Wedding Tourism

post by : eleonore.fouchaul


Swiss Tourism is trying to present Switzerland as a perfect wedding destination. A platform has been developed online early in the year (on to attract potential lovers. They have grouped a list of hotels, wedding planners, and atypical or heavenly places where they have the possibility to celebrate this once-in-a-life event. According to an interview on CNN of Jessica Cindy (a designer based in Singapore), Switzerland is highly valued for wedding tourism thanks to its safety, ease of travel, winter weddings, and landscapes. Mostly for Asian people, celebrating a marriage under the snow is a fairy tale.

However, getting married in Switzerland is very expensive. That’s also one of the reasons why Swiss people themselves also enjoy getting married abroad. The wedding planning agency “Nuptia Wedding & Event Planner” has already organized numerous marriages on the Island of Mauritius, and states that it is one of Swiss people’s favorite wedding destination when they want to have a beach scenery and not spend too much money. They also enjoy leaving to close European countries such as France, Italy or Spain, for different reasons; they may have some properties near the shore, some family there or are just looking for an unusual landscape not too far from their home.

Even though wedding tourism is quickly developing in Switzerland, there is still a long way to go to become one of the most prized wedding destinations. Some juridical factors also influence on wedding tourism. Since its legalization in some countries, same-sex marriages are being celebrated in various countries around the world, having a huge impact on the economy of these places.  According to the Journal of Economics and Finance, in the United States, the “federal income tax revenue would increase by up to $1.3 billion following same-sex marriage legalization.”[1]. Legalizing SSM in Switzerland would then probably have a big social and economic impact on the wedding industry in Switzerland.



Unusual accomodation in Switzerland

post by : caroline.blanc1

Who has ever dreamed of spending a night under the starry sky ? Being able to see the stars with a see-through ceiling over your head or sleeping just right in front of one of the highest summits in Europe, doesn’t that sound appealing ?

It is a trend going on for a few years now driving more and more places lucky enough to have the perfect environment to offer unique experiences by building accommodations exploiting the nice setting they are given.


An unusual accommodation can be defined as a place where you can stay and that provides you an unique and out of the ordinary experience regarding its location or the service it offers.


You can have a range of experiences in different places like mountains, near the sea, in the nature, in the air and so on. It is more like an adventure than if you just spend a night in an ordinary hotel. 

People using that kind of accommodations are mostly seeking for a new experience involving nice scenery, tranquility, originality and uniqueness. Even though the price is quite high, people choose to not take it into consideration focusing more on the experience than money. Most of the tourists are staying only for one night or the weekend. The clients are mostly couples (57%) and groups of friends (23%).



The market in Switzerland is still growing and not as evolved as in other countries like France, where unusual accommodations are easy to find.

A lot of places in Valais are offering those kind of experiences, mostly because the landscape and the scenery are a big selling point and attract a lot of people.


For instance Iglu Dorf in Zermatt, where you not only sleep in it but also have to construct it.

The Chetzeron in Crans-Montana located at 2112 meters in the mountains boasting its incredible view over the Alps or the Gornergrat in Zermatt built just right in front of the Matterhorn are also well-known examples included in what Valais has to offer in terms of unusual places to stay.


Since many chalets can be found in the mountains of Valais, locals are restoring theirs and turning them into accommodations for tourists. As we can see in the small village of La Forclaz, where they restored six agricultural chalets and named it “Anako Lodge”.


Moreover, the canton of Valais shares a tiny piece of Lake Geneva and this is interesting because over there are various offers such as spending a night on a boat floating on the lake. 

Comparison with France


Started about fifteen years ago, the business of unusual accommodations appeared in France quite early compared to some of her peers. The french market is mostly focused on treehouses, allowing several booking websites specialized in that kind of service to be created. The main purpose of this new service was to provide a place away from the city, where its guests could rest quietly and connect with nature.

In France, the unusual accommodation market covers 6.5% of the total turnover of the hotel business in 2016. (2.5 billion euros). For 2020, they expect an increase of 20% per year. 


While in France various experiences are offered such as spending a night surrounded by animals in a zoo or in the middle of a forest in their many treehouses, Switzerland still has room for improvements. The market here is mostly concentrated on places set in the mountains, bringing landscapes to the front scene. But Switzerland is not limited by mountains and breathtaking views, therefore she has many ways of expanding her offer. Restoring more chalets or huts to provide an unique experience to live like a local back in the day or combining the swiss wildlife with tourism by offering experiences with animals outdoors or even in a farm are some ideas to explore.

