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Marketing Cooperation Agreement Procedure

Please contact your local regional director for more information on applying for marketing cooperation.

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Greetings Tourism Trade Associate from around the world,

In the past several years, Israel has experience a tremendous growth in incoming tourism. It has been a long standing policy of the Ministry to assist tourism trade entities with their effort in marketing Israel as an outstanding and unique destination. This assistance has also been backed by our wide array of marketing efforts.

 

As we wish to expand our marketing investment, with the goal of reaching 5 million tourists in the near future, we cordially invite you to establish a new marketing cooperation agreement, or continue our existing marketing cooperation.


This procedure will be subject to the allocation of an available budget, to the laws, regulations and established procedures of the State of Israel, and is subject to change without prior notice.


Kindly note: this procedure is valid worldwide and to all tourism markets

To download the procedure, kindly download all 3 pdf files below.

Marketing Cooperation Agreement Procedure (PDF 173kb)

Appendix A:IMOT Draft Agreement (PDF 102 kb)

Appendix B: Agent Profile Form (PDF 42 kb)


 

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