The Tourism Working Group is focused on exploring links and opportunities with creative and cultural industries (e.g. via the Smart Specialisation Platform for Industrial Modernisation, film industry as a tool to integrate tourism itineraries and products), cultural tourism and heritage, clusters, sharing economy from regional authorities point of view and on providing early information to members on tourism policy future strands, strategic objectives with financial tools, inter-regional joint activities, EU calls. Deployment of research and innovation results in the tourism sector, conducted within EU programmes.

Work Plan

ERRIN Contact

WORKING GROUP LEADER
Gino Cormons
Friuli Venezia Giulia
Gustavo Martinie
Generalitat Valenciana
Francisco Vigalondo
Aragón Exterior
Daniel Wentzlaff
Saxony-Anhalt

Next Working Group

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How can we increase the tourism potential of our cultural heritage sites through innovation? How can we achieve that they evoke emotions and offer a personal experience to visitors? How can we ensure that the experience economy, involving the local communities, will offer affordable, inclusive and sustainable services in the medium/long run? Are you interested to brainstorm with us about these questions? Then come along and be part of the discussion that the Tourism Working Group of ERRIN is...

Last Working Group Meeting

Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Rue du Commerce 49
During this Tourism WG meeting will discuss innovatove business models for smart destinations, and will take place on the morning of June 29, at the FVG Region. The seminar intends to investigate how to increase regional competitiveness by developing common projects having transnational dimension and how digitalization and  innovative business models can create new opportunities for tourism operators and for the entire tourism value chain. You can find the agenda attached above.
Permanent Representation of the Republic of Slovenia to the EU, rue du Commerce 44
In the framework of the 2nd Industry Day of the European Commission, ERRIN is organising a panel discussion on innovative value chains in tourism.  Tourism does not produce technological innovations. Yet, being innovative and reacting to the changing needs is vital for a resilient European tourism industry. Thanks to innovation, the tourism industry has the capacity to increasingly offer high quality and tailored services, but it leads to innovative business models, with respect to distribution...
latest presentation & Posts

Conference on the Collaborative Economy

The conference will bring together stakeholders and decision-makers from public authorities

Thursday, October 11, 2018

European Tourism Day

This year’s programme will evolve around the topic of “The Renewed EU Industrial

Wednesday, November 07, 2018

Experience economy: a personalised and sustainable approach towards cultural heritage

How can we increase the tourism potential of our cultural heritage sites through innovation? How

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Transport and tourism for persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility

This research study has been undertaken for the European Commission TRAN Committee. Its aim is

Friday, June 15, 2018

Foster resilience of the tourism industry through innovative value chain

In the framework of the 2nd Industry Day of the European Commission, ERRIN is organising a panel

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Innovation Competition for Cool Ideas

Does your company have an ingenious smart city product that you want to

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The Dark Side of Mass Tourism: what should the industry do with the impact of mass tourism?

On Wednesday 11th October, the event The Dark Side of Mass Tourism: what should the industry

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

A European strategy to enhance the competitiveness of the tourism industry, a key driver for job creation - High level Conference

The event will be opened by European Parliament President Tajani, European Commission President

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Tourism Working Plan 2018

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

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