"HIPMI is interested in helping the Central Sulawesi provincial government to promote tourist destinations in this region," Sangadji remarked here on Monday.
He noted that in addition to tourism promotion, HIPMI will invite young entrepreneurs engaged in the tourism industry to invest in Central Sulawesi.
"We have a network of young entrepreneurs all over Indonesia and some countries in Asia and Europe. We are trying to market our tourism potential to them," Sangadji remarked.
He added that HIPMI Central Executive Board Chairman for International Relations and Tourism Bagas Adhadirga will be one of the speakers during the dialog to elaborate on the cooperation agreements been implemented so far with several foreign businessmen.
Besides Adhadirga, several speakers scheduled to be present during the dialog are Central Sulawesi Governor Longki Djanggola, as the keynote speaker, and local Tourism Office Chief Ardiansyah Lamasitudju, among others.
Sangadji said the dialog will be followed by the signing of a memorandum of understanding on tourism promotion by the Tourism Department of Central Sulawesi Province.