schedule a time to meet with any one or all 4 of our international health travel professionals. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. See you there!
Medical Travel Insight founder and team member, Ilan Geva, recently addressed a distinguished audience in Porto, Portugal about building a medical tourism brand for the country. Listen to his presentation by clicking on this link: http://www.estsp.ipp.pt/site/verNoticia.php?m=5&id=201
The English translation of the introduction is as follows:
Panel discussion – Ilan Geva
Integrated in the implementation of its Strategic Development Plan, the ESTSP.IPP joined the Forum Portucalense, the promoter of this expert visit to Portugal, and received in the 1st of July, the American professor Ilan Geva, professor at the University of Chicago and De Paul, organizing a Panel Discussion on Health Tourism and the need / potential inherent in the creation of the brand “Portugal” to facilitate the international recognition of our country in this important area for future positioning and Portuguese economic development.
Internationally recognized as one of the biggest “gurus” in this area was an open and friendly that Prof.. Ilan Geva shared his vast experience and answered questions posed by the care, almost entirely made up of teachers ESTSP.IPP interested in this subject.
Having been another step in this direction ESTSP.IPP Tourism Health and Wellness, the year should further actions at various levels to occur as early as next school year.