Ourense this year becomes the venue for the Annual Meetings of the Tourism Cluster of Galicia, an initiative with which the CTG seeks to deepen the knowledge of Galicia as a tourist destination and serve as a meeting point for the entire sector involved in improving the Competitive position of Galicia in the global tourist market. The event will take place on April 27 in a unique day that will take place in two locations: the Main Theater for the morning and the Cultural Center Marcos Valcárcel, for the afternoon round tables.
In this new edition, the III Cluster Tourism of Galicia Meeting was born under the title #Estrategia 2020 and is that, following the recent approval of the new Tourism Strategy of Galicia 2020 that marks the roadmap of the sector for the next four years, the Day will aim to provide an overview of current trends and outline the future direction for the sector in Galicia under the criteria outlined in the strategic plan approved by the Xunta last month.
Thermal and gastronomy, sports and tourism, innvación and new technologies The third edition of the Clúster Turismo de Galicia Meeting will address the synergies that the tourism sector can develop with other events of a cultural, sporting or gastronomic and wines, which will count on the presence of outstanding speakers related to tourism marketing, sports tourism, food and gastronomy, and how could not be otherwise held the meeting in the city of Burgas, linked to health spa and health tourism. There will also be space for the colloquium, round tables and networking in which will also be present responsible for important international groups in the sector of intermediation, new technologies or collaborative tourism such as Amadeus, IBM, Pangea, AirBnB …
Organized in collaboration with the Diputación de Ourense, the Meeting is aimed at professionals from the tourism sector, and the entire value chain that forms the tourist sector in Galicia with the aim of creating synergies and working together in favor of Destino Galicia. Participation in this meeting is free and free, prior registration to complete capacity. The full program and registration deadline will open next week.