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The Swisstainable Veggie Day promoted Swiss cuisine and encouraged chefs to source local produce and better serve the needs of vegetarian travellers
In this case study, we will explore the digital user experience on this website through different lenses - design, strategy and functionality.
The Dream Tapestry experience is powered by DALL·E, an AI model that takes the text and turns it into images - that never existed before.
Marketing Oost recently developed an amazing domestic campaign around binge-watching.
Visit Jersey has recently gone through a significant digital transformation with the redesign of their website.
'Here is SG' represents Singapore's tourism strategy and it has increased brand preference for the Passion Made Possible (PMP) Brand.
To succeed in such a competitive environment as digital, it is critical to remain true and at the same time be excellent when executing.
What is remarkable is the way the restaurants appeal not only to vegans but to everyone who likes good food.
Hoor Alkhaja, Associate Vice President at Dubai Tourism, joined us at #DTTTGlobal 2018. You can watch the full talk below:
Technology can play a key role in creating immersive experiences, by pushing people's senses to the limit.
Arts and culture have become digital and destinations must understand how these changes can be turned into opportunities to attract visitors.
Art has no borders - with digital, artwork becomes global. This turns art into a key element of destination marketing.
Creativity is the most relevant determinant of ROI - it's key to understand how can destinations leverage creativity when creating their campaigns.
It is key to involve everyone in the process - share with everyone and spread smart tourism impact to neighbourhoods.
The speakers agree that destinations still don't see the value in destination certification.
All agree that in a few years all destination websites will have different roles - even if all have made huge investments in these platforms.
There are 4.7 billion active social media users, so if only half of those post just once that's still 2.35 billion pieces of user-generated content.
If we want to consider the wider shift in tourism, we need to look deeper into how people are travelling, living and working today.
Based on the book "Journey to Portugal" written by Saramago, the places described by Saramago, the landscapes and the communities, were revisited.
Features like workspace availability are critical so remote workers can continue to work whilst travelling.
Data Hub allows Finnish travel companies to register and add marketing content reallocated to their company, services and products.
As startups, working to achieve the SDGs is truly something that they recognise is a direction they have to work towards.
Katarina believes this new role of DMOs is as the mediators as well as the hub for knowledge and the one who initiates innovation.
NEOM will be more than a destination - people will live there. Their vision is to create a destination that is net-positive.
The shift from a Management Organisation to a Social Enterprise was a successful transformation.
The co-lab initiative can become a clear catalyst for change, but it will never be a model that can be replicated everywhere.
Communities can teach us a lot, taking time to learn from others whether it's the LGBTQI+ community or indigenous communities.
The risk of the negative narrative on social is that companies simply do nothing out of fear of acting out of step or will face criticism.
With the right insights on destination wellbeing, destinations can use their funding and marketing activities to address weakness at a product level.
Falling in love with Milano was the key thinking behind the campaign concept, which started with the message "it could be just for a date".
Understand what sits at the heart of the success of these three impressive women.
Sweeply is not only trying to improve efficiency and productivity but also ensuring that this improvement finds its way back to service excellence.
The Learning and Development pillar of INSETE organises and delivers educational actions to support, promote and enhance capabilities.
YouGov's data is all about having connected data that allows marketers to explore, plan, activate and track.
Olaf Schlieper starts by building on his long experience in tourism and how today it has arrived at the Metaverse.
Why is user experience (UX) important for destination websites? For Slovenia, the main aim of the website is awareness.
Lottie starts out by explaining that working in the sexy and innovative realm of voice marketing has been a journey, not a sprint.
Helen Berg, CEO of the Smålands Turism, shares how they created this app and which were the main challenges during the development process.
Nicholas ran a workshop where he presented a massive digital canvas full of insights on the ever-changing consumer mindset and ideas.
Lucho explained their journey to become a smart destination with five pillars: Innovation, Technology, Sustainability, Governance and Accessibility.
Tim joined to discuss the rausgegangen.de platform, a website for people to find events and activities.
Viktor and Wiebke joined us for a fireside chat on immersive city guides and opportunities to unlock destination potentials for travellers.
Florian began by explaining that AI for computers is similar to a child learning a new language and speaking.
The panellists share their digitalisation journeys and provide a synopsis of their projects in different sectors.
Adriana and Olivér joined us for a fireside chat sharing their perspectives on circular destination experiences and sustainability initiatives.
Tiago and Sveinn joined us to discuss their views on digitalisation and Artificial Intelligence frameworks, connecting and understanding travellers.
On day 3, Josefine and Tirsa discussed Design Thinking initiatives and projects for sustainability.
Johannes and Nadia joined us for a panel discussion on gamification opportunities in destination strategy.
Sven and Camillo joined us to discuss the various sparks of AR and XR for new approaches in Tourism and Travel.
In this session, Rajneesh and Ondrej provided us with insights on the technology, its prospects and its advantages.
Daniel Ferrer, CEO of eXplorins joined us for a fireside chat on Tourism 4.0 and emerging digital solutions in tourism and travel.
