Tourism Society Tourism Symposium 4th – 5th June

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Changing Times for Tourism
Greenwich 4th – 5thJune 2018
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The Tourism Society brings their annual Symposium to the UNESCO world heritage site of Maritime Greenwich with an exciting and fast paced programme covering global trends, opportunities and challenges facing the tourism and travel industries.
Expert speakers will cover topical issues including the sharing economy, capitalising on innovation, balancing the benefits and effects of over-tourism, examining the value of heritage as an attractor for economic development, tourism’s long term sustainability, and all from a UK, EU and international perspective.
Our Confirmed speakers are:
Darren Henley OBE, Arts Council England
Caroline Bremner, Head of Travel and Tourism Research at Euromonitor International
Dr James Kennell FTS, Tourism Research Centre, University of Greenwich
David Statham, Managing Director, Southeastern
Angela McConville CEO, of Greenwich Foundation for the ORNC
Neil Smith, Planner, Knight Dragon Developments Ltd
Kevin Smith, General Manager, Devonport Hotel (De Vere)
Dr Richard Denman FTS, Director, The Tourism Company
Geoffrey Lipman, Director GGTI, & Co-Founder SUNx Strong Universal Network
Barrie Kelly, Chief Executive, Visit Greenwich
Deborah Heather, Head of M Assessment Services, Quality in Tourism
Merilee Karr, Founder and CEO of
Shain Shapiro of Sound Diplomacy
Tom Littlechild, O2

Date: 4th – 5th June 2018
Location: University of Greenwich, Old Royal Naval College
Special Rate: £159 for British Destination Members
Book now and enjoy a special partner rate! Click ‘No’ to the question: Are you a tourism society member? And then proceed to book your £159 member ticket.
Book your ticket here >


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