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The Monaco Tourist and Convention Authority (DTC) is a government department with a mission to promote the Principality and all its touristic entities. This is executed in two ways, through a “Destination Monaco” campaign and by providing marketing assistance to partners of the Monegasque tourist industry.
The DTC’s Communication and Press Department is responsible for relations with the international press and the Principality’s press partners, coordinating all the department’s press events in Monaco and abroad, and managing social network on Facebook and Instagram.
Corinne Kiabski, Deputy Director of Communication since 2012, is taking over as department director, with Valérie Tomatis-Nouailhac in the post of Deputy.
Ms Kiabski trained in law and international trade, although most of her experience comes from luxury industry, with 17 years as commercial attaché and press officer in Paris at leading fashion houses such as Sonia Rykiel, Emmanuel Ungaro and Georges Rech.
Ms Kiabski started working at the DTC in 2000, where she was responsible for international markets, before joining the communication department in 2008.
Valérie Tomatis-Nouailhac joined the DTC’s communication department in 2011 having previously occupied key posts in audiovisual and theatrical production and events organization before moving to the Canal + group in 1997, where she was Production Manager. She returned to the Principality as a freelancer in the communication and production sector, dividing her time between Paris, Monaco and Dubai.
As a Government Department, the DTC offers global advice, entirely free of charge, on Monaco as a destination.
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