The conference #Turismo2020 will feature two presentations by Fernando Puelles, head of the Business Travel area of Amadeus Spain, who will offer information on the profile of new tourist profiles and Chus Bueno, which will deepen the tourism-sport binomial. In addition, three roundtables will be opened to discuss different aspects of great interest for the Galician tourist entrepreneur, who will be offered information and news that will allow him to know the changes that the sector is experiencing, as well as the competitive position in which Finds Galicia with respect to other territories of Spain.
The first of the round tables, moderated by the manager of Expourense, Alejandro Rubín, will revolve around the opportunities and challenges posed by the commercialization of the tourist and thermal tourism offer of Ourense, with speakers such as Amaia López de Heredia ( Basque Culinary Center), Carles Martín (Nextel) and Franco Tono (Globaldit).
The second of the tables, moderated by the manager of INORDE, José Manuel Rodríguez, will deepen the sport theme with contributions from experts such as Javier Guillén (Unipublic- Vuelta Ciclista a España), Carles Cantó (SPSG Consulting) and Patricio Sánchez Of Vigo). The last of the round tables will address the technological changes that the sector has experienced in recent years and the new developments in the 2020 horizon. Moderated by the expert in innovation and new technologies, Enrique Lancis, the table will include the participation of Alicia Jódar, Director of Marketing of Pangea; Elisa Martín, director of innovation at IBM and Sergio Vinay, responsible for public policies of the AirBnB platform for Spain and Portugal, which will also allow us to address the changes introduced by the collaborative economy.
The appointment will be this Thursday, April 27 at the Centro Cultural Marcos Valcárcel and the registration is free and free until the capacity is completed. The Meeting has the support of both Galicia Tourism and Ourense Provincial Council to deepen Galicia as a tourist destination and improve Galicia’s competitive position in the global tourism market.