Promotional video “Ambassadors of Croatian Tourism” named the world’s best promotional video for 2017

first_imgPromotional video of the Croatian National Tourist Board “Ambassadors of Croatian tourism“, Which in a short time achieved multimillion viewership in foreign emitting markets, by the decision of the American expert and representative jury Citizine Networks i National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), won the prestigious award “Travel Video Awards”In category”Best Video by a Tourism Organization”.Also, in addition to the expert jury, the promotional video was recognized by the audience, which in the online voting declared the Croatian promotional tourist video the best tourist promotional video for 2017. Otherwise, “Citizen’s Travel Video Awards“Is an organization founded by independent filmmakers and brands from around the world that rewards innovative and inspiring independent as well as branded videos.The awards ceremony was held in the center of Las Vegas, in the House of Blues, and the recognition was personally taken over by the director of the Croatian Tourist Board Kristjan Staničić by Philip DeBevoise, founder and President of the Board of “With great joy and pride we received the news about the candidacy of our promotional video in the category for the best video of a tourist organization, and the won award for us represents great joy and satisfaction. This is a confirmation that in the Croatian National Tourist Board, together with partners, we create top promotional content that is internationally recognized and accepted by the profession, but also by many travel enthusiasts around the world., said director Stanicic.The CNTB points out that the awards were given in total 9 categories within which more than 360 of submitted projects, and each category had four finalists. CNTB promotional video won in the category for the best promotional video of a tourist organization for which they even arrived 44 applications, while promotional videos were shortlisted Croatia, Peru, Colombia and Jordan.Promotional video “Ambassadors of Croatian tourism“Filmed in various recognizable locations in Croatia and it was attended by 10 famous and famous people from the world of sports and art, among whom are Luka Modrić, Иван Ракитић, Mario Mandžukić, Mateo Kovačić, Dejan Lovren, Dario Šarić, Marin Čilić, 2Cellos, Максим Мрвица, and Zrinka Cvitešić. With this promotional work, Croatia is additionally positioned on the international market through famous and successful personalities, and in addition to well-known Croatian destinations, the video also promotes other forms of Croatian tourist offer, such as cultural and historical heritage, eno-gastronomy, active vacation, nautical, natural beauty and other segments. Croatian tourism.</p>
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Caribbean, Latin American leaders meet in Venezuela

first_img Tweet 7 Views   no discussions Share Share Sharing is caring!center_img Share NewsRegional Caribbean, Latin American leaders meet in Venezuela by: – December 2, 2011 Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will host the two-day summit that begins in the capital today and is being attended by representatives of the bloc’s 33 member states.CARACAS, Venezuela, Friday December 2, 2011 – Regional leaders are attending the third major summit of the Latin American and Caribbean grouping – CELAC – that will discuss energy independence and a common energy policy among other issues.Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will host the two-day summit that begins in the capital today and is being attended by representatives of the bloc’s 33 member states.The leaders will also hold talks on the world economic crisis, as well as independence from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.Officials are hoping to formally establish the bloc tomorrow with the signing of the Caracas Declaration.The United States and Canada have been excluded from the grouping, which some believe to be a possible alternative to the Organization of American States (OAS).Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro insists that CELAC does not seek to replace arrangements such as PetroCaribe, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), and the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA).Instead, he said it would act as “the mother organization that gathers them together and allows for the diversity of organisms and proposals and ways of thinking can be developed and consolidated”.Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa said he intends to propose the creation of a Human Rights Commission to serve as an alternative to the OAS’s Inter-American Human Rights Commission.Caribbean 360 Newslast_img read more