Nonetheless, Swiss tourism is already thriving regarding its success in the ski resorts field and by operating many sightseeing spots, attracting every year plenty of tourists from all around the world.


Ecotourism in Switzerland

post by : thea.villard

Ecotourism in Switzerland


What is Ecotourism and its principles?  

First, we are going to introduce you to Ecotourism. The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) defines it as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment, sustains the well-being of local people, and involves interpretation and education”.   

The principle of Ecotourism is to travel without damaging the nature and surroundings. Some of the main principles are to build environmental and cultural awareness, minimize physical, social, behavioural and psychological impacts or generate financial benefits for visitors and hosts.  

We started caring about the well-being of the earth in the 70s and 80s and that is how this movement started.  


Trends of Ecotourism in the world  

We are becoming more aware of the impact our travels have on the environment and local communities we interact with, meaning that ecotourism has exploded over the last few years. 

The first questioning travellers have when looking for destinations is: if I visit this place, will it have a negative impact on its inhabitants? According to a survey conducted by, 60% of travellers would choose not to visit a place if doing so would have a negative effect. Moreover, lesser known destinations are chosen instead of overcrowded places, such as Athens, Venice or Rome.  

The second point is about the environmental impact of stay.  A study found that of the 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic produced across the globe, 6.3 billion tonnes have become waste. Counteracting this has become one of the main sustainability issues of the moment.  


Ecotourism in Switzerland  

To illustrate Ecotourism in Switzerland, we choose to talk about Zermatt, famous all around the world for its amazing resorts, hotels, restaurants and especially the Matterhorn. 

Zermatt started this tendency in order to have the less impact possible on the environment. Nowadays, more and more people are concerned about the environment and their impact on it.   

Zermatt developed then a few things to contribute to the Ecotourism. For example, there are only electric cars permitted in the area. Also, they have been protecting the natural areas around Zermatt and they even got a price for it. Furthermore, they created an underground funicular railway in order to keep the landscape untouched. 

To conclude, Zermatt is considered as an Ecotourism destination and, as mentioned above, does a lot for sustainable development. If Zermatt can do it, why not others?  


Ecotourism in another country

Denmark is one of the greenest countries in the world. They reached this position in raising the costs on petrol and cars. The reaction of the inhabitants is to walk and ride bicycles. For that, the city of Copenhagen built cycling zone and made the traffic easier and secured. Private taxi companies also invested in carbon neutral taxis and taxi-bikes, and hotels are participating in improving the ecology and achieve goals to get the eco-label.  


How Switzerland can improve ecotourism? 

First of all, the big ski resorts present in Switzerland should think and act as Zermatt does. That means that more cities should have an “electric cars only” policy and care more about the environment itself and keep it as untouched as possible.  

As for cars, we could also improve our bike and pedestrian paths to make it accessible for everyone. In some city, they already began to invest in bikes and rent them for free for everyone.  



There are still a lot of improvements to make although we can notice that it becomes more popular. For example, on, a whole page about Ecotourism in Switzerland is dedicated. We can see that there are quite a lot of possibilities such as wildlife watching, discover Swiss nature in all its purity, swiss parks and UNESCO World Heritage sites, mountains and glaciers or even short hikes.  



Summer tourism development in ski resorts

post by : renaud.lugon

As time goes on and all the news about the subject, we cannot deny that the climate is changing. Global warming is hitting the globe all over the world and inevitably also here in Switzerland. With winters passing by, we can see that snow is often missing at crucial periods like school holidays (Christmas, February and even Easter) and this has a direct impact on ski resorts. As they mainly depend on these periods to earn money, when there isn’t enough snow to open every slopes or even open the resort at all, it causes a huge deficit at the end of the season, not only for the resort but also for the village itself and all the tourism activity that goes with it.

But still, in the years to come, there is few chances that the situation will get better, therefor, resorts need to renew their offer in order to keep running. One solution would be to develop summer tourism in order to make their lift more profitable as they can’t count on only winter season anymore and this represent a huge part of their spending.

