Susanna Saari from Finland elected as new SKAL International President
Hyderabad, October 08, 2017... Ms. Susanna Saari from Finland elected as the new SKAL World President. She succeeds David Fisher from Kenya. She was elected in the Annual General Body meeting of the SKAL at the ongoing 78th SKAL World Congress here in the HiCC at Madhapur in Hyderabad
Susaana Sariwas elected at SKAL World Congress being attended by 600 delegates from 86countries. These countries include: Australia, Austria,Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Spain,Fiji, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya,Cyprus, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Papua NewGuinea, Portugal, South Africa, Switzerland, Turkey, Uganda, UK, USA, Zimbabwe, Denmark,Norway, Sweden, Columbia, Bangladesh, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong,Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mauritius, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore,Sri Lanka, Thailand, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil and others.
SKALInternational is the world’s largest Travel Organization of Travel and TourismProfessionals founded in 1934. It is the only international group uniting allsectors of the travel and tourism. It is spread over 87 countries, has 17000members in 382 clubs in 87 countries. It is the professionalorganization of tourism leaders around the world, promoting global tourism andfriendship
She waselected to lead SKAL for the next year. Her term is to start from today at theupcoming gala dinner at the ongoing SKAL world congress in Telangana’s capital.
SusannaSaari is the Senior Vice President of Skål International, the largest traveland tourism association in the world. She is the World President 2018. of theSKAL International . She is currently the Senior Lecturer at Turku Universityof Applied Sciences in Finland.
A sociallyactive person with wide networks globally in the fields of hospitality, tourismand wellness. Senior Vice President at SKÅL International (Association ofTravel and Tourism Professionals) and a Doctoral Candidate at University ofLapland
She workedwith Hyatt Regency in Dubai in the past.