Kindly Share This Story:Omolara Adagunodo is the managing director of Jumia Travel and an experienced Country Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the hospitality industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Sales, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Market Research, and Management. Strong sales professional with a Master of Science (MSc) focused in Management from The Manchester Metropolitan University. She speaks on some issues that are limiting the tourism industry from harnessing its maximum potentials in the economy sphere of the world. By Ebunoluwa Sessou Every September 27 is World Tourism Day and Jumia Travel decided to organize seminar for tour operators and travel agencies, what informed that? As we all know, September 27 is the United Nation World Tourism Organization, UNWTO Day. It a day to celebrate tourism worldwide and with this year’s theme, ‘Tourism and Jobs: A better future for all”, it is an issue in Nigeria today. The unemployment rate in Nigeria is devastating hence the need to bring experts to the roundtable to discuss the industry and ways to grow the sector. Talking about industry expert, there are names that were mentioned during the seminar and there were at the event. Was it a deliberate action? The people we… Read full this story
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