Jonas Rothe, Founder and CEO of TimeRide, joined us at X Design Week for a fireside chat on re-experiencing history with VR time travels.
Following a panel discussion on urban experiences, we were joined by Stefan Liehr and Markus Scholz from Modularfield Records.
In this panel discussion, we hear how pop-up and urban experiences, creativity and innovation could have a transformative impact on the destination.
Nadia Aniff, Head of Marketing at Cape Town tourism, joined us at X Design Week, introducing the 'Find Your Freedom' campaign.
Carolina, the DMO Coordinator at Azores Regional Government, delivered the first DMO talk at X Design Week on the topic of sustainable tourism.
Slovenia is green, Slovenia acts green, Slovenia promotes green.
Sustainability has become one of the most important topics of conversation today, largely highlighted by the rise of overtourism.
Influencer marketing has continued to evolve since the discovery of social media influencers becoming a significantly successful tool.
Augmented reality takes content to another level, adding a whole new layer to the user experience in a variety of different ways.
We speak with Daniel Bury and Teboho Mahlatsi on how they achieve the best experiences for their films.
Contiki and Visit Scotland joined us to discuss the challenges of communicating a largely intangible product.
Visit Norway joined us to share insights on how the DMO completely restructured its processes to centralise marketing efforts and story creation.
Kevin Wright, Vice President of Global Marketing at Travel Oregon, travelled all the way to Oslo to kick things off on Day 1 of #DTTTCampus.
Switzerland Tourism created a fantastic example of a destination website that has been thoughtfully crafted to create something completely immersive.
Recent developments in AI and Machine Learning show us where technology is heading at both consumer and enterprise level.
Being such a big destination, the USA does not lack awareness, however, it does have its other challenges.
In 2020, the Austrian city of Vienna will be celebrating the 250th birthday of the legendary composer, Beethoven.
For this talk, we were joined by an interesting line-up of panellists discussing how data can help to create smart digital-first destinations.
For Visit Valsugana, sustainability is a very important issue but initially, the DMO needed to find a way to effectively manage and develop it.
Visit Finland is taking leadership on sustainability on a national level, enabling an entire country to move towards its sustainability goals.
Visit Faroe Islands has been widely cited within the industry as a destination who is leading the way with bold marketing campaigns.
For the Netherlands, it is estimated that domestic and international visitors will grow from 42 million in 2017 to 60 million in 2030.
Visit Austurland has been developing its story through co-creation and a strong community-based approach.
Rachel opens up by explaining that in the year up to the pandemic, Visit Philadelphia had just celebrated the tenth consecutive year of growth.
The discussion focused on brand, digital, content and key learnings of the process.
Vancouver Island and CrowdRiff have been working together to discuss how to encourage more UGC as part of your social strategy.
The case study discusses how WeGoEu efficiently connects Chinese travellers with European destinations.
South Africa’s digital strategy mainly focuses on four key areas in terms of what the National Tourist Board is working on.
The case study discusses the digital marketing strategy of Lapland to attract foreign tourists from selected target markets.
The case study discussed the impact of the 'Stopover Buddy' initiative by Icelandair on the brand, organisation, and overall growth of the airline.
The talk discusses the holistic approach of Visit Greenland that includes building closer working relationships with everyone involved.
The Hague's Bloggers House has a unique approach to hosting bloggers: facilitating the best possible stay, & working with them to deliver content.
This case study shares the insights from the strategy of Visit California for creating valuable content.
The case study discussed the strategy of Destination Uppsala that adopted a behavioural segmentation based on consumers' decision-making process.tre
Helsinki Marketing has given itself as a destination a new purpose, adding value to the citywide development, helping Helsinki to thrive and innovate.
The case study discusses the digital transformation journey of Geneva Tourism as a key driver for the future growth of the organisation.
Space Nation has set out to make galactic space travel an attainable and accessible experience for everyone.
Singapore’s marketing strategy aims at inspiring consumers before and after their arrival at the destination.
Geneva Tourism strategy has a strong data-driven foundation utilising visitor insights & content engagement to optimise key objectives & performance.
The case study discusses the initiative of Montreux Riviera Tourism to tap into the growing demand for truly local and authentic experiences.
The case study discusses the DMO journey of Dolomiti Paganella with the application of the St. Gallen Model for Destination Management.
The case study explores how Puerto Rico managed a crisis and rebuilt the brand, giving visitors a reason to return.
Val di Sole developed a sustainable mobility project that involved all the stakeholders of the destination to solve the challenge of overtourism.
The case study discusses a campaign by LAAX , a ski resort in Switzerland that redefined the visitor experience in nature through technology.
'Design Thinking', a creative and highly collaborative process used to visualise ideas, identify challenges, craft solutions & ultimately drive growth
The case study discusses how San Diego's marketing activities have grown & evolved significantly over the last 10 years.
The St. Gallen Model for Destination Management (SGDM) brings a fresh perspective with no boundaries for destinations.
The case study discusses ProColombia's award-winning campaign ‘Colombia, Siente el Ritmo' & how music tourism can be a catalyst for destinations.