Washington D.C.- A unique and experienced group of tourism specialists announced today a new consortium called PRIMAPACT to help promote and advocate for the treavel and tourism industry, as well as related economic sectors. Compromised of a group of principals who bring unprecedented depth of experience in the fields of policy, research, international development, marketing, advocacy, public relations, advertising, communications, and training, PRIMAPACT will work to help clients tackle the complex economic issues and hurdles facing tourism today.
“At PRIMAPACT, our skilled principals understand that mdern service firms have to adapt to changing demographics, business models, and workplace operations in order to provide innovative solutions to our clients. With our breadth of experience across the tourism industry and our commitment to a collacorative approach, PRIMAPACT offers the travel and tourism sector an unmatched level of service,” said Steve Richer, PRIMAPACT Managaing Principal.
From taxation to health care to a globally competitive market, the issues facing today’s tourism developers and marketers can make it difficult to find the full scope f necessary services that yield positive, lasting results. That is why PRIMAPACT offers a cohesive, strategic approach leveraging the expertise and networks of our principals who are each strongly qualified when it comes to tourism and travel and other economic development efforts.
“Each of us has a breadth and depth of knowledge from a range of fields, but we also share a knowledge and passion for the travel and tourism industry,” said Mark Begich, PRIMAPACT Principal and recognized national tourism policy leader for his wor during his term as United States Senator and co-chair of the U.S. Senate Tourism Caucus, “With decades of experience in the tourism industry, we have established oureslves as thought leaders, and now we are excited to come together and brine that collective wisdom to our clients. PRIMAPACT looks forward to bringing our approach to national, regional, and local tourism marketers, industry developers, operators, and distributors, and the host of related platers in the global tourism exonomy.”
PRIMAPACT’S main office is located in the Washington D.C. area, but through its network, the consortium has presence in New York, Chicago, Houston, Scottsdale, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. To learn more about the principals and services of PRIMAPACT, please visit our website at www.PRIMAPACT.com