In just over a month’s time, the DTTT team will be travelling to the beautiful city of Oslo for the 4th event of #DTTTCampus, along with a carefully hand-selected line-up of DMOs from all over the world, and a variety of dedicated workshops exploring the most topical challenges and opportunities in the industry today.
So what can you expect from #DTTTCampus? In short, #DTTTCampus is a full exploration into the destination experience, with valuable insights on navigating the digital landscape and the ever-changing consumer behaviour of travellers today. Here’s why we think you should come to #DTTTCampus 2019 in Oslo.
1. To visit Oslo
Before we get into the event specifics, we wanted to start by sharing why we chose Oslo as our event host, and why we are super excited to bring #DTTTCampus to this city. Firstly, Oslo is the European Green Capital winner of 2019. This is thanks to its continual efforts in developing green initiatives and eco-conscious solutions throughout the city, establishing itself as the top sustainable destination in Europe. On top of generally being a really cool place to visit, Oslo’s ongoing developments meant it was the perfect place for #DTTTCampus, where the main focus is the future of a sustainable visitor economy.
2. To become the champions of your destination
Whether your expertise lies in product development, the latest tech trends or implementing future strategies, we have a varied selection of workshops on the latest and greatest initiatives in the destination space. Alongside innovative content creators and businesses, you not only ideate around your chosen topic, but fully immersive yourself into the whole process, learning how to implement it into your own destination with hands-on practices and experiences around the city.
3. To meet new DMOs
#DTTTCampus is exclusive to DMOs, and knowledge sharing is at the heart of this event. Hand-selected speakers and workshop hosts from around the world join us to share their insights and experiences on successes, challenges and everything that comes with developing a strong destination marketing strategy. It’s truly the perfect place to network, learn and chat to fellow destination marketers to gain a new perspective, get inspired or even just to share the story of your destination. Whether this is from the keynotes or mingling in the crowd with like-minded people, you will definitely take something positive back with you.
4. To implement your knowledge
One of the most exciting parts of attending talks and taking part in a workshop is that it equips you with new skills and tools to bring forward in your business. You have the opportunity to gain more expertise in your field and even grow on a personal level, and there is nothing more rewarding than coming back to your team with new ideas and strategies to help your organisation prosper sustainably.
5. To have fun
Once all the hard work is done, there will be plenty of time to relax, socialise and explore the beautiful city of Oslo. Our weekend programme has a host of enjoyable activities from exploring museums, to music festivals to a Blues cruise on the Oslo fjord. We have been working closely with VisitOSLO to make sure you have the best #DTTTCampus experience in Oslo, visiting the coolest spots, eating at the best restaurants and finding those hidden gems in this incredible city.
So if you haven't already, book your tickets now and bring your team to #DTTTCampus in Oslo.
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