Marketing and Communication Agency for the Tourism Sector

In 2005, Roberto Maggioni founded Maggioni Tourist Marketing in Berlin as a communications and marketing agency specifically focusing on the international tourism industry. In 2021 the agency enters a new phase of its history, becoming Maggioni Gretz Tourism Communication & Marketing.
As the old company the new one strives to develop individual communication and marketing strategies in order to maximise the visibility of a particular tourist destination or to launch it as a new destination of interest, with specific focus on the German speaking markets. The agency offers a fully integrated trade representation service to clients providing a full range of travel and tourism support, its strategies are aimed both at the trade market and the general public.
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European Tourism Network

Tourism is one of the largest industries of the world. Destinations worldwide develop more and more effective promotional strategies, to increase their market share.

In Europe the following trends are emerging: on one side destinations are requesting target-oriented campaigns, with a strong market specificity. On the other side there is an increasing demand for multi-country campaigns, often with all-inclusive budgets.

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press trip cuneo langhe piedmont
Fam Trip WOW – South Piedmont

June 2022
“Discovering South Piedmont: Cuneo Alps and Langhe Monferrato Roero”

Fam trip for journalists and tour operators (8-12 September 2022)

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Press release – Sardinia

September 2022
“The taste of Sardinian autumn”
From the beginning of September until December, Sardinia celebrates autumn with the event “Autunno in Barbagia”. In every tiny village around the Gennargentu massif you can discover the “authentic” Sardinia and find many local products.

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Press release – Lago Maggiore

August 2022
“High-end cuisine at Lago Maggiore”
Autumn is a rich season for the cuisine at Lake Maggiore: pears, apples, figs and persimmons are ready to be harvested and chestnuts begin to fall from the trees.

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