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The Tourism Society Symposium 2019
THE TOURISM SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM 2019
September 23-24, 2019
This year’s symposium will examine tourism product innovation and destination management in the public and private sectors with case-studies from diverse destinations and perspectives from policymakers informing every session. Topics will include transport strategy, urban design, public value ...

Tourism Symposium 2019
TOURISM SYMPOSIUM 2019
September 23-24, 2019
This year’s symposium will examine tourism product innovation and destination management in the public and private sectors with case studies from diverse destinations and perspectives from policymakers informing every session. Topics will include transport strategy, urban design, public value ...

APT Travel Group

The APT Travel Group has a long and proud history. From humble beginnings that date back to 1927, the APT Travel Group today 90 years on is a global business with an extensive portfolio of touring and cruising brands.

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EVENTS

Tourism Symposium 2019
TOURISM SYMPOSIUM 2019
September 23-24, 2019
This year’s symposium will examine tourism product innovation and destination management in the public and private sectors with case studies from diverse destinations and perspectives from policymakers informing every session. Topics will include transport strategy, urban design, public value ...

The Tourism Society Symposium 2019
THE TOURISM SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM 2019
September 23-24, 2019
This year’s symposium will examine tourism product innovation and destination management in the public and private sectors with case-studies from diverse destinations and perspectives from policymakers informing every session. Topics will include transport strategy, urban design, public value ...