YOUR TOURISM BUSINESS IS CHANGING. THIS EVENT WILL HELP YOU.
As the global tourism industry continues to expand and become more complex, it is vital that those in the industry are equipped with a current, thorough knowledge of the most vital topics involved.
The Future Global Opportunities for UK Tourism event takes place in Liverpool, UK this Thursday (28th June 2018). It is a major part of the 2018 International Festival, and it is an essential event for anyone who works in the tourism sector and is determined to stay ahead.
The one-day conference will delve deep into the most pressing issues in tourism today, highlighting emerging trends, investigating consumer behaviour and examining the way the industry itself is changing and how it can adapt to meet these changes.
Take a look at the big questions the event will address below. If you’d like to know the answers book a seat. The event is designed to present new opportunities and we think you’ll get a lot from it.
A.I could totally revolutionise the tourism sector, driven by a need to offer customers the ultimate personalised experience. Hear from Katie King, Managing Director, Zoodikers as she looks at the impact on tourism, and the opportunities and actions which organisations can take today to survive and thrive.
As the UK prepares to leave the EU, there has never been a more critical time to reflect on the importance of air services to the UK's regional airports. Join air transport consultant John Strickland as he moderates a ‘Sky's the Limit' panel discussion with: James Ager, Head of Strategy, Manchester Airport Group John Irving, CEO, John Lennon Airport Kate Sherry, Deputy Director Route Development, Ryanair Ali Gayward, UK Country Manager, easyJet
Gain the insights you need to navigate a challenging, ever changing trading environment. Hear from some of the travel industry's innovators and disruptors, tackling key issues, including Brand Britain, brand loyalty, new business models and being creative on limited budgets.
This event has been specially conceived to enable tourism industry professionals to look far beyond normal planning horizons and identify potential opportunities from the fundamental changes outlined above.
Full of challenging debate, strategic advice, and expert knowledge, this conference is set to present a clear, concise path forward for businesses within the UK tourism industry.
If you work in the tourism industry and you can attend one event this year, you could do no better than the Future Global Opportunities for UK Tourism Event.
Read more about the conference and book your place via the event’s website, via the button below.