Tourism is one of the fastest growing aspects of world industry. The planning and development on tourism is booming around the world and a number of countries have embarked on vigorous tourism development programs to bolster the perceived economic benefits of tourism.
Tourism industry is not like those of the other industries. Good management of tourism is central to the mission of management. Regardless of orientation and professional discipline, tourism touches us all directly.
World Tourism Association is announcing the next edition of World Tourism Conference on 10-12 January 2019 at National Institute of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Hyderabad.
The aim of this conference is to provide an opportunity to foster academic and practical development for international educators, scholars, researchers, industry professionals, policy-makers and researchers, students with an opportunity to explore and discuss issues in the topics on tourism.
The findings of this conference can be effective and insightful directions for tourism development and planning. The conference will also provide a platform to connect, network and explore new tourism markets and products.
The conference will show how tourism can be utilized as an engine for economic growth and job creation through disruptive business models and strategies, leveraging creative industries and culture, emerging technologies, capacity building, and building strategic partnerships.
Tourism leaders, professionals, academics and students from around the world will be joining together to present and exchange understanding and experiences which both reflect the evolving landscape of tourism and how it is affecting and shaping world tourism in general.
At the conference, each of the sessions will be followed by a panel discussion in which the ideas presented will be analyzed and practical recommendations for action by other destinations will be developed.
This Conference will bring together a wide range of reputed world leaders in tourism, high-level policy makers, specialists and experts from both the public and private sectors, to exchange experiences, put forward valuable ideas and provide guidance for future tourism development.