Swiss Tourism’s Prinz Bids Canada a Fond Farewell with a… Yodel


Pascal Prinz, Director Canada, Switzerland Tourism is moving on, but he isn't leaving Canada without a peep - or... yodel.  Open Jaw attended a goodbye lunch for Prinz in Toronto Tuesday, 16AUG, and got him to reprise his well-known sound of Switzerland.

Prinz will be Switzerland Tourism’s new Director, Global Accounts and will be based out of Zurich.

As Open Jaw has reported, Oliver Weibel has been named as Prinz’s successor at Switzerland Tourism in Canada, stepping into the role 01NOV.

“It’s been an honor to represent Switzerland and Europe in Canada for the past 4.5 years. My heart is full of gratitude for all I have learned and the wonderful people I have met”, says a wistful Prinz.

“I’m proud of how as “Team Europe,” we have navigated this crisis in Canada and that people can now travel again. Travel is the best education there is! I wish my successor Oliver Weibel all the best and an excellent start, and I look forward to championing his success from my new perch overseeing global accounts at ST!”

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