PATA(Pacific Asia Travel Association) Korea chapter participated in 'Korea International Medical Tourism Convention 2012'(KIMTC 2012) to introduce various services.
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) is a membership association working to promote the responsible development of travel and tourism in the Asia Pacific region.
In partnership with private and public sector members, PATA enhances the sustainable growth, value and quality of travel and tourism to-from-and-within, the region.
PATA's Strategic Intelligence Centre (SIC) offers unrivalled data and insights including Asia Pacific inbound and outbound statistics, analyses and forecasts as well as in-depth reports on strategic tourism markets
The PATA Foundation contributes to the sustainable and responsible development of travel and tourism in Asia Pacific through the protection of the environment, the conservation of heritage and support for education.
Meanwhile, 'Korea International Medical Tourism Convention 2012' which is organized by 'Korea Tourism Organization', 'KINTEX' and 'Financial News' and supported by 'Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism' and 'Ministry of Health & Welfare' is going to be a representative marketing platform to activate Korea domestic Medical Tourism Industry.
'Korea International Medical Tourism Convention 2012' is supported by GyeongGi-Do, Goyang-si, Korea Health Industry Development Institute and Gyeonggi Tourism Organization from various angles.Also visitors can experience differentiated medical services and see competitiveness of Korean Medical Tourism by competitive participating companies from wild area including General Hospital, specialized Hospital,U-Healthcare, Beauty care, Wellness and others.
Above this, varied conferences are run based on 'KOREAN Medical Wave 4.0' so that people can think about the direction of future of Medical Tourism. Pre-registration or group registration is available on the official homepage: www.hospitalshow.co.kr.
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