The event organised by the European Commission will focus on the access, sharing and management of data by destinations’ public authorities, including through public-private partnerships.
- The morning session will provide an update on the EU framework for data management and its relevance to tourism.
- The two parallel sessions of the afternoon will hold multi-stakeholder debates and presentation of good practices. The focus will be on identifying the relevant source and type of data, the challenges of data access, good practices of use of data and relevant partnerships.
- A final session will bring the conclusions from the two parallel sessions into a joint debate.
Target audience: Representatives of the tourism industry, technology providers, as well as public authorities of cities and regions.
Attendance to this event is upon invitation only. NECSTouR Permanent Secretariat will intervene during this event.
The Digital tourism network is an informal forum of EU tourism industry and other relevant stakeholders Launched in 2015. It aims to discuss common challenges and opportunities of the EU tourism industry's digital transformation and exchange good practices for boosting the innovation capacity of tourism entrepreneurs, especially SMEs.