Hundreds of people today enjoy visiting the Fiji for fun and spending of their valuable holidays enjoying the beautiful scenic attractions. They admire the kind of accommodation facilities available, and they appreciate the beauty of both the design and plans used for developing the project. The hotel resorts are all full of quality amenities and services which are playing an important role in satisfying the visitors. Fiji tourism has jumped in its standard with the development of Natadola project led by Louis Gerard Saliot. He has been truly crucial in giving shape to this project which became a landmark showing his excellent professionalism.
Having founded the Euro Asia management, the management company specialising in designing, planning and implementation of various projects, Gerard Saliot is bringing a lot of development in the global tourism industry. It is always difficult for any new business persons to open their hotel or resort outlets without proper planning and designing. And they can seek the consultation from the Gerard who has been in the industry for many years. With his vast industrial experiences, he has the right authority to over planning, developing and financial aspect of the project too.
He showed his excellence in using his innovation and creativity. And today Natadola project has shaped up the tourism where many local people got suitable employment. For the greater welfare of the global community, one must say that Gerard Saliot has it in his heart and is persistently doing what he wanted. There are many other valuable things that one can learn from him. The hardworking nature has made him what he is currently. He has been leading Euro Asia from the front in which is the Chief Executive Officer and President too.
Besides, he has also been working on the projects based in Bali, the leading destination for tourism in Indonesia. He has been the expert and leads the team well through his proper planning, designing and careful analysis of both financial aspects specifically the cost to be incurred.