Collaboration

Creating the trans-national cultural tourism strategy of the future

Is collaboration the key to recovery, and in the even longer-term, to being a good global citizen? We spoke to Ivan Eskildsen, Minister of Tourism for Panama, to understand how their new strategy connects tourism with conservation and how Panama is planning to work with their neighbours to create a cohesive cultural heritage strategy.

label_outline Sustainability Cultural Heritage Tourism Destination Marketing Collaboration

Resilience and flexibility: How Visit Florida built wellbeing into remote working

We’re facing one of the greatest global health challenges of the last one hundred years – but how can we promote social and mental wellbeing during a year of uncertainty? We spoke to Dana Young, CEO and President at Visit Florida, to understand how lessons learned from their continued fight for survival allowed the organisation not only to thrive during the pandemic, but to support the wellbeing of their employees throughout the stress of the last six months.

label_outline Data Collaboration Funding Crisis Management Tourism

Diversity, talent attraction, and the Pittsburgh Passport

Pittsburgh is revolutionising their talent attraction strategy – and having the hard conversations about racism and inequality. Alison Treaster, Senior Director of Talent, at the Allegheny Conference on Community Development, shared how the Pittsburgh Passport initiative is connecting to talented individuals around the world and helping the region move towards a more equitable future.

label_outline Reputation Collaboration Talent Attraction Private Sector

The state of Denmark

Most of Denmark’s business regions have developed independent branding strategies to attract (the same) group of international companies and talent – and in the end, this is a zero-sum game with more losers than winners. To counter this, a new strategic branding adventure was embarked upon to support the ability of all of Denmark to attract international talent and companies.

label_outline Place Branding Talent Attraction Collaboration

From Day Zero to COVID-19: how collaboration is key to the Western Cape's crisis and recovery management

In late 2017, Cape Town announced that the city was facing ‘Day Zero’ – or the day when Cape Town would become the first major world city to have to turn off the taps. We reached out to Tim Harris, CEO at Wesgro, the trade and tourism promotion body for the Western Cape, to discover how the region is responding to the pandemic and to understand how their experience of the drought has influenced their response to COVID-19.

label_outline Tourism Crisis Management Economic Development Collaboration
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