Outrigger Hotels and Resorts

Published on Saturday, July 31, 2010

Up to 50% discounts for Vision readers on sustainable tourism reports, masterclass, webinars


Special Report Masterclass and Webinar Offers for Vision on Sustainable Tourism Readers
If someone said to you that you could:
  • Save money and make more profit
  • Get and process more business
  • Operate more efficiently
  • Have a happier, more committed, staff
  • Engage with your clients in a more effective way
  • Work better and more profitably with your suppliers
  • Feel that you and your business are actually making a positive difference
  • Go to work each day more happily
  • Feel good about yourself and your work
  • Have much more fun
You"d say "How" wouldn"t you?
Helping you to achieve all the above in the most efficient, cost and time-effective manner is the simple purpose of the Sustainable Tourism Report Suite, the Sustainable Tourism Report Masterclass and the Sustainable Tourism Report Webinars.
The Sustainable Tourism Report Suite includes all you need to know about Sustainable Tourism:
  • Sustainable Tourism Report 85 fact-filled pages Usual price: UK £250 US$450 €300
  • Sustainable Tourism Ministers Briefing 31 succinct pages Usual price UK £100 US180 €120
  • Sustainable Tourism Marketing Guide 50 opportunity-filled pages Usual price UK £100 US180 €120
  • Tourism & Carbon Market Guide 53 clarifying pages Usual price UK £100 US180 €120
The Sustainable Tourism Report Masterclass (London 17 September 2010) includes: one day"s intensive, enjoyable learning:
  • Full day in London with intensive learning, lunch and supper
  • At least 4 top global speakers including JP Bergqvist, Professor Stefan Gossling, Gopinath Parayil, Robert Weston.
  • Segments include Sustainable Tourism Marketing, Tourism & Carbon Market, Global Sustainable Tourism Opportunities, Sustainable Tourism - the future of tourism, green hotels, carbon neutral & sustainable destinations
  • Full information dossiers
  • High level networking opportunities
  • UK£500 US$800 €750 per participant
The Sustainable Tourism Webinar Series (Global spread 2nd July, 6th August, 3rd September, 1st October and 5th November) includes:
  • A series of highly illuminating 90 minute sessions
  • Webinars on variety of sustainable tourism topics including marketing, certification, carbon markets, green hotels, sustainable destinations, carbon neutral destinations, sustainable tour operating
  • Full cast of top speakers and thinkers for each webinar
  • Opportunities to question, engage and network
  • Full follow up process
The webinars are limited to 200 participants to ensure full opportunity to engage in the question and answer sessions. Each webinar costs £10 per person per webinar.
To find out more and take advantage of these opportunities: email [email protected]
Sponsored by Innovation for Sustainable Development Centre
 Previous Sustainable Tourism Report Purchasers include:
Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne, Rezidor Hotel Group, Northern Ireland Tourist Board, University of Brighton, Tourism Ireland, The Nature Conservancy, Cleaner Climate, Virgin Group, Micato Safaris, Hilton Hotels Corp, Visit Britain, Canada Tourism, Tourism Innovation Group, Dublin Institute of Technology, Sabre Holdings, EplerWood Consultancy, Nichols Tourism Group, The Adventure Company, Exclusively Canada, University of Wales, University of Guelph, Sustainable Side of the Street, IFC, Discover Ltd, Griffith University, Australia, Yukon Tourist Board, Ipswich College, Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum, The Tourism Company, Citizen Development Corps, University of Hertfordshire, Disney Corp, Anglia Ruskin University, Kidderminster College, Olive Green Group, Six Senses Group, and many, many more.


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