The Tourism Institute and The Travel Foundation are joining forces to support the recovery of tourism in Southeast Europe

first_imgBy combining the expertise and previous experience of the partners, we will provide support to governments and businesses engaged in tourism in Croatia and other countries in the region, such as Albania, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, said doc. dr. sc. Damir Krešić, director of the Institute of Tourism, added: “We are very pleased to have the opportunity to support and contribute to the development and management of tourism in Southeast Europe. We look forward to successful future cooperation and the positive effects that this partnership will have on the local community, environment, natural and cultural resources of tourist destinations. ” Organizations will implement programs that may include: introducing or improving globally recognized sustainability standards, developing new key performance indicators, building smarter data management systems, evidence-based decision-making, and participatory planning involving a wide range of stakeholders in the destination to develop a joint program private and public sector to develop and manage the visitor economy. “We are extremely pleased to believe that this partnership will promote and encourage a better, more efficient and more sustainable recovery of tourism in South East Europe. The emphasis will be on measuring impact, educating local stakeholders, research, projects and technical support, which will provide good conditions for long-term creation of new value for local communities in which tourism takes place.Said Jeremy Sampson, director of The Travel Foundation. The Institute for Tourism and the international NGO The Travel Foundation have signed a Cooperation Agreement aimed at supporting the recovery of tourism following the COVID-19 pandemic and a long-term partnership on tourism development in Southeast Europe. The goal of the formed partnership is to maximize the value that tourism brings to local communities and destinations, while minimizing its negative impacts on the environment and natural resources. The partnership will contribute to the recovery of tourism based on science-based research, positive and negative impacts of tourism and will develop the capacity of destination management organizations, local and regional development agencies and micro and small enterprises, which will better respond to the crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. and a responsible way, all with the aim of faster tourist recovery. Photo: Christopher Willan, The Travel Foundation / Illustration: HrTurizam.hrlast_img

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