Wise Immigration succeeds in ITF amidst first try

Wise Immigration succeeds in ITF amidst first try

Despite its first time joining the International Travel Festival (ITF), Wise Immigration has successfully fulfilled its goal to provide visa assistance services to its potential clients last July 14-16, 2017 at Ayala Center Cebu.
Wise immigration featured Study Direct Stream Program which aims to give a more streamlined study process to aspiring Filipino students who wish to pursue their education journey in Canada.
Aside from student visas, some clients were also inquiring tourist visas which was timely with some promo flights offered by local and international airline companies that were present in the event.
CEO and President of Wise Immigration, Mr. Ben Ryan Ybañez said that joining this year’s ITF was a great idea knowing that this kind of event gives platforms to travel, airline and immigration companies in boosting their exposure to the market across the country.
He added that even though Wise Immigration is a 6-year-old company, it took the challenge of giving commendable services to its clients making waves in the emerging trends of a fast-growing market of visa processing.
Meanwhile, Mr. Tim Tio, managing partner of My Eventology acknowledged the people who worked tirelessly to make this year’s event successful. He added that this year is challenging even though it is their fourth time organizing the event.
“The success of this event is impossible without you guys. Every year is a challenging year for our team and for this year, it is extra challenging… we all thought that it would be an easy ride because it was already on our 4th year…ITF is very successful year after year because we listen to all our partners, sponsors and exhibitors,” he said in a speech.
ITF was launched in 2014 with the foot count reaching 270,000 according to Ayala Center Cebu’s matrix and was expected to increase within this year.
The organizers were happy that they reached another milestone in ITF’s history by having 121 booths compared to 102 booths in the previous year.

WRITTEN BY: Leo Garciso
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