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Case study: Sustainability at Croke Park, Dublin Ireland: Achieving a Greener Stadium

In this blog, NTG partner TU Dublin explores the sustainability efforts at Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland. Ruth Craggs, School of Hospitality Management and Tourism, TU Dublin, talked to Míde Ní Shúilleabháin, Sustainability and Systems Officer at Croke Park, about sustainability goals and green initiatives at this Irish stadium.


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Ultimate transformation: How will robots, artificial intelligence and service automation disrupt the tourism and hospitality industries?

At the end of the 20th and beginning of the 21st century, the GDSs (Global Distribution Systems), Internet, social media, websites and mobile applications, made the world smaller and changed the rules of the business and competition among travel, tourism and hospitality companies. Now the tourism industry is facing a new revolution, one more powerful, transformative and with longer-term implications than the previous changes. Tourism is entering the robotics era. Stanislav Ivanov from NTG key partner Varna University of Management, wrote an interesting blog on this matter.READ MORE

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Challenge your digital self-learning skills: become a visual designer

Digital self-learning skills are very important in different tourism sub-sectors and go hand in hand with the different skill sets that the Next Tourism Generation (NTG) Alliance focuses on. Based on the NTG interview research outcomes, self-learning is ‘a must’ when it comes to being employed in the tourism industry. READ MORE

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