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Driftscape Joins Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) to Enhance Tourism Experiences

Updated: Apr 24

November | Canada — Driftscape, a leading innovator in the realm of tourism solutions and travel technology, proudly announces its membership with the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC). This significant milestone marks Driftscape's commitment to fostering collaboration within the Canadian tourism sector and furthering its mission to revolutionize the way people discover and engage with local culture.

As a TIAC member, Driftscape is now part of a network of industry leaders, policymakers, and experts dedicated to advancing the Canadian tourism landscape. This partnership will facilitate Driftscape's contribution to promoting sustainable tourism practices and advocating for enriching cultural experiences.

"Joining TIAC is a momentous step for Driftscape," said Dan Pronovost, CEO at Driftscape. "We are excited to collaborate with TIAC and its esteemed members to drive positive change in the tourism industry. Our innovative platform empowers travelers to connect with the rich tapestry of Canadian culture, and through this partnership, we aim to amplify our impact and contribute to the growth of sustainable and inclusive tourism."

TIAC represents the voice of the Canadian tourism industry, advocating for policies and initiatives that support the growth and competitiveness of the sector. By aligning with TIAC's mission, Driftscape aims to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of Canadian tourism by leveraging its cutting-edge technology.

Driftscape's mobile app and interactive web plugin revolutionize the way destinations captivate audiences across North America. This powerful digital storytelling tool elevates the visitor experience through immersive and interactive features. Self-guided tours, scavenger hunts, collectible points and rewards, and trivia games are just a few examples of experiences that are sure to incent visitors to explore more and drive traffic to new locations. 

The platform's unique features empower locals and visitors to actively engage with their surroundings, fostering a deeper connection to the places they explore.

About Driftscape:

Driftscape is a digital storytelling platform whose core product is a local discovery and travel app. The Driftscape app provides a platform for municipalities, tourism, and cultural organizations to share their stories interactively and engagingly with a growing base of active users. Your stories deserve more, so we deliver more visitor engagement features than any other solution on the market.

For users, the app is a personal guide that helps them explore their surroundings from the point of view of local experts. The app also helps users discover places of interest, events, and tours from a growing list of content partners.

Available on iOS, Android, and web, Driftscape is an ad-free platform dedicated to making local culture easier to discover. There are currently over 7000 points of interest, events, and tours across Canada and in the United States on the Driftscape app.

For more information contact or visit | Facebook - @DriftscapeApp | Twitter - @DriftscapeApp | Instagram - @driftscapeapp.

About TIAC:

Founded in 1930 to encourage the development of tourism in Canada, TIAC serves today as the national private-sector advocate for this once $105 billion sector. Based in Ottawa, TIAC takes action on behalf of Canadian tourism businesses and promotes positive measures that help the industry grow and prosper.

TIAC is responsible for representing tourism interests at the national level, and its advocacy work involves promoting and supporting policies, programs and activities that will benefit the sector's growth and development.

TIAC's membership reflects partnerships among all sectors of the industry, and provincial, territorial and regional tourism associations, enabling the association to address the full range of issues facing Canadian tourism.

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