ALIANZA QUITO TURISMO / BUREAU DE CONVENCIONES
The publicly owned metropolitan tourism management company “Quito Turismo”, in partnership with the Quito Convention and Incentives Bureau, acts as an entity that represents and promotes the city both nationally and internationally. The company is committed to development by promoting the best quality, sustainability and innovation practices in the city, its communities and for its visitors
- Norma Cristina Bock – Quito Turismo Industry of Meetings MICE Director
- Luis Proaño Recalde – President of the Convention Bureau
EMPRESA PÚBLICA MUNICIPAL DE TURISMO, PROMOCIÓN CÍVICA Y RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES DE GUAYAQUIL, EP.
This company works to make Guayaquil an icon of Ecuador’s tourism development, the top destination for local and foreign travelers. The company aims to develop a sense of civic duty and belonging among the inhabitants of Guayaquil towards their city and the canton.
Under the “Guayaquil is my Destination” logo, the company seeks to position the city as one of the best destinations for conventions, fairs, conferences and events through the conventions and visitors’ bureau. Additionally, it also encourages tourism and international relations by promoting the city and its civic and cultural values.
- Gloria Ana Gallardo Zavala – Presidenta del Directorio
FUNDACIÓN MUNICIPAL TURISMO PARA CUENCA
This foundation develops and promotes Cuenca as a quality tourist product-destination both nationally and internationally, under the concepts of tourist safety and consumer guarantees in accordance with national planning. They generate a collective awareness about the importance of tourism practices and respect for nature and culture by incorporating sustainable development principles in all activities, without neglecting the well-being, health and safety of their employees, and all within the legal framework and healthy competition.
- Dina Cecilia Vicuña Garzón – Analista de Mercadeo
ALCALDÍA DE MANTA
Manta is a port city on the central coast of Ecuador. It is known for the tuna fishing industry. The popular “Murcielago” beach is located in the northwest corner of the city. Bars and restaurants are grouped along the scenic “Malecon” or coastal promenade and the nearby streets. The quiet beach of “Tarqui” has a fish market by the sea. Nearby is the Central Bank Museum, which contains pre-Columbian relics of indigenous tribes.