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Event: International Hospitality and Tourism Research Conference 2011

Venue: Luzern and Sorenberg, Switzerland

Organized by: International Hospitality and Tourism Research Conference

Date: 11/10/2011


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Details: The conference theme is Contemporary Issues in Hospitality, Tourism and Events Management.
The keynote speakers are as follows:
Professor John Tribe
– He is Professor of Tourism and Subject Group Leader at the University of Surrey. He is Co-Chair of the UN World Tourism Organisation Education Council, Editor-in-Chief of Annals of Tourism Research and Chair of the Editorial Board of Higher Education Academy. He has an extensive publication record and his specific research interests are within the area of sustainability, epistemology and tourism education.
Dr. Noëlle O’Connor
- She is Senior Lecturer in Tourism and Hospitality Studies at the Limerick Institute of Technology and was previously the Acting Head of Department of Languages, Tourism and Hospitality in Waterford Institute of Technology (Ireland). She edited the recently published book Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland (2007) and has published widely, particularly in film induced tourism.
Abstracts are invited on, but not limited to, the following indicative themes:
    Business (MICE) events Destination marketing and management Ethical tourism and corporate social responsibility Eco-tourism Hospitality and innovative concepts Hospitality and operational excellence Information and communication technologies including social media
  1. International issues and trends in hospitality, tourism or events management
  2. Evaluating event impacts
  3. Events management and planning
  4. Festivals and cultural exchanges
  5. Markets and consumer behaviour
  6. Mass and niche tourism
  7. Measuring hospitality experience
  8. New forms of tourism
  9. Safety and security issues
  10. Sustainability within hospitality, tourism or events management

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