A good example to show how the transition is going in Switzerland is Verbier. Verbier is one of the Switzerland’s most visited ski resort. It is considered worldwide, as one of the best places to freeride. In the first place, Verbier was only active during winter. People used to come here to ski. Nowadays, the resort has changed its horizons. Of course, during winter it is always possible to ski, but to avoid losing money, they had to imagine some activities for summer. That’s why they put activities in place, such as mountain biking, hiking, scooter riding, yoga at altitude or many others.You can also enjoy more and more festivals in Verbier during summer (as E-Bike festival, Verbier festival Open Air concert).

Due to these activities, people started coming during summer. It was not just a place to ski anymore. All of this had a great impact on the turnover of the resort. They earned more money so they could pay the fees of the resort. More people stayed overnight during summer and it was also a good thing for the stores of Verbier, simply because they had more customers.

In order to get ideal representation of where swiss resort should head in the next years, we analyze the case of Whistler, Canada. Whistler is known as a world-class mountain resort and has hosted the 2010 Winter Olympic games and has also been the first ski resort to open a mountain bike resort, as an alternative revenue during summer.

The resort is incredibly well developed not only for the activities but also for its infrastructures. Whistler do have a village with plenty of shops and restaurants, arts and culture scenes, health and wellness infrastructures. From the resort, you can enjoy many hiking and biking tracks, have fun during an activity such as zip lining or else do some golfing. Whistler has been able to exploit every inch of the field it possesses in order to maximise the number of entertainments it can offer to the client and make sure that everyone, regardless of his age, can have fun during his stay at Whistlers. Nowadays, Whistler is working financially as well during winter than during summer.

Of course, the resort has been able to put all these features into place thanks to its successful revenue and, if we compare Whistler to Verbier it would not be a fair comparison since the North American resorts is known all over the world.  But Verbier has also made some progresses regarding summer activities to keep a revenue during the summer. For instance, they keep themselves up to date by offering mountain bike and hiking activities, as well as yoga classes and school outings.

To conclude, we can see that there are alternatives and it can be worth the investment now to anticipate the future seasons to come if we want to keep Wallis attractive for tourists. Developing new activities in summer will gather new customers and may create a trend is summer sports that will gather even more people. Therefore, resorts would depend much less on winter seasons, which could lead in a terrible disaster in case of a winter without snow.




Cohabitation between inhabitants and tourists in Lucerne

post by : kim.verly

Around 25,000 tourists visit Lucerne every day and there are 81,600 inhabitants (in 2017). The majority of tourists doesn’t stay overnight. There are not as many tourists as in other places in Europe, but it seems to be too much for a part of the population. The main problem for the inhabitants is tourists travelling in groups and being all at the same place, at the same time because of that the inhabitants cannot walk peacefully in the city. One other problem is the rubbish management, tourists are not always respectful and put their rubbish everywhere. However, local merchants appreciate tourists because they need them to make a better profit.


One of the solutions to mass tourism in Lucerne would be to introduce a tax for all buses stopping in the city centre. This would reduce nuisances and help with infrastructure costs. Another thing would be to build an underground bus parking lot outside of the city, linked to the centre by a metro. This would help contain this influx of vehicles outside of the centre. Furthermore, an additional solution would be to involve the city’s inhabitants into the tourist offer. For example, these people could be able to advise tourists about unknown places that deserve to be visited.

Another idea would be to open an information place for the inhabitants, like the Evreux’s tourist office (France) did. This place includes display screens announcing upcoming events; a map of the region; a relaxation area and a shop selling local products. This would improve the inhabitants to visit a tourist office and encourage them to highlight the tourist’s side of their city.
Currently unknown, solidarity tourism could be another solution. This refers to trips organized for the purpose of exchange between tourists and the local populations, allowing populations to benefit from the resources generated by tourism. Concretely, this represents a short stay with the locals or an immersion in an unexplored ethnic group.

Competitive advantage

In France, the City of Paris has decided in 2017 to ban tourist coaches from travelling on certain streets of the city to deal with mass tourism and reduce traffic. For example, this is the case for the Latin Quarter and the Quai des Orfèvres. The municipality also wishes to create parking spaces outside the city. It also encourages travel agencies and tour operators to choose small vehicles. In addition to mass tourism, the city hopes that these changes will reduce pollution levels which are also a big problem in the capital.
In addition, the city has decided to limit housing to a few weeks per year and imposes taxes on landlords, to fight against housing saturation and prevent its inhabitants from finding more housing at decent prices.

Short explanation of the possible general application to tourism

In general, some cities may be the victims of their own success due to an excessive influx of people wanting to visit them. The main solution to this is to attract tourist groups outside the city centre. 

