International Conference on Accessible Tourism, 22-24 April 2009, Singapore

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International Conference on Accessible Tourism 2009
April 22 – 24, 2009
YWCA Fort Canning Lodge, Singapore

Singapore welcomes you with open arms to ‘Tourism Unlimited: Access for All’. The Disabled People’s Association or DPI-Singapore, in line with its mission to be the Voice of People with Disabilities, will host the Third International Conference for Accessible Tourism (ICAT) 2009.

More than just a platform for advocating accessibility for all, ICAT 2009 also serves as a profitable avenue for the travel and tourism sector to explore the many possibilities of expanding their businesses by being inclusive.

Understanding the promising business ventures of Accessible Tourism in a growing market will benefit not only the travel and tourism sector but also greatly enhance the way of life of all residents the host country.

ICAT 2009 opens the doors to a Uniquely Singapore, A Global City for All!

For more information, please visit http://www.icat2009.com.sg



This announcement was circulated on the AsiaPacificDisability mailing list; inquiries related to this conference should please be directed to the conference organizers, NOT We Can Do. Please consult the <a href=”conference web site for contact information.

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We are very much interested by the international conference 22-24 april 2009,singapore.We will be grateful if this invitation was send as soon through the above email.

as a travel journalist im interested in tthe conference would like to participate

Dear Sir/Madam
We are very much interested by the international conference 22-24 april 2009,singapore.We will be grateful if this invitation was send as soon through the above email.
Thank you advance.

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i will like to participate on incoming international conference on accessible tourism in 22-24 april in singapore.

i will like to participate on incoming international conference on accessible tourism in 22-24 april in singapore.pls send my invitation letter to my e-mail address. thanks

please send details of the conference. we are a cross disabilities organisation, headquartered in chennai. I would like to know more about the conference. is it possible for individuals to participate? do mail me quickly. thanks these are my personal comments. Dr V.Janaki

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Singapore welcomes you with open arms to ‘Tourism Unlimited: Access for All’. The Disabled People’s Association or DPI-Singapore, in line with its mission to be the Voice of People with Disabilities. This is a good chance to visit Singapore. And accessible Tourism in a growing market will benefit not only the travel and tourism sector but also greatly enhance the way of life of all residents the host country.
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