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California’s Sonoma adds agent training


delighted to be welcoming Canada to the Club Med family. We’re thrilled to be revealing room renderings and giving guests a more intimate look at the resort.” Te hotel will use locally


sourced wood, stone and tiles, and the resort is working to achieve certification from leading sustainability assessment organisation Breeam. Club Med said the hotel’s


interior design would also reflect Canada’s cultural heritage. Te resort is aiming for


Green Globe certification, and is partnering with Solucycle, a food waste management company, to implement a sustainable system that turns waste into green energy or compost. Agents will be able to book


rooms from January 2020. clubmedagents.co.uk


Sonoma County Tourism has launched its first training platform, giving agents the opportunity to become destination experts. The Californian region, known for its wine production, has teamed up with Travel Pro to create an agent training platform that can be used on desktop and mobile. It features product information, maps, shareable images and details of trade events. sonomacountytravelpro.com


Tourism Malaysia in


UK promotional push Tourism Malaysia has launched its first UK campaign for five years. It has partnered with Malaysia Airlines to advertise on 135 taxis and two buses in London to highlight the carrier’s flights from the capital. The tourism body has also teamed up with Sepang International Circuit to promote motor sport tourism, ahead of Malaysia hosting the MotoGP World Championship in November and FIM Endurance World Championship and FIA World Touring Car Cup in December. malaysia.travel


Iceland unveils eight webinars for trade


Promote Iceland has produced eight webinars to help travel agents learn more about the destination. The Get to Know Iceland online training helps agents with pronunciation of location names, gives details of trade events and provides the tools needed to become an Iceland Specialist through a programme introduced in 2016. The first webinar focuses on responsible travel, and will be followed by seven on


less-visited regions. bit.ly/icelandtoolbox


travelweekly.co.uk


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