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Future Leaders Forum is a side event of EIAT

EIAT 2012 brings together experts from travel industry and academic society

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The one and only conference in the region of South-East Europe that brings together tourism experts from all over the world, linking them with three most important sectors in tourism (private, public and academic) will be held in Belgrade for the 5th time in the period of 21st-23rd September 2012.

It was lack of practical knowledge and skilled students that gave a signal for establishing such an event that creates a strong platform of future leaders in tourism industry.

This year, EIAT brings two new sessions:
  • Executive Hotelier Track – attended for hotel industry professionals, and
  • Executive Destination Track – for those involved in destination management and rural tourism and created for NGO representatives, travel agencies and others from public and private sectors in this field.
Also a number of speakers have already confirmed their participations. Among others there are experts from institutions such as: ICCA association, IMEX fair, MCI Dublin, Visit Britain, Emirates Academy of Hospitality and Caesar Ritz Colleges, professors from Manchester and Greenwich Universities, SKEMA Business School from France and many more others.

EIAT is supported by Serbian Ministry of Economy and Regional Development, Tourism Organizations of Serbia, Belgrade and Novi Sad, Danube Competence Center and many others.

Who will participate?
  • 250 delegates
  • 25 faculties
  • 12 countries of SEE region
Future Leaders Forum – a great chance for best students

As a side event, Future Leaders Forum will be held in organization with IMEX fair and MPI association, on the first day of conference intended for best students of tourism and hospitality. All participants will have their chance to talk to General Manager of St. Regis Doha Hotel, and the best seven, will be offered a chance to go to Doha (Qatar) and pass cross-training program in this hotel worth one billion American dollars. The program will last for 12 months.

Center for Tourism Research and Studies

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