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Sustainability and “green” skills in hospitality – how to make a sexy concept work?

Long ago sustainability evolved from a trendy word to a real concept, applicable in any industry or activity. Sustainability in hospitality has been discussed in many details and contexts – special reports and studies explore the importance of sustainable development for accommodation establishments and other tourist companies (Higham & Miller, 2018). There are numerous practices, programmes, certifications, etc. (UNWTO; T4SDGS) that persuade managers and owners how vital sustainability is for their business and for the world as a whole.READ MORE

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Application of Digital Skills, Social Media and Content Marketing via Curious Management and Innovative Leadership

Flexible working hours and locations, teamwork, networking, agile corporate structures, two-handed leadership styles: a look at the world of work in the digital age reveals the true scale of change. A light has been shed on this matter by Next Tourism Generation key partner DSFT Berlin (German Seminar for Tourism).READ MORE

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Augmented Reality in tourism

Professional training in Augmented Reality (AR) for the tourism sector

When we are faced with new technological advances, in the first instance we may consider them as a field of science fiction. It is only when we consider the advantages from the practical point of view that we recognize how technology can serve as a useful tool for service and management procedures in tourism. Key partner Eurogites from the Next Tourism Generation Alliance (NTG) highlights the importance and relevance of Augmented Reality (AR) in the tourism sector. 


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Meeting the future digital skills needs in tourism

Tourism arrivals worldwide are expected to increase by 3.35 per cent each year until 2030 (UNWTO, 2011). But with technological innovations set to continue to change jobs and digital skills becoming ever more essential, how will the industry prepare its future workforce to capitalise on the opportunities this presents?

As a key partner of the Next Tourism Generation Alliance (NTG) – the first partnership alliance for improving a collaborative and productive relationship between education and industry – People 1st International is working with partners across Europe to establish a blueprint strategy for skills development and to influence national and regional policies in tourism.READ MORE

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