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Travel Alberta announces marketing agency partnership

Travel Alberta

Calgary, AB, July 13, 2018 – Travel Alberta is partnering with four marketing agencies who will provide strategic, tactical, creative and analytical marketing programs over the next three years. As we support the Government of Alberta’s goal of growing Alberta tourism revenues to $10 billion by 2020, we are confident that... Read More »

Maggie Davison, 2018 Alto Ambassador

Travel Alberta

Maggie Davison, Vice-President of Edmonton Tourism at the Edmonton Economic Development Corporation is the 2018 Alto Ambassador. Maggie provides extraordinary leadership, acts as mentor to many in the Alberta tourism industry and works to grow tourism across the province. Maggie describes learning of her nomination by colleagues as a complete surprise... Read More »

Canadian Badlands on the Hunt for Local Social Media Ambassadors

Travel Alberta

Canadian Badlands on the Hunt for Local Social Media Ambassadors Following the success of the Tourism Champions program in 2017 (which was selected as a provincial finalist in the prestigious Travel Alberta Industry Awards), Canadian Badlands Tourism (CBT) is continuing to develop a regional network of local tourism ambassadors. CBT is searching... Read More »

  • Banff/Lake Louise
    Target Markets

    To achieve Alberta’s tourism 2022 strategy, Travel Alberta will focus our global marketing resources on markets which represent the greatest potential for tourism growth.

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  • Northern Alberta
    Multimedia Library

    Travel Alberta’s multimedia library is designed to share brand-aligned, high quality resources including photography, video, maps and stories with our tourism marketing and media partners.

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