B2B pymeeting

B2B pymeetings: A new service to support Andalusian tourist SMEs

    Tomaso Comazzi
  • 11/03/2021

Andalusia launches a new service to connect local small and medium tourist enterprises, enabling them to work together to alleviate the effects of the pandemic.
With the motto “Get to know new experiences today, sell them tomorrow”,  this initiative aims to connect SMEs offering services with those who are about to sell them.

B2B pymeetings  has been created by Turismo Andaluz, in order to:

  1. Promote business relationships within the Andalusian tourist sector, to benefit the regional economy now and in the future.
  2. Give local businesses the latest tools so that they can showcase their products to intermediaries, potential partners and end consumers.
  3. Allow suppliers to access current opportunities, while working towards boosting business in the medium-long term, once the economic situation recovers.
  4. Encourage Andalusians to turn this difficult time and its mobility restrictions into an opportunity to get to know and to enjoy the beauty and variety of their region.


NAC, the 100% Andalusian tourism content distribution platform


B2B pymeetings  is part of NAC (Network And Connect) https://www.andalucia.org/en/nac  

What is NAC?

NAC offers detailed information, descriptions in several languages, characteristics, location and multimedia information for over 20.000 resources in over 20 categories including tourist accommodation, natural areas, events, golf and tourist visits.

What makes NAC special?

NAC performs the function of content orchestrator in two directions, firstly it is the platform on which resource managers and tourist destinations create, manage and update information and digital content.

Secondly, it is a system that provides information in digital format through integration with third-party platforms, as the essential element in Andalusia's Smart Tourist Destination Management System's open data and data interoperability strategy.



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