Launch of a competition to participate in the development of domestic tourism

The Department of Tourism in partnership with the Department in charge of Higher Education and the Moroccan Society of Tourism Engineering (SMIT), are launching a national competition allowing young students to participate in the development and growth of the Moroccan internal tourism product , by appealing to their creativity, innovation and inventiveness.

This student competition is a call for the transformation of the domestic tourist offer so that it is compatible with the expectations of Moroccan tourists, but also with the new health constraints and this, by detecting and rewarding the most innovative ideas.

It is about provoking a real emulation in the domestic tourism pool by constituting a bank of ideas made up of innovative and viable concepts, tourism products, services or solutions promoting the revitalization and the transition towards a more innovative, competitive domestic tourism product. and durable.

Targeting young students from all universities and higher education establishments in Morocco, this competition is structured around 2 major categories.

Tourism products and / or services allowing to boost the demand of Moroccan tourists and enrolling in one of the following sectors: seaside tourism, cultural tourism, nature tourism.

Innovative technological solutions to increase the creativity and competitiveness of tourism players marketing products for domestic tourism.

Inventive and innovative minds will have until June 03, 2021 to submit their applications on the site

The award ceremony will be held on August 19, 2021. The lucky winners will be rewarded on this solemn occasion in the presence of high personalities and eminent actors of the tourism sector in Morocco.

Janelle B. Smith

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