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Projecting tourism in the next 30 years

To celebrate 30 years of the World Travel Market, the International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research, Bournemouth University is organising its annual WTM forum with the theme Vision 3030 – to reflect the past 30 years and to project tourism in the next 30 years. The market volatility globally demonstrates the key challenges and also opportunities emerging for both tourism destinations and suppliers around the world. Tourism destinations and organisations need to learn…

To celebrate 30 years of the World Travel Market, the International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research, Bournemouth University is organising its annual WTM forum with the theme Vision 3030 – to reflect the past 30 years and to project tourism in the next 30 years. The market volatility globally demonstrates the key challenges and also opportunities emerging for both tourism destinations and suppliers around the world. Tourism destinations and organisations need to learn from the history of tourism developments in the last 30 years and adapt to the realities, technologies, and globalisation for the next 30 years.

Clearly understanding the Economics of Tourism and ensuring the sustainability of resources will be two key challenges for the future. The Tourism Futures Forum will provide an insight into the future dimensions of the tourism industry. It examines major trends in tourism demand and supply and explores the strategic changes that lead to the international tourism industry restructuring.

The University of Bournemouth in partnership with the World Travel Market and the TravelDailyNews are organising this annual forum to facilitate debate about the key strategic changes and to engage in a discussion about the successful response of the industry. The forum brings together leading academic and professional tourism experts to identify new trends as well as opportunities and challenges. The event will involve two cutting edge research-based presentations to stimulate discussion. The Chair of the panel Dr Keith Wilkes Dean of the Services Management School will encourage all participants to contribute to the debate and discussion.

14:00-14:15 The economic impacts of Tourism – Professor John Fletcher
14:15-14:30 Tourism and Sustainability Dr Jonathan Edwards
14:30-15:30 Interactive discussion & Looking into the future – Invited panelists

Followed by Bournemouth University Tourism & Hospitality Bournemouth University Friends and Alumni Event WTM
Thursday 12th Nov at 16:00 The Fox Excel.

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