How to increase the uptake of ICTs by rural and mountain tourism operators?

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Date(s) - 02 Oct 2013
9 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min

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How to increase the uptake of ICTs by rural and mountain tourism operators?


DANTE project mid-term conference

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The INTERREG IVC partnership DANTE “Digital Agenda for New Tourism Approaches in European rural and mountain territories” will organise the project mid-term conference on 2nd October 2013 from 9.00 to 16.00, in Turin, Italy.

Objectives

  • To present the project’s results: collected good practices, pilot web platform assembling the main interesting functions identified
  • To put these results in perspective with on one side the state of tourism frequentation on the field, on the other side European policies currently being implemented
  • To reflect on regional strategies bringing closer digital agendas and tourism policies for an improved development of rural and mountain tourism

Programme, practical information and registration

Visit the event page on DANTE website (registration until 26th September 2013).

Place

Province of Turin, Corso Inghilterra 7, Turin, Italie

More info on DANTE

Join DANTE on the web: on its website and on facebook.

We look forward to seeing you in Turin!
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