Israel Ministry appoints Director of Tourism for Canada

Israel Ministry appoints Director of Tourism for Canada

eTurboNews Syndication:

The Israel Ministry of Tourism has appointed Gal Hana as Consul, Director of Tourism for Canada.

Prior to his appointment, Hana served being an advisor to the Director-General of the Ministry. He was instrumental in streamlining cross-office processes, improving the Ministry’s organizational structure, and promoting the development of projects to bolster tourism. Before joining the Israel Ministry, Hana served as Senior Director of National Projects in the Prime Minister’s office. Here, he was in charge of establishing the senior division of Atudot L’Israel, a talent management program centered on promoting excellence within the general public service sector.

In his first year with the Israel Ministry, Hana played an essential role to advertise tourism infrastructure projects. These included the construction of a tourist rail system, and promoting the expansion of the hotel industry to support the growing amount of people to Israel. In his new role because the Director of Tourism, Hana shall manage the Israel Ministry of Tourism’s Canada office. He shall work to create on the Ministry’s record-record-breaking success in the last 2 yrs.

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“Arrivals from Canada have already been growing steadily and our goal would be to see record-growth once we continue steadily to promote Israel as a dynamic destination that promises to delight and captivate travelers of assorted interests,” said Hana. “I’m grateful to the Israel Ministry because of this opportunity and appearance forward to realizing the entire potential of the Canadian sector.”

Visitors from Canada have become 21% in the last 2 yrs. Israel hopes to surpass this achievement in 2020 and make Canada among the top markets for tourism to Israel.

Hana’in August of the year s post took effect.

Author: George Taylor

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