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  • Industry Leaders Discuss How to Re-Energise Tourism to Europe Structural and legal handicaps, insufficient promotional funds and increasing competition threaten Europe’s position as no. 1 tourist destination Read more
  • European Tourism amid the Crimea Crisis New ETC Report ETC is pleased to announce the publication of the report "European Tourism amid the Crimea Crisis". The publication provides an analysis of recent developments in Russian outbound travel to ETC destinations, and of challenges ahead for the developments of this market. Read more
  • Marketing Strategies for Tourism Destinations - A Competitive Analysis Target Market: USA This is the fourth of a series of six reports providing insights into the strategic vision and the operational actions tourism destinations worldwide are developing to attract visitors. This project has been carried out within the framework of the ETC-EC ‘Destination Europe 2020’ initiative. Read more
  • Call for Proposal - European Commission Enterprise and Industry Facilitating EU transnational tourism flows for seniors and young people in the low and medium seasons The main aim of this call is to strengthen competitiveness of the European tourism sector by encouraging the extension of the tourism season and by increasing internal mobility of seniors and young people. Read more
  • ETC Snapshots - Travel Segments Senior Travellers Formerly a niche segment, senior travellers have become increasingly significant for tourism destinations. This is particularly the case in Europe, where the share of the elderly, people aged 60 years and older, reached 24% of the population in 2013. Alongside opportunities, new challenges arise to attract and delight a segment with distinctive needs. Read more
  • Switzerland Tourism's “Time” is the best European tourism film The winner of the first ETC Film Awards was announced at an exclusive ceremony held in the famous Bran Castle in Romania. The Swiss film was selected from among all country members of the ETC. Read more
  • Marketing Strategies for Tourism Destinations - A Competitive Analysis Target Market: Japan This is the third of a series of six reports providing insights into the strategic vision and the operational actions tourism destinations worldwide are developing to attract visitors. This project has been carried out within the framework of the ETC-EC ‘Destination Europe 2020’ initiative. Read more
  • ETC has published a new edition of its ETC Bulletin (September - December 2014) News from the European Travel Commission Find out more about ETC's current research and marketing activities and its member organisations and colleagues from the world of international tourism in the new edition of the Bulletin. Read more
  • Marketing Strategies for Tourism Destinations - A Competitive Analysis Target Market: Brazil This is the second of a series of six reports providing insights into the strategic vision and the operational actions tourism destinations worldwide are developing to attract visitors. This project has been carried out within the framework of the ETC-EC ‘Destination Europe 2020’ initiative. Read more
  • Marketing Strategies for Tourism Destinations - A Competitive Analysis Target Market: China This is the first of a series of six reports providing insights into the strategic vision and the operational actions tourism destinations worldwide are developing to attract visitors. This project has been carried out within the framework of the ETC-EC ‘Destination Europe 2020’ initiative. Read more
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