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Le Lagoto Resort & Spa Marketing Team with Manwell Kurene Endemann at Tatte Building, Sogi.

Le Lagoto Resort & Spa Marketing Team with Manwell Kurene Endemann at Tatte Building, Sogi. (Photo: Savai’i Samoa Tourism Association.)

Savaii was proudly and loudly represented at the Samoa Tourism Exchange (S.T.E.) at T.A.T.T.E. this week. 

Savai’i tourism operators represented at this year’s exchange included Amoa Resort, MotoSamoa Scooter Rentals, Vaimoana Seaside Lodge, Stevenson’s at Manase, Bayview Resort, Dive Savai’i, Le Lagoto Resort & Spa as well as the Secretariat Office of the Savaii Samoa Tourism Association.

The S.T.E. is Samoa’s premier business-to-business event for the tourism industry and is specifically aimed at enhanced engagement with the travel trade.

B2B meeting between SSTA and Samoa Tourism Authority Representative in North America, Susana Iakovliev with Nive Gidlow.
B2B meeting between SSTA and Samoa Tourism Authority Representative in North America, Susana Iakovliev with Nive Gidlow.
Manager Elisabeth Siaosi of Amoa Resort Savai’i.
Manager Elisabeth Siaosi of Amoa Resort Savai’i.
Nanise Ginnen of Vaimoana Seaside Lodge — at Tatte Building, Sogi.
Nanise Ginnen of Vaimoana Seaside Lodge — at Tatte Building, Sogi.
Kevin Hartin Owner & Directing Manager of MotoSamoa Scooter Rentals, the first and only scooter rental business in Savai’i.
Kevin Hartin Owner & Directing Manager of MotoSamoa Scooter Rentals, the first and only scooter rental business in Savai’i.
Bayview Resort.
Bayview Resort.

It was established in 2008 and has become a major tourism exchange in the South Pacific. 

The event is coordinated by the Samoa Tourism Authority on behalf of the Government and with the support of the tourism industry. 

The Exchange brings together Samoa’s suppliers of market-ready tourism products and services and Trade Executives from across a number of source markets in a business-to-business setting. The S.T.E. closed last night at the Sheraton Samoa Aggie Grey’s Resort at Mulifanua.

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