• fr
  • en

Digitalisation in Tourism: In-depth analysis of challenges and opportunities

The Commission has published a new study on digitalisation in tourism to analyse the challenges and opportunities of digitalisation in tourism, how these challenges and opportunities affect different stakeholder groups, and to discuss how they might be addressed.

In line with our DANTE (Digital Agenda for New Tourism Approach in European Rural and Mountain Areas) findings, this study recommends:

– To have policy responses built on the knowledge network and cluster development instigated by public authorities and professional associations.

–  To develop digital training for different groups of SMEs

– To give more access to reliable digital infrastructure, rural areas being particularly challenged in terms of access to digital infrastructure.

–  Digital research and development should incorporate smart growth strategies to secure long term thinking and promote sustainable practices.

By reading the whole report, you will learn more on difficulties and opportunities of tourism SMEs such as public administrations and professional associations to gain a better access towards digitalisation.

Share
9 January 2019

Euromontana sur Facebook

Unable to display Facebook posts.
Show error

Error: (#10) This endpoint requires the 'manage_pages' permission or the 'Page Public Content Access' feature. Refer to https://developers.facebook.com/docs/apps/review/login-permissions#manage-pages and https://developers.facebook.com/docs/apps/review/feature#reference-PAGES_ACCESS for details.
Type: OAuthException
Code: 10
Please refer to our Error Message Reference.

Euromontana sur Twitter

Our last video is out 📢 See in this 3rd video:
🔹 insights of our last international conference in Poland
🔹 benefits of the #SilverEco for Irish rural areas with @AislingConway3
🔹 the story of stakeholders with @CuidamosBurgos, Spain
@interregeurope
https://t.co/en11Ofit6G

« A few years ago we benefitted from support of the @EU_Commission DG REGIO to create a mapping - available online - of migrants’ integration networks at territorial level in @OECD countries » C. Charbit from @OECD_local
#AlpineRefugees #ReadingMountains

Les zones de montagne abritent environ 2⃣5⃣% de la biodiversité terrestre.
🏞️🐿️🌱🦋🌲🍓🦅

👉🏼 https://t.co/MgCp0xyric

#MountainsMatter #COP25

Mountains are home to 15% of the world's population and a quarter of the 🌏's land animals & plants. Their conservation is key for achieving #GlobalGoals.

Wednesday is International Mountain Day. https://t.co/94OWBiHD9U #MountainsMatter

M. Perlik from @CDEunibe & @simra_eu is one of the co-authors of the #AlpineRefugees book. « Hosting migrants in mountain areas is a great opportunity both for the people and the territory »
#ReadingMountains

2
Load More...