Global Megatrends Shaping the Consumer Markets - Thursday 21 June
Present by WTTC and Euromonitor International, this webinar will review the key megatrends that Euromonitor International has identified in 2018, including Experience More, Shifting Market Frontiers, Healthy Living, Shopping Reinvented, Middle Class Retreat, Ethical Living, Premiumisation and Connected Consumers. We will also take a deep dive into the Experience More megatrend to see how this manifests itself in the travel industry and beyond; and how brands can capitalise on these opportunities.
Date: Thursday 21 June 2018
Time: 2:00PM - 3:00PM BST
What Do Today’s Trends Imply for Tomorrow’s Travel & Tourism Leaders? - Thursday 12 July
Spencer Stuart’s global Hospitality & Leisure Practice recently published a research paper, Travel 2025: How Digital Transformation and Global Growth Are Redefining Leadership Roles. In this report, Spencer Stuart looks at the rapid growth of digital technologies and technology-driven business models, the impact of this on the travel & tourism industry, and the implications for future leaders. This timely webinar will go into these themes in greater detail.
Date: Thursday 12 July 2018
Time: 3:00PM - 4:00PM BST
Valuing Nature: Mapping the Ocean's Wealth
New data provided by The Nature Conservancy reveals the economic value to the Travel & Tourism sector of coral reefs stands at a staggering $36 billion a year. Coral reefs not only attract tourists interested in scuba diving, snorkelling and boat trips, they also protect beaches from erosion and provide the tourist appeal of beautiful sandy beaches and iconic views. In this 1-hour webinar, Dr. Mark Spalding, Senior Marine Scientist at The Nature Conservancy, will present the methodology behind the innovative research, provide an economic argument for other reasons to value nature and discuss what tourism can do for nature.
Results of the Global Terrorism Index 2016
The first web seminar from the "Just the Facts" series was produced in partnership with the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP). Daniel Hyslop, Research Director of the IEP, presents the key findings from the Global Terrorism Index 2016. The Global Terrorism Index is the world’s leading metric for policymakers, assisting in their efforts to track, understand and measure the impact and underlying drivers of terrorism. This year's report explores the economic impact of terrorism on global and national economies, and provides a comprehensive overview of the current terrorist threat, exploring the impact of ISIS, Boko Haram and other non-state terrorist organisations.
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