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The National Association of Mayors of Mountain Resorts (ANMSM) brings together a hundred mountain resorts in five French massifs (Northern and Southern Alps, Jura, Massif Central, Pyrenees and Vosges).    
The ANMSM deploys its expertise with public authorities to promote the specificities of these high altitude communities on strategic issues related to tourism.


ATD supports a network of more than 200 structures representing all the professions in the tourism chain, committed to more responsible tourism. Because the tourism industry will not be sustainable without an evolution of all professions, ATD federates the entire tourism sector to support it towards an evolution of its practices, and promotes synergies and the sharing of solutions between the different actors.


Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Tourisme, the regional tourism agency, has been working for the past 4 years to promote a benevolent tourism. All of its missions are evolving in this direction, taking into account this vision in order to carry out its tourism development and promotion missions: promoting sustainable tourism, encouraging soft mobility, creating links between the region's inhabitants and visitors, while ensuring accessibility for all, and also the dynamics of our territories.
The agency has developed Partir Ici, the online guide to local and responsible travel in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, and is involved in launching the Essentiem endowment fund, unique in French tourism. Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Tourisme, aware of the challenges facing the tourism sector, is a partner of the Horizonia trade show to support tourism players in their transition to sustainable tourism.


The FPP, first Federation of the swimming pool in Europe and only representative Federation in France, gathers the companies of all the swimming pool industry in France. 
At present, the FPP gathers more than 1 300 members spread on the French territory (figure: April 2021). It counts among its members the main manufacturers, but also the builders, the installers of swimming pools and the distributors of material.


Created in 1955, the Fédération Nationale des Gîtes de France® is a reference in Europe for home and guest accommodation. 40,200 owners open the doors of their homes and offer more than 51,600 accommodations (gîtes, bed and breakfasts, group gîtes, children's gîtes, stopover gîtes, campsites and chalets) throughout France.
All rental offers are available on


IEFT is a tourism management school in Lyon, Bordeaux, Nantes and Montpellier that offers a BTS and a Bachelor's degree in Tourism
The IEFT School of Tourism Management actively contributes to the development of the tourism industry.
IEFT's mission is to prepare students to become major players in an international, multicultural and changing environment.


Created in 2010, Nattitude belongs to the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Regional Tourism Agency. Much more than a simple brand, it is above all a state of mind shared by all its members.
Each one has a very distinct identity, and they form a collection of emblematic accommodations of the region, which respect the environment without compromising on the comfort and well-being of their guests.
The originality and strength of Nattitude lies in its diversity. It is the only network that brings together and decompartmentalizes all categories of accommodation. Between these passionate owners, there is no competition but only benevolence and a sincere bond that grows stronger with each shared tour.
A place, a soul, a meeting, the Nattitude experience cannot be explained, it must be lived...


OnlyLyon Tourisme et Congrès, Greater Lyon's tourism development unit, has as its main mission the growth and reception of business and leisure tourism in the Lyon metropolitan area. Under the "ONLYLYON" brand, Lyon Tourisme & Congrès is one of the major players, along with 12 other Lyon-based institutions, in this innovative territorial marketing approach.


RESPIRE - Tomorrow's Tourism is an association under the French law of 1901, launched in May 2020 and composed of professionals from the tourism sector. Actors of today and tomorrow, based in France and around the world, all united to reflect and propose solutions to the major challenges ahead.


The SNRT is the professional union of the operators of the Residences of Tourism and apparthotels. It advises its members on legal, fiscal and social matters, defends the interests of its members, promotes the concept of Tourist Residences or aparthotels (advantages of an aparthotel) and manages the collective negotiations of the sector.


The Tourisme & Handicaps association is a common platform for discussion between tourism providers and representatives of disabled tourists. 
The association, composed of both representatives of tourism professionals and representatives of associations of disabled people and partners, has been entrusted by the General Directorate of Enterprises (DGE) with a mission to support the State brand "Tourism & Disability". 
The development of the "Tourism & Handicap" state brand is one of its main priorities.



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