5th Family Accommodation Forum (FOS) announced

first_imgThe largest gathering of family accommodation or the 5th national “Family Accommodation Forum” (FOS) has been announced, which will take place on March 29-30.3.2019, XNUMX. in Split, in the Gripe Sports Center organized by the Croatian Chamber of Commerce and the Family Tourism Association of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce.This year’s FOS will present innovations in legislation and organize always up-to-date tax advice. Participants will be introduced to new trends and topics important for business improvement such as interior design, virtual promotion, business etiquette, nutrition, installment management, offer segmentation, adventure activities as additional services for guests.Presentations of work with agencies and online platforms will be presented. They will also discuss the importance of sustainable tourism with examples of good practice and the topic of security.As part of the Forum, an award ceremony will be held for the best micro and small entrepreneurs of family tourism in the action “Tourist flower – Quality for Croatia”.This year, too, a large exhibition space will be organized with the presentation of the offer of manufacturers and service providers relevant to family accommodation.PROGRAMME 5th FAMILY ACCOMMODATION FORUM, March 29-30.3.2019, XNUMX, Gripe Sports Center, Split FRIDAY, 29.3.2019.13:00 – 15:00Grand opening of the 5th Family Accommodation ForumCroatian Chamber of Commerce, Croatian National Tourist Board, Ministry of Tourism, City of Split, Split-Dalmatia County Tourist BoardAward ceremony “Tourist Flower – Quality for Croatia 2018.”A reminder of the winners of the EHHA Awards14:30 – 15:00Coffee break15:00 – 18:0015:00 Legislative changes and news for private renters – Ministry of TourismPresentation of the credit line of the Ministry of Tourism for private renters – Ministry of Tourism15:45 Loyalty to the guest as a condition of sustainable security in tourism – Ministry of Interior16:30 Tax position of household accommodation providers – Ljerka Markota, RRiF Plus17:30 Trends in family accommodation – Family tourism communitySATURDAY, 30.3.2019.10:00 – 15:0010:00 Presentation of Booking.com online platform10:30 Ecobnb – a platform for ecological accommodation facilities and sustainable tourism11:00 Doing business with travel agencies11:30 Additional activities for longer stay – Adventure Tourism Community11:30 – 12:15Coffee break12:15 – 15:0012:15 Private accommodation and luxury… why not? – Adriatic Concierge12:45 Little things make a big difference – Why are interior redesign and professional photography a smart investment? – Smart Art by Mia Sinovčić13:30 Serving the best breakfast – Chef Željko Neven Bremec, Association of Chefs of Mediterranean and European Regions14:00 Business communication – Anamarija Cicarelli, Interligo Counseling for small renters14:15 How to be a successful landlord in 2019 – Nino Dubretić, Direkt Booker and award-winning landlord Applications will be open soon. Follow HrTurizam.hrlast_img read more

NFF adopts PPG, sets new league season tentatively to start September/October

first_img Promoted ContentBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them11 Greatest Special Effects Movies Of All Time10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?12 Countries Whose Technological Progress Amazes14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art10 Phones That Can Work For Weeks Without Recharging6 Best ’90s Action Movies To Watch Today Loading… Following resolutions passed at an online meeting of the NFF Football Committee, which had in attendance the Chairpersons of all the National Leagues and the President of the Nigeria Referees Association, the Executive Committee of the NFF has adopted PPG, sets new league season tentatively to start September/October. NFF after a holistic consideration of all the issues affecting the leagues (including the status of the leagues before the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic), the impact of the pandemic-induced disruptions, the health, safety and movement restrictive measures in the country, the potential protocols for football resumption, the costs, the financial status of the leagues and clubs, CAF calendar and resolutions of the various leagues as conveyed to the NFF, approved the following: 1. NPFL – The league ends at current Matchday 25 and the Points Per Game (PPG) table will be used to rank the teams in order to ensure sporting merit and sporting fairness. – The names of the Top 3 (three) clubs on the NPFL final PPG table as at Matchday 25 shall be submitted to CAF to represent Nigeria in the 2020/2021 CAF Inter – Club competitions (2 slots for CAF Champions League and 1 Slot for CAF Confederation Cup). – There will be no promotion to, or relegation from, NPFL for the 2019/2020 season. – The NPFL 2020/2021 season will start from September/October 2020 and end May 2021 subject to the full reopening of the country and the approval of the health authorities. 2. The NNL – The NNL 2019/2020 season which is at Match day 3 – 5 and has been on break since December 17, 2019 is cancelled, null and void. – There will be no promotion to, or relegation, from NNL. – The NNL 2020/2021 season will start from September/October 2020 and end May 2021 subject to the full reopening of the country and the approval of the health authorities. – The NFF will work with the NNL, the participating clubs and other stakeholders to ensure a successful fresh start from September/October 2020. This will include a review of the NNL structure to optimize its development. 3. NWFL – The yet-to-commence NWFL 2019/2020 season is aborted.center_img – The NWFL 2020/2021 to start from September/October 2020 and end May 2021 subject to the full reopening of the country and the approval of the health authorities. 4. NLO – The yet to commence NLO 2019/2020 Season aborted. – There will be no promotion to or relegation from NLO. – The NLO 2020/2021 season will start from September/October 2020 to end May 2021 subject to the full reopening of the country and the approval of the health authorities. 5. AITEO CUP – The AITEO Cup 2019/2020 which had only commenced at the State level is aborted. – The 2019 AITEO Cup Winners to be presented to CAF for the 2020/2021 CAF Inter-Club competition (Nigeria’s 2nd slot in the CAF Confederation Cup), reserved for Federation Cup winners. – The AITEO CUP 2020/2021 season to start from September/October 2020 to end May 2021 subject to the full reopening of the country and the approval of the health authorities. . All dates for the 2020/2021season to start are subject to the directives of the Federal Government in line with COVID-19 protocols. read also:NFF to pay Rohr $100,000 for April, May salaries . In addition, the full enforcement of licensing regulations and financial controls for the NPFL will commence from the 2020/2021 season. All clubs are required to comply, failing which they will be barred from participating. The Nigeria Football Federation will formally take the resolutions to the next General Meeting of its Congress for ratification. In the meantime, these resolutions have been formally communicated to the Federal Ministry of Youth & Social Development. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more