Seychelles Tourism Board explains the need to keep the world updated


Last week Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Tourism Board’s CEO, addressed the Young Leaders Program, and he touched on the work of the News Bureau, a point that is often taken for granted. Alain St.Ange explained that Seychelles was dependent on foreign press for its work vis-a-vis visibility for the country and for ensuring that what was happening there was in the know everywhere.

The Tourism Board ensures that the overseas missions by Seychelles President Michel makes it on the international press, because that helps visibility for Seychelles. The works of the Tourism Board aer also issued daily in a bid to help keep Seychelles in the forefront and tourism markets in the know as to what was happening. Mr. St.Ange and the Board’s Copywriter, Glynn Burridge, gave an undertaking to the group from the Young Leaders Program that their lecture would be on newslines the following day so that they appreciated the power of the press and the networking structure now reached by the Seychelles Tourism Board.

The Saturday edition of eTN (eTurbo News) carried the article “Seychelles Tourism Board addresses ‘Seychelles Young Leaders’ Program,” on and on . ( eTurbo News: & For Immediate Release: )

We published the article because so many people have called in to see the reason behind this domestic-related article that not only made it on the news wire but also appeared on Google Alert.

Alain St.Ange has invited the business community and interested parties to log in on eTurboNews and to subscribe to the world electronic news dispatch. “It is a free service that keeps you updated daily on important news from the whole world,” Alain St.Ange, an eTN Ambassador said.