The most harmonious method remains a cohabitation between these tourists and the local population: on the one hand, by involving the inhabitants more in the tourist offer, and on the other hand, by including the travellers into the local economy. However, care must be taken to ensure that these measures are not too extreme and do not scare tourists away by discouraging them from travelling.


Wine experience : the new website of Swiss Tourism

post by : karina.cardosoc



Switzerland has a lot to offer within its diversity of hidden treasures. Indeed, the penultimate season of the year comes with its winegrowing heritage and ensures an experience not to be missed. Besides several lodging offers, the different themes around wine are a medium to increase the new concept named as “wine tourism” during Fall. The raising trend is to combine an activity with an experience around wine. Therefore at the beginning of last September, Swiss Tourism launched, for the first time, on a national scale, a website gathering together several key destinations throughout six regions of the country. The Valais was considered the first ranking region.


Whether you are a sport addict or enjoy a Sunday walk with your dog, Autumn has something to offer for everyone. In Valais, grapevines are a part of the dominant feature of the landscape. Did you know the highest vineyard in Europe finds itself in Visperterminen (VS) with an altitude between 650 and 1150 meters? On the other hand the smallest one is situated in Saillon (VS) and made of 3 vine stocks belonging to the Dalaï Lama.

If you have a deep interest in wine, you will love wandering through one of the 13 vineyards hikes in Switzerland where info boards mark out the trails. While the younger ones will know more about their surroundings, adults will learn some facts about winegrowing. The vineyard trail between Salgesch and Sierre (VS) is a walk in an open-air museum where you get a chance to immerse yourself in the world of wine. Those cultural and educational paths reveal either history or secrets of winemaking. 

The route named “Castles of Sion and surroundings” (VS) is appealing thanks to the variety of landscapes it passes through: terraced vineyards, orchards, forests and panoramic alpine views. Less effort and more pleasure are highlighted in the e-bike guided tours in the vineyards. Leave your mind floating and taste the newest wine experience on electric bike. 


   One of many options are the numerous events organised during Autumn, such as Foire du Valais taking place this year in Martigny, a wine walk throughout wine-tasting cellars of wine-growers or even the Valais Wine Pass, which consists in ten tickets for CHF 49 (from which CHF 4 are given to wine-growers’ establishments) and allows you to go to wine cellars in Valais for a wine tasting. For those who want to taste some wine in a more typical way, during grapes harvests, the most popular way to try some local wines is at the Fête des vendanges (grape harvests celebration fair) organised throughout all wine regions in Switzerland, which can give younger and older ones a lot of entertainment. 


Although with a brand new website, Swiss Wine tours might be lacking on rates, comments and multilingual guides. Compare to neighbouring countries, Switzerland’s wine tours are in the beginning of their potential. In fact, Swiss Tourism aims to register 200’000 overnight stays during September and October until 2022, which is an increase of 3% with regards to autumn 2017. Including comments and rates could provide more information to other customers about what kind of tour or lodging they might want to experience while in Switzerland. As for multilingual guides, it could improve the general activities and ideas of wine, as 94% of interviewed hosts during their stay are interested in wine, some of them (23%) even wish to experience a dinner among vineyards. The level of interest of tourists from North America, Australia and New Zealand is at 7.5/10, which could be beneficial for Swiss Tourism if multilingual options are offered during their experience.


But being in the 20th position on the worldwide wine tourism chart (2018), Switzerland is still a little behind with its wine tourism which could be improved by more transparency of the wine’s origins by creating an approval label. This could be easily identifiable by people and might give some acknowledgement to Swiss wine (giving that only 1% of it is exported internationally).

If wine tourism wants to catch a larger public’s attention - such as families - what about children and their experiences? Although kids can harvest the grapes and taste grape juice during a culinary walk, they may be interested in a creative activity in relation to wine. A similar event took place in Cologny (GE) where children had the opportunity to learn about nature and grapes before cooking a meal for the parents. This experience gathers the family around an experience from which everyone can learn something. 


The new Swiss platform for the wine tourism made it easy to suggest the customer with choices of an experience by one click away, the rates and comments could therefore have a great influence on his decision. Moreover while it is well known families are one of the most important target, wine tourism has to catch this public attention as well. So what are you waiting for? Join the experience with a cheer.


The importance of convenience for Swiss tourism

post by : amelie.siess

The importance of convenience for swiss tourism

What is a convenience in Tourism? 

