How to survive in the short run without neglecting the destination’s or company’s long-term resilience and sustainability? How do leading public and private executives from around the world plan and implement according measures? The Tourism Recovery and Resilience Dialogue (TouRRD) takes up these questions, presents insightful practical cases, and thus provides orientation and inspiration to decision-makers of small and large tourism organisations alike .
The TouRRD is organised by the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons, in cooperation with the Global Compact Network Switzerland & Liechtenstein, the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, the UN World Tourism Organization, and the World Economic Forum. Bringing together decision-makers from government, business, and civil society, in three virtual events it tackles three different challenges, namely: «How to restore consumers’ trust and confidence» (18.11.2020), «How to use data for a more balanced tourism» (9.12.2020), and «How to turn future headwinds into opportunities» (13.1.2021). The events take place from 2:30pm to 4:00pm (Central European Time). They are conducted via ZOOM and offer the audience an ample opportunity to engage in a high-level peer-to-peer exchange of ideas and experiences.
The TouRRD is part of the partner organisations’ umbrella initiative Tourism for Sustainable Development. Therefore, it creates a community and practical knowledge that provide decision-makers with helpful resources in both the short and the long run.
Tourism Recovery and Resilience Dialogue,
18.11.2020 & 09.12.2020 & 13.01.2021, always 2:30 - 4:00 pm (Central European Time)
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