1 REPUBLIC OF TURKEY MINISTRY OF CULTURE AND TOURISM DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF PROMOTION BRIEFING
2 CURRENT SITUATION OF TURKISH TOURISM
3 CURRENT SITUATION OF TURKISH TOURISM TOURISM STATISTICS Number of Tourists World : 982 million Europe : 503 million Turkey : 31.4 million Rate of Growth 4.6 % 5.8 % 9.8 % Tourism Revenue World : 1 trillion USD Europe : 463 trillion USD Turkey : 23 trillion USD Rate of Growth 3.8 % 5.2 % 10.6 %
4 CURRENT SITUATION OF TURKISH TOURISM TURKEY TOURISM STATISTICS Top Ten Markets GERMANY RUSSIA ENGLAND IRAN BULGARIA NETHERLANDS GEORGIA FRANCE SYRIA USA
5 CURRENT SITUATION OF TURKISH TOURISM TURKEY TOURISM STATISTICS Main Destinations million person ANTALYA 10.4 İSTANBUL 8.0 MUĞLA 3.0 CAPPADOCIA 2.5 İZMİR 1.3
6 CURRENT SITUATION OF TURKISH TOURISM 2023 OBJECTIVES 50 millions visitors 50 billion $ tourism receipts To be in the first five in terms of number of tourists and tourism revenue.
7 INTERNATIONAL TOURISM TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES
8 INTERNATIONAL TOURISM TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES NEW TOURIST Making their own holiday organization Going on holiday more frequent Taking last minute decisions Following the social media Considering the brand value Caring about the environmental issues Wants to live new experiences
9 INTERNATIONAL TOURISM TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES SELF ORGANIZATION Cheap airline transport is growing stronger. Online sale by marketing channel is coming into prominence. Mass tourism is gradually giving place to personal travel.
10 INTERNATIONAL TOURISM TRENDS AND PERSPECTIVES TOURISM TYPES Types of tourism are increasingly having important role such as youth, health, golf, gastronomy. Tendecy to responsible tourism is increasing. It is being foreseen that cultural tourism will achieve growth more than international toursim by the year Thanks to approach of Knowledge is power types of tourism which offer knowledge and kinds of experiences in the different part of world are growing stronger such as ecotourism, adventure tourism, rural tourism.
11 IMAGE OF TURKEY A harmony of West and East Components of Turkey s Image Cradle of civilizations Turkish hospitality Turkish gastronomy Diversity of activities Historical and natural wonders High quality facilities
12 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT
13 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT SEA TOURISM 8,333 km coast line 355 blue flag beaches (World's Number Four) (2012) 33 marina, 19 of them are blue flags (2012) Climatic conditions Natural Beauties New and modern accommodation facilities High quality service Destinations: Antalya, Alanya, İzmir, Çeşme, Bodrum, Fethiye, Kuşadası, Marmaris, Didim, Side, Mersin, Belek etc.
14 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT CULTURE / CITY TOURISM Historical and Cultural Richness 13 big civilizations and historical and cultural values belonging to 3 big relligions 171 ongoing archaeological excavation Museums (Topkapı Palace Museum, Hagia sophia Museum, Zeugma archaeological Museum, Mevlana Museum, Archaeologicak Museum, Anatolian Civilizations Museum, Ethnography Museum, Boğazköy Museum, Yesemek Outdoor Museum, Turkish and Islamic art Museum, Chora Museum, Ephesus Museum, Birgi Çakırağa Residence)
15 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT CULTURE / CITY TOURISM 11 sites in UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List : Historic areas of İstanbul, Göreme National Park and Cappadocia, Divriği Mosque and ve Darüşşifa, Hattuşaş Boğazköy, Mount Nemrut, Pamukkale Hierapolis, Xanthos Letoon, Safranbolu Homes, Truva Antique City, Mosque Selimiye and Social Complex, Çatalhöyük Neolithic City 37 sites in UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Temporary List
16 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT CULTURE / CITY TOURISM 79 Antique Cities Ephesus (İzmir), Perge (Antalya), Aspendos (Antalya), Myra (Antalya), Sagalassos (Burdur), Boğazkale/Hattuşaş (Çorum), Bergama (İzmir), Hierapolis (Pamukkale), Laodikya (Denizli), Zeugma, Yasemek(Gaziantep) etc. Art Activities Exhibitions, biennials, carnivals, concerts, activities etc.
