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NTG represented at Travel Academy, Sofia (Bulgaria)

Next Tourism Generation key partner Varna University of Management, Bulgaria will represent the project during ‘Travel Academy’, on 09th of October 2020. We will have a short presentation on NTG, including presenting the software/matrices tool and the Toolkits for training, and afterwards, we will discuss with the participants on digital, social and green skills shortage and training in Bulgaria. 


European Commission addresses the relevance of the Next Tourism Generation project

The Communication from the European Commission of May 13 on Tourism and transport in 2020 and beyond represents a small but significant milestone for the Next Tourism Generation project. In an official document of one of the most important institutions of the European Union, a prestigious acknowledgement of the importance and value of the project is formally expressed, through the reference that is made to the work we are carrying out and even to our website www.nexttourismgeneration.eu.READ MORE

Webinar: Perspectives on Dual Cooperative Education

The INCOME Tourism project aims at developing a new learning approach based on a cooperative learning process joining higher education and tourism businesses applied to soft skills learning to be incorporated in the last year of the Tourism Bachelor (EQF6). Together with Next Tourism Generation Alliance key partner ATLAS, they organize the webinar: perspectives on dual cooperative education.READ MORE

Issues that need to be solved for a future-proof tourism and hospitality sector

On Friday February 21, a conference around ‘’Digitization in the Tourism Sector: Experiences and New Skills’’ took place at Unioncamere in Rome. Subject of the conference was “Digitialization in the Tourism Sector: Experiences and New Skills”. The conference was opened by Roberto di Vincenzo, president of ISNART, emphasizing the importance of tourism for the Italian economy and the need for having the right skills in working in this sector. He underlined the current gaps that are existent in the skills of the tourism workers. READ MORE

NTG organizes: Digitalization in Tourism Sector: Experiences and New Skills

The Next Tourism Generation Alliance gathers in Rome the upcoming days. They will discuss the last outcomes of the project and the upcoming events and outputs. On Friday February 21, 2020, UnionCamere and Federturismo Confindustria will host the semi-public event ‘Digitalization in tourism sector: experiences and new skills’ at UnionCamere, Piazza Sallustio, 21 Room ‘Longhi’.


Next Tourism Generation represented at Vakantiebeurs (Travel Fair)

This week, Dutch organizations in tourism and travel are gathering at the 50th edition of the ‘Vakantiebeurs’ – the largest Travel Fair of the Netherlands. Besides presenting their business at the Travel Fair to consumers, there are also multiple events organized focusing on B2B. On Tuesday, the second edition of the Travel Congress took place where multiple keynotes discussed the ‘Traveler of the Future’, highlighting digital, green and social aspects that are of the importance of the changing customer journey.READ MORE

Next Tourism Generation Alliance at Tourism Expo Destination Varna

Tourism Expo Destination Varna 2019 took place in Varna in the period 21-23 November 2019. It is a renowned event, attracting Bulgarian tourism professionals from all tourism subsectors. During the event, there were parallel conference sessions, where the industry representatives shared their experiences, views, and analyses about the trends in hospitality and tourism. One of these presentations was held by Varna University of Management team in the role of NTG Alliance representatives. READ MORE