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The project of Integral Quality Management in Lika destination is starting


first_imgThe event was attended by about 80 representatives of protected nature areas, private renters, owners of restaurants, hotels, camps, tourist boards, agricultural producers and other stakeholders in the tourist sector of Lika destination.  By the way, the branding of Lika Destination started in 2015 through the INTEGRA LIKA 2020 project, which was launched by LAG LIKA, and today it is operationally implemented by the Lika Destination Cluster. The implementation of this project will improve the uniformity of service quality and supply.  In order to make a significant step forward in measuring the quality of sustainable destination development, Plitvice Lakes National Park and the Lika Destination Cluster have signed an agreement with Feel IQM on the implementation of the IQM Destination Lika project. Through this project, which will include about a hundred stakeholders from Lika destination, a measurable system of service quality levels, the National Park offer, as well as the destination itself will be established, whereby the current level of quality in the destination will be raised through individual education of stakeholders Lika destination will be more recognizable in the tourist market.  The entire IQM project as a pilot project started on Lošinj, a destination that in 2015 received the UNWTO award for innovation and creativity, third place in the world.  THE “LIKA QUALITY” SIGN PROUDLY WEARS 98 PRODUCTS RELATED NEWS: In the Plitvice Lakes National Park, on January 17, 2019, the Agreement on the implementation of the Integrated Quality Management project in the Lika destination was signed.  NEW GREAT STORY FROM LIKA AND A REAL EXAMPLE OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT! GASTRONOMICAL OFFER OF GASTRO LIKA PRESENTED LAG LIKA AS AN EXCELLENT EXAMPLE OF STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT AND BRANDING OF LIKA AS AN INDIGENOUS TOURIST DESTINATION last_img read more


Rock smashed through front window of Burnfoot home


first_imgA Burnfoot resident got a shock on Wednesday night last when a gang of youths smashed a rock through his front window.An investigation has been launched into the incident at Birdstown, Burnfoot.At around 9.40pm on Wednesday 22nd May, a man heard a loud noise and when he ran outside it sounded like a group of youths running from the scene. He then realised that they had thrown a rock through a front window of his home and smashed it.Gardaí are appealing for witnesses to come forward.If anyone was around the area at the time of the incident and saw a group of people hanging around and can provide a description of them or their direction of travel please contact Buncrana Gardaí on 074-9320540 or the Garda Confidential line on 1800 666 111.Rock smashed through front window of Burnfoot home was last modified: May 28th, 2019 by Caitlin LairdShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more


SA extends African peace missions


first_img23 March 2006South Africa is to inject more resources into its African peace missions, extending the stay of its peacekeeping troops in four countries and sending a new detachment of peacekeepers to the Comoros ahead of presidential elections in that country.Government spokesperson Joel Netshitenzhe told reporters in Cape Town on Wednesday that South Africa was closely monitoring developments in politically unstable areas on the continent.Netshitenzhe said the Cabinet had decided to extend the deployment of members of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) in four African countries – Burundi, Cote d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Sudan – until 31 March 2007.South Africa has 950 SANDF members in Burundi as part of a UN operation; 46 SANDF members supporting the disarmament, demobilisation, reintegration and mediation process in Cote d’Ivoire; 339 SANDF members in Sudan as part of an African Union mission; and 110 SANDF members in the DRC.Netshitenzhe said an additional 14 SANDF members would be sent to the DRC to lend support with the integration and training of DRC soldiers.Netshitenzhe said South Africa would also deploy 371 SANDF members in the Comoros as part of an African Union force that will help to ensure an environment conducive to free and fair presidential elections.He added that South Africa had recently donated 10 tons of DDT to Mozambique to assist that country in its campaign to control malaria.“South Africa will also assist with training in the safe handling, application and monitoring of the use of insecticides in keeping with guideline of the World Health Organisation,” he said.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more


‘Border-free’ tourism for 2010


first_img16 May 2007South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Mozambique have signed an agreement to share the tourism spin-offs of the 2010 Fifa World Cup through “border-free” tourism packages.South Africa’s provincial Limpopo Tourism Parks Board, the Zambia National Tourist Board, Zimbabwe Tourism Authority and Mozambique struck the deal creating the Limpopo-Zambezi Destination at the Tourism Indaba conference and exhibition in Durban on Monday.The agreement will see the creation of new package tours between and within the four countries, the easing of border formalities to smooth the passage of travellers through border posts, and joint marketing and branding in support of the package tours.Zimbabwe Tourism Authority CEO Karikoga Kaseke said the World Cup provided “an ideal platform for the concept of intra-regional tourism to be put into meaningful practice.”Kaseke also thanked South Africa for marketing Victoria Falls, noting that 80% of tourists visiting the Falls were South Africans.The waterfall, located at the border between Zambia to the north and Zimbabwe to the south, is one of the natural wonders of the world. It is 1 708 metres wide, making it the largest curtain of water in the world.Source: BuaNewslast_img read more


5 Ways to Improve Your Workflow with Client Feedback


first_img3. Reference OriginalIn case you need to ripple the sequence, be sure to have the cut of the original edit they are referencing open in another window. Notes from a client can be overwhelming, especially if you’re not used to them. Here are a few tips to breeze through revisions and keep your clients happy.Whether you are a beginner or a pro, working with production notes from your clients requires more than just a checklist. It’s important to balance the client’s needs with your particular style of filmmaking. Check out these strategies for delivering top-quality videos that will keep your clients coming back again and again.1. Duplicate ProjectWhen you get a new round of feedback, duplicate your current project by either creating a new project or just duplicating your sequence. This will ensure you don’t write over any previous work.2. Non-destructive EditingMost notes come with timecode references, so be sure to do non-destructive timecode editing. That means that if you need to remove a clip, don’t ripple shift your timeline because, chances are, you’re going to have to reference the timecode your client has provided. If you ripple the sequence, your timeline is going to be out of sync. 4. Analyze NotesTake all feedback with a grain of salt, and compare the edits. Do their notes make sense? Be open to their opinions, but stand your ground if an edit doesn’t work. Keep in mind that they’re the ones paying for this, and this is representing their brand. No one knows their image better than they do.5. Work SteadilySometimes notes can be overwhelming, so chip away at them in order. Start with the sequence edits (like trimming clips), then move to assets (like fonts and text) then work with music and audio last. If you continuously trim and move your video clips, you are raising the chances of shifting your audio out of sync. If you can do most of your audio edits at the very end, it will save you a ton of time.Looking for more video tutorials? Check these out.Learn How to Enhance Your Film with Ambient LightLearn How to Create 2D Motion Graphics with After EffectsCreate The New Title From Star Wars: The Last Jedi3 Ways To Create A Shallow Depth of FieldQuick Tip: Adjust the Color of Water in After Effectslast_img read more