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Published on Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Get sustainable tourism roi - intensive international november masterclasses - earlybird prices






International intensive tourism masterclasses in London after WTM and Berlin after ITB will deliver sustainable ROI, branding, climate change opportunities, green tourism growth & great networking. Few seats available


These masterclasses of interest to ministries of tourism, destination managers, tour operators, OTAs, airlines, train companies and NGOs.


All travel and tourism businesses, institutions and NGOs can benefit from a big dose of sustainable ROI!


These Sustainable Tourism Masterclasses are aimed at helping ministries of tourism, destinations and other tourism players - including OTAs, tour operators, travel agents airlines, railways and other transportation operators achieve sustainable ROI.


The full day masterclasses will be held in central London on 7 November 2014 and Berlin on 3 March 2015 - ideal if you're attending WTM or ITB. There will be limited opportunities to attend via Skype/other web.


Whatever your place in the travel/tourism industry you will benefit from the joined-up GREEN - and very challenging thinking and opportunities that these masterclasses provide.


The masterclass format is short informative presentations by specialists followed by discussion - Chatham House rules (reporting of subjects but no reporting of names!)


So that all the important subjects packed into the day can be dealt with fully and satisfactorily and leave time for discussions and networking, the 12 hour intensive masterclass will include lunch, supper, pre and post event information and communication.


Each masterclass is kept to a maximum of 25 participants to provide in depth understanding and discussions of this complex and substantial opportunity. The current package cost includes full information pack, networking luncheon and supper: £500 per attendee. Earlybird prices attract a 50% discount.


To reserve a special earlybird place at the either masterclass (just £250) and for any further information email [email protected] now


There will be a few tourism masters students seats available at each masterclass for £150 per student participant. You'll need to reserve now.


Sustainable Tourism Masterclasses have been held for the last six years and have attracted full houses of attendees and top speakers of global repute.


A full synthesis report is circulated to all attendees and all attendees are both invited to join the masterclass network and the closed online group.


The Sustainable Tourism Masterclass is part of the Sustainable Tourism Report Suite 2014 supported by Thomas Cook plc., Discover Ltd., Cape Town Tourism, Amstel Botel bv., EUCC-Quality Coast, Innovation Norway, Green Tourism, International Coalition of Tourism Partners and GreenEarth.travel


Sustainable Tourism Report purchasers and masterclass attendees include: Change for Tomorrow, World Economic Forum, UNWTO, Visit Paris, Singita Africa, Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne, Kazakhstan Tourism, Rezidor Hotel Group, WWF, Ogilvy PR, Sustainable Side of the Street, Northern Ireland Tourist Board, University of Brighton, Tourism Ireland, The Nature Conservancy, Cleaner Climate, Virgin Holidays, Hilton Hotels Corp, Visit Britain, Visit England, Visit Scotland, Canada Tourism, Tourism Innovation Group, Dublin Institute of Technology, Sabre Holdings, EplerWood Consultancy, The Adventure Company, Exclusively Canada, University of Wales, University of Guelph, 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,, Six Senses Group, and many, many more.

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