According to Merriam-Webster,  a convenience, is “something (i.e. an appliance, device, or service) conducive to comfort or ease”. 

In tourism, a convenience can be an accommodation, a means of transport, a restaurant, etc.. and should be of excellent quality and suit the visitor as closely as possible. Every travel step, from planning to departure must be customer cantered.

Swiss Tourism Study, what does it show? 

According to a study conducted by Swiss Tourism in 2019,  a lack of convenience represents 40% of the weaknesses identified by foreign travellers in Switzerland. 

Problems experienced with convenience:

  1.  often dissuade host from coming back in Switzerland and it is the most worrying subject for travellers.
  2. mainly concern basic tourism services (accommodation, transportation, activities, …)

This shows that that convenience is a very important/worrying aspect for travellers during their stay, but also that it currently lacks quality as 40% of the weaknesses identified are linked to convenience.

They also show that if the client encounters a problem during his stay, it will dissuade him from coming back and this person will talk to his relatives about this experience, which can prevent more people to come in our country.

 What about France?

France faces an even bigger convenience problem, mainly with accommodation; Indeed, there is a huge lack in “medium level” lodgings, especially when compared to the offer in Spain. Another French issue is the welcoming of the guests; linked to the employment of seasonal workers, who are not properly trained, which result in a lack of quality for visitors. France is the most visited country in the world, but since 2009 the number of visitors almost didn’t change (stagnation). This could partly be a result of the lack of satisfaction regarding welcoming and accommodation and shows that these have a direct impact on the number of visitors.

Travel counselor opinion

According to Ms Rittiner, travel counselor at Lathion Voyage SA, convenience has an important impact on  client satisfaction and that is maybe why some still choose to reserve through an agency, and not by themselves online, as it decreases the risk of being disappointed once on-site. They can avoid all this little misfortune because travel agencies select and do research for them.

For the quality aspect, tourism professionals explain that they work with specialist partners who know exactly how the accommodation is. Of course, the level of convenience will vary according to the budget of the person.  

How can we improve convenience in Switzerland ?

To improve convenience in Switzerland, customer needs must be identified better (they may change according to nationalities and cultures) and targeted to respond to the traveller’s needs. Swiss Tourism has already made changes to raise levels of conveniences for tourists; for example, a special baggage transportation service has been developed with the national train company (SBB CFF) to ease the transportation of luggage, especially during winter. When using this service, hosts just travel to their hotel without anything and their baggages are transported to the hotel by the SBB CFF.



post by : Alic Aida

La station de Charmey se trouve en Suisse, dans le canton de Fribourg. Elle est reliée à la région de la Gruyère.

Les points forts

La désalpe, l’USP de la station est la plus connue des fêtes de montagne. Elle consiste à la descente des troupeaux en plaine après plus de 4 mois passés dans les alpages.

Nous avons imaginé de nouveaux produits pour nos futurs clients.

En premier nous proposons un week-end détente et découverte. Nous avons mis en place un forfait regroupant hôtel et spa ainsi que l’accès aux remontées mécaniques afin de découvrir au maximum la région.

Puis, une activité outdoor, « l’after désalpe » pour rassembler un maximum de personnes de tout âge. L’évènement serait constitué de concerts en plein air avec des stands proposant des produits du terroir.

Pour terminer, un nouveau type d’hébergements tel que des yourtes aménagées et décorées dans la nature serait mis en place. Cela rendrait le séjour unique dans un cadre idyllique.

Les chiffres importants

Dans le secteur de l’hôtellerie, 838 lits sont disponibles. Par catégorie, nous constatons 198 lits pour les hôtels, 411 pour les colonies, 36 pour les B&B, 30 sur la paille, 45 dans les gites de montagne et 118 dans les chalets et les appartements.

Durant l’année 2017, il y a eu 73'200 nuitées dans des résidences secondaires, 32'938 dans l’hôtellerie, 24'694 dans des hébergements collectifs, 9'539 dans des chalets et appartements, 5'369 dans des institutions à service et 415 dans les campings de passage.

L’office du tourisme de Charmey dépend de la société de développement (l’association des 3C Charmey tourisme). L’association se compose de 3 communes : Châtel-sur-Montsalvens, Crésuz et Val-de-Charmey.

Le financement total qui permet à la station d’exister représente un montant de CHF 545'158.-.