17 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT RELIGIOUS TOURISM Monuments Belonging to Three Divine Religion (Jewishness, Christianity, Muslimism ); Hagia Sophia Museum (İstanbul) Mosque Sultanahmet (İstanbul) Mosque Süleymaniye (İstanbul) Church of Santa Claus (Demre/Antalya) Cappadocia, Epheus (İzmir) Church of St. Pierre (Antakya), Aya İrini (İstanbul ), Mosque Selimiye (Edirne) The House of the Virgin Mary (İzmir) Mevlevi Lodge (Konya) Devrulzafaran Monastery (Mardin), Sümela Monastery (Trabzon) Harran (Şanlı Urfa) Divriği Mosque and Hospital (Sivas)
18 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT HEALTH TOURISM Turkey is ranked as the first in Europe, seventh in the World in respect of richness and potential of geothermal resources. 4 thermal tourism area South Marmara, Phrygia, South Aegean and Central Tourism thermal areas Almost 200 thermal amenities in 46 cities SPA opportunities Turkish Baths 47 hospital accredited by taking JC
19 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT CONVENTION TOURISM CITY RANKING-2011 Modern convention amenities in İstanbul, Antalya, İzmir and Ankara Convention opportunities of 5 star hotel 1 VIENNE PARIS BARCELONA BERLIN SINGAPORE MADRID LONDON AMSTERDAM İSTANBUL BEIJING 111 Source: ICCA
20 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT GOLF TOURISM 18 numbers of golf facilities 15 in Belek 2 in İstanbul 1 in Bodrum Antalya/Belek Was selected as the best Golf Destination of Europ in 2008 by International Golf Federation (IAGTO). World Amateur Golf Championship will be held in Belek in 2012.
22 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT SHOPPING TOURISM Historical shopping bazaars (İstanbul Grand Bazaar, Egyptian Bazaar, İzmir Kızlarağası Hanı, Ankara Çıkrıkçılar Yokuşu, Gaziantep Coppersmith Bazaar etc.) Modern shopping centers presenting World Brands İstanbul Shopping Festival 18 March - 26 April June - 29 June 2012 Ankara Shopping Festival 8 June -1 July 2012
24 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT YOUTH TOURISM Camping Fun Sport activities
25 TURKEY TOURISM PRODUCT GASTRONOMY TOURISM Traditional Ottoman and Turkish cuisine Olive, olive oil Aegean herbs
26 TARGET GROUPS
27 TARGET GROUPS 25 44, and 65+ age groups Families with children Over the middle and high level of education and income Travelling frequently Considering environmental issues Having high brand awareness Interested in activities and other cultures Following social media
28 COMMUNICATION OBJECTIVES
29 COMMUNICATION TARGETS Turkey as a macro destination: Strengthening her image in the world tourism market, Positioning her as a modern and hospitable country having a deep cultural heritage, offering a unique travel experience, Promoting her using different messages from rival countries offering same promises.
30 COMMUNICATION TONE Communication tone of the campaign Sincere Friendly Natural Dynamic Impressıve
31 COMMUNICATION STRATEGY
32 COMMUNICATION STRATEGY Narrating travel experience offered by Turkey impressively. Creating creative, attractive and original identity. Narrating Turkey s identity as a macro destination and existing or potential micro destinations identities to target groups effectively. Underlying product diversity of Turkey by focusing on culture, health, golf, congress, gastronomy, sport and art activities apart from sea-sand-sun Carrying out projects for promoting international sports, cultural, art activities held in Turkey.
33 CONSUMER OUTCOME
34 CONSUMER OUTCOME Making a sensation on people who did not visit Turkey and reaching people who visited Turkey in order to make them come again Making target groups think that visiting Turkey adds value and enriches them Inspiring interest on tourism types like Culture/city tourism, health tourism, golf tourism, congress tourism, sports and youth tourism, shopping and winter tourism besides 3S tourism Making people talk about the campaign Motivating target groups on taking their holiday in Turkey.
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