Tourism Policy


ITB Berlin

7-9 March

The ITB Berlin Convention addresses decision makers in all segments of the global tourism industry. The ITB Berlin Convention covers a wide range of current industry topics with the intention to provide decision makers with helpful suggestions so they may benefit during future business endeavors. Important topics of different tourism segments (future, hospitality, aviation, corporate social responsibility, business travel, travel technology, etc.) as well as issues specific regions or destinations are presented with, will be discussed.

European Tourism Forum 2011

5-6/10/2011 Krakow (PL)

Organised by the Polish Presidency of the European Union (1st July-1st January 2012) the ETF 2011 will concentrate on priority  1 of the Commission Communication Europe, the world's No 1 tourist destination - a new political framework for tourism in Europe - Stimulate competitiveness in the European tourism sector.

VII Euromeeting


Regional Policies for Sustainable and Competitive European Tourism

Florence, November 5th-6th,2009

Marseille Conference

Thursday 30th october 2008
Friday 31st october 2008

The NECSTouR conference has been dedicated to:


NECSTouR - European Tourism Policy

Feb 29, 2012

A great number of private and public stakeholders at international, European, national, regional and local level are involved in the development of tourism. Given the complexity of tourism which is not easy to separate from other economic sectors, the stakeholders must develop partnerships if they want to stay ahead of competition. The success of the renewed EU policy depends therefore on the active involvement of all tourism stakeholders.





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