Fiji is known for beautiful scenic attractions. The magnificent sea beaches, beautiful hills and rich cultures and histories of Fijians are the major attractions for visitors. Despite so much potential for growth, the tourism industry in the country had been underdeveloped till game-changing, watershed development was initiated. Admirations poured from different corners of the country for the pioneering leader who, with a vision, ventured into developing the Natadola project under the banner of his firm, EuroAsia.
Louis Gerard Saliot has been instrumental and played a crucial role in overall management of his company, EuroAsia. It is the management firm offering services consisting of consultancy on development, planning and implementation concept of tourism and leisure industry projects. Those who are set to start their ventures in the form of projects such as developing the hotel, resorts with all kinds of amenities etc. may look forward to taking up the services.
The Natadola project has played a remarkable role in promoting the tourism industry of Fiji. And it was possible only because of the expertise and competencies that got the better expression on the part of Louis Gerard Saliot. In the recently held conference of Hotel investment conference Asia Pacific, he also participated as CEO of EuroAsia Management Group and talked about opportunities, pros and cons brought out by modular construction.
The EuroAsia Management Group has been responsible for giving the most beautiful finishing to the Natadola project. The firm responsibly worked for project concept, financial assumption, turn-key project, feasibility study, preliminary master plan, market study, project development, business model, designing and building, managing of the project etc.
Now Fiji got a huge boost and rewrote another tourism landmark in the country. The best part of the project is the creation of jobs in plenty and most of the beneficiaries have been the local populace. The contribution of this pioneer will be remembered if tourism remains as an attraction for the country, Fiji.