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Egypt's tourism minister meets Beautiful Destinations founder during US visit

Jeremy Johnson, Beautiful Destinations founder, is one of the most prominent bloggers and influencers on social media specialised in tourism and travel

Ahram Online , Sunday 14 Jul 2019
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During her current visit to the United States, Egyptian Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat met the founder of Beautiful Destinations, Jeremy Johnson, as well as the creative director of the company, Remi Carlioz, in order to follow up on the latest preparations of a number of promotional movies and photos to be used in campaigns in support of tourism to Egypt.
The meeting comes within the partnership protocol between Egypt's Ministry of Tourism and Beautiful Destinations, one of the largest internationally known companies specialised in promoting tourism, signed during the participation of Egypt in the Internationale Tourismus-Börse Berlin (ITB) in March.
Al-Mashat noted that the plan of the ministry is based on applying the most updated electronic technologies and platforms in order to keep pace with international changes in the field.
Johnson, company founder and one of the most prominent bloggers and influencers on social media specialised in tourism and travel, expressed his happiness with the cooperation with the ministry in promoting tourism to Egypt abroad.
Beautiful Destinations is specialised in promoting tourism via social media. It has 20 million followers from 180 countries around the world on its different social media platforms.
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