Sports Tourism Research Report

This year's annual recreation congress in Drenthe addressed the importance of social media in the tourism sector. Almost 200 participants visited experienced keynotes and the ETFI side event and got insights on how to actively engage and communicate with the customers.

Thursday December 1st, the European Tourism Futures Institute together with Knowledge Center Social Innovation (KSI) has contributed prominently to the conference on Lifestyle and Healthy Ageing in Assen, organized by the Healthy Ageing Network North-Netherlands (HANNN).

‘A lot has been accomplished in just a short period of time’, as Frans Zwarts (Professor-Director of the UCF) declares with pride at the opening symposium of the University Campus Fryslân. ‘The establishment of the UCF is a result of the Frisian society feeling the need to actively...

In their last issue, the Dutch Science Guide reports about the successful Tourism Futures conference organized by ETFI at Stenden Leeuwarden, 2-5 November 2011. The article highlights the international cooperations that were established as a direct result of the conference, and concludes: ETFI...

On May 17th 2011 Jeroen Oskam and Gaby Seemann were invited by the project group 'Netzwerk Toekomst' to take a glimpse into the future.

International arrivals to Europe will reach 738m by 2030, a rate of increase of 2.5% from 2010, However, Europe’s market share will fall from 51% in 2010 to 41% by 2030. Presently, the Euro zone is in turmoil with Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal on the verge of bankruptcy and default.

New Zealand’s TV 1 Breakfast talks to associate professor Ian Yeoman about the possibility of technology playing a vital part in making our athletes injury free.

At the yearly conference of the ANVR (Dutch Association of Travel Agents an Tour Operators), Stenden was represented by Peter Nonhof, International Tourism Management, and Maaike de Jong, European Tourism Futures Institute. The congress reflected on innovation and creativity in the travel sector.

On September 29th 2011 an article of the European Tourism Futures Institute on shrinking areas in the Norther-Netherlands, the negative aspects and possible chances for declining areas was published in the Leeuwarder Courant.

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The two-week Thanksgiving travel window, which started Friday and will continue until Dec. 2, has become a veritable smorgasbord of hotel and airfare deals, but fewer travelers are expected to feast.
Every group -- from the middle-income family to the ultra rich to the international visitor -- will be flying less and booking fewer hotel rooms, said Bjorn Hanson, associate professor at the Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism and Sports Management in New York University.
There will be 600,000 fewer travelers during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend who venture 50 miles or more from home this year, according to a recent AAA forecast

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  • Avatar RICHARD L Beautifull spots of the philippines?
    Dec 01, 2007 by RICHARD L | Posted in Philippines
    • Bohol island (chocolate hills,tarsier sanctuary,floating restaurant in Loboc river,Hinagdanan cave,hanging bridge,etc.)Camiguin Island (hot and cold spring,Ardent spring,Sunken cemetery,etc)Cebu,Davao,Cagayan de Oro

  • Avatar Kheiy Can someone define traditional tourism and modern tourism?
    Oct 24, 2007 by Kheiy | Posted in Philippines

    What are the traditional perspective and modern perspective of Manila, Philippines?

    • Traditional tourism would refer to the sightseeing tours. they come and see the sights.

      modern tourism would refer to more activities than just sightseeing. eco-tourism would be one of them.