En 2017, il y avait 60 emplois dans l’hôtellerie, 9 dans les remontées mécaniques et 9 à l’office du tourisme. Cependant, les saisonniers, les employés de nettoyage, les employés des bains et des restaurants ne sont pas pris en compte.

Une amélioration dans le domaine de la communication est visible entre l’année 2016 et 2017 ce qui englobe les réseaux sociaux, les temps passés pour les manifestations et pour les promotions.


Nendaz : une destination diversifiée

post by : Félicia Barthe

Nendaz est une station ensoleillée qui se situe en Valais, au-dessus de Sion. Elle fait partie du domaine skiable renommé des 4 Vallées qui est le plus grand domaine suisse et le 3e européen. L’offre touristique est gérée par Nendaz Tourisme qui est composé de Nendaz Tourisme SA et de la Société de Développement de Nendaz. Ensemble, ils créent et développent la diversité de la station.  

En effet, de nombreuses activités et manifestations sont proposées aussi bien en été qu’en hiver. Comme par exemple le « Valais Drink Pure Festival » qui est un rassemblement de cors des Alpes et le « Nendaz Freeride ». Les activités estivales les plus populaires sont la randonnée à la découverte des bisses ainsi que le VTT. En hiver, tous les sports de neige sont praticables. De plus, Nendaz est très appréciée pour ses offres familiales. En effet, Nendaz Tourisme met un point d’honneur à concevoir des produits touristiques adaptés aux familles.

2017 a été une année encourageante pour Nendaz, qui a vu ses nuitées augmenter de 12% par rapport à l’année précédente. Toutefois, la part des nuitées hivernales reste largement supérieure à celle d’été. Afin de développer la basse saison, nous proposons deux nouveaux produits : une luge d’été ainsi qu’un parcours d’acrobranche. Ces propositions correspondent à l’image familiale que veut refléter Nendaz mais resteront adaptés à tous les âges.

En résumé, Nendaz est une destination qui offre des activités diversifiées tout au long de l’année et se caractérise par son esprit famille. Pour obtenir plus d’informations sur la station, notre poster est à votre disposition !



Crans-Montana : Analyse de la destination en 2017

post by : Pfister Zoé


La station de Crans-Montana se situe dans le district de Sierre dans le canton du Valais. Réputée pour son domaine skiable et ses divers événements internationaux. Elle s’étend du Glacier de la Plaine Morte à la plaine du Rhône, englobant au total quatre régions. Les différents acteurs touristiques profitent de cette diversité géographique et proposent ainsi un large panel d’activités et d’offres. Il est intéressant de constater que la station de Crans-Montana a su se diversifier et s’ouvre davantage au tourisme saisonnier. En effet, elle mise de plus en plus sur le développement d’un tourisme estival. Malgré sa notoriété, l’image de la station se détériore depuis quelques années, c’est pourquoi elle essaie de s’en détacher. Elle promeut donc une station jeune, dynamique et sportive.


La diversification saisonnière et promotion d’une station jeune dynamique et sportive.


Depuis 2016, l’association Crans-Montana Tourisme & Congrès (CMTC) lance un nouveau concept pour sa destination : Crans-Montana Absolutely. L’objectif consiste à donner une identité nouvelle et précise à la marque, qui se veut d’avantage orientée famille, jeune, dynamique et sportive. Pour ce faire, elle développe de nouvelles activités estivales, comme le « BIKE » avec le vélo de route, le VTT, le Downhill et l’Ebike et met ainsi en avant sa multitude d’activités outdoors. Elle mise également sur la notoriété de nombreux événements très renommés, organisés sur l’ensemble de l’année, comme la coupe du monde de ski alpin féminin, le tournois de golf « Omega European Masters » ou encore « Caprices Festival ». Ces derniers visent différents publics cibles et permettent ainsi à l’organisation touristique d’attirer des touristes au fil des quatre saisons.


Les résultats obtenus par Crans-Montana Tourisme & Congrès en 2017


Malgré le fait qu’ils ne sont pas toujours atteints, l’équipe de CMTC est satisfaite du travail qu’elle a fourni durant l’année 2017. Elle est ravie des changements apportés et des nouvelles innovations mises en place depuis 2016. Même si beaucoup de travail reste encore à faire, elle est sur la bonne voie. En effet, changer l’image d’une destination touristique prend du temps, mais cette station s’en donne tous les moyens afin d’y parvenir. Orientée d’avantage sur ses clients, elle souhaite devenir la station de tous les possibles.