Who Should Attend the Conference?

The 2nd Global Tourism Resilience Day Conference is a pivotal event aimed at shaping the future of the tourism industry towards greater resilience, adaptability, and sustainability. Given the critical importance of tourism as a global industry and its interconnectedness with various sectors, this conference is designed to be a multi-disciplinary and inclusive platform. As such, a diverse range of participants is encouraged to attend, including:

  • Tourism Professionals: Tourism practitioners, industry leaders, and professionals working in various segments of the tourism value chain, such as hospitality, travel agencies, tour operators, and destination management.
  • Policy Makers and Government Officials: Representatives from national and local governments, ministries of tourism, and regulatory authorities responsible for shaping tourism policies and regulations.
  • Academics and Researchers: Scholars, researchers, and academics specializing in tourism, resilience studies, crisis management, sustainability, and related fields are invited to contribute their expertise.
  • Technology Enthusiasts: Professionals and innovators from the technology sector interested in the intersection of digital disruption and tourism resilience.
  • Climate and Environmental Experts: Specialists in climate change, environmental conservation, and sustainable tourism practices to discuss strategies for climate resilience in the industry.
  • Cultural Preservation Advocates: Individuals and organizations passionate about preserving cultural heritage within the tourism context while embracing globalization.
  • Health and Safety Experts: Experts in health and safety protocols and pandemic response who can share insights on how to enhance tourism resilience in the face of health-related crises.
  • Infrastructure Developers and Planners: Professionals engaged in tourism infrastructure development, urban planning, and future-proofing physical spaces to withstand disruptions.
  • Consumer Behavior Analysts: Researchers and analysts focused on understanding and predicting the evolving expectations and behaviors of 21st-century travelers.
  • Community Engagement Advocates: Stakeholders committed to ensuring that tourism benefits all, including local communities, through sustainable and responsible practices.
  • Education and Training Providers: Educators and trainers involved in preparing the next generation of tourism professionals with skills in resilience and crisis management.
  • Supply Chain Managers: Experts responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of tourism supply chains and experiences.
  • Destination Marketing Professionals: Marketers and branding experts tasked with promoting resilient tourism destinations in dynamic marketplaces.
  • Tech Innovators: Visionaries in the technology sector exploring future technologies that can enhance tourism resilience.
  • Advocates for Inclusive Tourism: Individuals and organizations championing accessible, diverse, and inclusive tourism experiences for all.
  • Global Stakeholders: International organizations, NGOs, and stakeholders invested in the global tourism industry’s resilience, sustainability, and socio-economic impacts.

The diversity of participants at this conference will foster cross-disciplinary dialogue, enabling the exchange of ideas, best practices, and innovative solutions to build a more resilient and sustainable tourism industry. We invite all individuals and organizations with an interest in the future of tourism resilience to join us at this global forum, and collectively work towards a stronger and more resilient tourism ecosystem.