2021-10-29 European Solidarity Centre

New Trends in Tourism

Get ready #NTT is back!

Learn. Discover. Be Inspired

#NTT #NTT21






The COVID-19 situation has seen rapid improvement in 2021. Thanks to vaccines and hygiene regulations, we can now see the proverbial “light at the end of the tunnel”. 

We are convinced that in the coming months we will see a return to the long-awaited normality, which means that we can all meet at the New Trends in Tourism 2021 conference. 

As is traditional, we would like to invite you to Gdansk, the capital of an agglomeration with about 1 million residents. The city of freedom. The city of Solidarity. A place with a fascinating and inspiring, though not always simple history. More than a thousand years old, Gdansk is the perfect setting in which to engage in discussion, learn and share experiences while enjoying the winds of positive change.

Another great thing about the conference is the venue – the European Solidarity Centre. This iconic and inspiring building is not only a symbol, but also an international forum for the exchange of ideas and building lasting relationships. 

This year marks the 11th anniversary of NTT, an event which draws more than 400 industry experts every year. The conference is awash with lectures, workshops and networking opportunities, and all the usual opportunities to implement the latest solutions and best ideas in the general field of tourism. Undoubtedly one of the greatest aspects of this international event is the involvement of renowned speakers and lecturers from across Europe. The upcoming edition is to feature such international experts as Rob Davidson, Eran Ketter, Doug Lansky and Nicolas Hall, which is why the main language of the NTT is English. Prominent Polish experts will be present as well, including Piotr Bucki, and Lukasz Wysocki. 

Poland’s most important tourism industry event is planned to take place in Gdansk on Friday, 29 October 2021. The NTT will be a hybrid event organised in the European Solidarity Centre. It will partially take place on-site, and partially online. More information coming soon. See you in October! 

 

New Trends in Tourism conference obliges all sanitary requirements. We are following the current situation and act accordingly by introducing necessary means of safety. Wellbeing and health of the participants is our top priority. We are convinced that COVID-19 pandemic will soon yield thanks to modern vaccines and social distancing. LET’STAY SAFE!
 

Health of customers is an absolute priority for the European Solidarity Center. Therefore, please read the rules for using the common areas. Each participant will also be required to complete an epidemic risk awareness and health statement.

About the place

European Solidarity Centre

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The European Solidarity Centre is a state-of-the-art cultural institution and an open city space in which people, values and ideas come together. ECS, opened in August 2014, is still a new building on the map of Gdańsk. It was built in the historic space of the Gdańsk Shipyard, where Solidarność was born in August 1980, to commemorate the Polish peaceful revolution which changed the face of entire Central and Eastern Europe. The ECS is today an icon of Gdańsk. The building's heart is a permanent exhibition to commemorate the Solidarity revolution and the downfall of communism in Europe; other features include an education centre, an R&D centre, archive, library and multimedia collection.

The European Solidarity Center is a cultural institution accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities.

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Saturday Gdansk tours

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Gdansk is a fascinating city with 1000 years of history. It would be a shame to be here and not to discover, sightsee and learn more. That’s why we have a certain proposition. Hope you like our study tours and become part of them!

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Maciej Kautz

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Łukasz Wysocki

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Doug Lansky

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Nicholas Hall

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Rob Davidson

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Mara Buta

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Manolis Psarros

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Tomasz Koralewski

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Krzysztof Raganowicz

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Robert Bęben

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Monika Dmitrzak

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Piotr Bucki

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Anna Dziadkiewicz

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Destination marketing
Management
Non-obvious marketing
Smart Cities
09:00
09:15
Welcome to New Trends in Tourism conference
Maciej Kautz
Łukasz Wysocki
It is already the 11th edition!
09:15
09:50
Tourism trends for 2022
PhD Eran Ketter
COVID-19 is an unprecedented event in modern tourism. Nevertheless, it is only a single event in a serious of fast-occurring changes that constantly re-shape global tourism. How will COVID-19 affect tourism demand and tourism destinations? 
What are the recent changes in travelers’ behavior, source markets, marketing strategies, digital platforms, and preference for tourism and hospitality experiences? Which actions should we take today to proactively meet the challenges and opportunities of tomorrow? Using academic research tools, the latest statistics and a close look-out on the tourism industry, Eran Ketter (PhD) presents a clear, engaging and inspiring view on global tourism trends. The tourism trends keynote is focused on the practical implications for business development, management and marketing, in a business arena where the cheese doesn't stop moving. 
09:50
10:25
Stop disturbing! How to create content people want to pay attention to.
Piotr Bucki
I hate it when marketing people waste my time. Filling it with obvious and cliché content deprived of any creativity. I hate it when marketing people waste my time. Filling it with obvious and cliché content deprived of any creativity.
I also hate it when instead of attracting my attention they bulldoze in interrupting me with displays, banners, facebook ads and digital crap with a capital C. I'm not alone. According to Edelman Brand Report most consumers feel this way. 56% of consumers thint „Marketers spend too much time looking for ways to force me to pay attention to their messages and not enough time thinking of ways to make me want to pay attention”. So it's high time to stop forcing our marketing upon customers and look for ways to engage them. And that is what I want to do - teach you how to engage not how to enforce. Are you with me?
11:05
11:35
Destination marketing for business tourism in a recovering world
Rob Davidson
This presentation will offer advice on how cities can market themselves to successfully attract meetings and conferences in the post-pandemic world. 
It will focus on the changing preferences of participants and the changing requirements of meeting planners and conference organisers, and will suggest how destination marketing organisations can best position and brand their cities to make them attractive to these stakeholders. The entire range of destination marketing tools and techniques will be covered, with an emphasis on how the use of these tools and techniques has evolved in the past 1.5 years, as destination marketing for business tourism has adapted to the new situation.
11:05
12:35
Workshop - Gearing up for restarting travel
PhD Eran Ketter
As vaccine rollout progresses, tourism businesses are required to gear up towards managing experiences, marketing and business development in the post-COVID19 era. 
In this new reality - Which market segments will be the most active? How tourism behavior will change? And, which value proposition should we develop and promote? The workshop will provide a hands-on understanding on the most critical tourism trends for 2022 and their practical implications for speedy bounce-back of tourism businesses. 
11:05
12:35
Workshop - Customer experience management around wellbeing tourism
Robert Bęben
Monika Dmitrzak
Anna Dziadkiewicz
The civilisation development and pandemics has given rise to new groups of tourists. In addition to excitement, entertainment and education of a new destination, they expect concrete actions from sustainable and conscious hosts. 
How to create an offer based on the principles of sustainable tourism, what is the concept of wellbeing and how to develop it while ensuring a unique guest experience are just some of the elements discussed in this workshop.
11:35
12:05
Modern marketing for modern travelers
Mara Buta
A new era of travel is rapidly emerging - one where competition for visitors’ hearts, minds and wallets is intensifying and the way people consume travel is changing. To adapt to this new environment, travel brands and tourism organizations must re-write the marketing playbook built on 3 strategies: 
  • Core: We’re entering an era where soul and values will be prized by visitors, so DMOs must take a deep look inside to (re)define their core and stand for something meaningful beyond just transactions.
  • Community: To nurture retention and loyalty, DMOs must be visitor-centric, create an open dialogue with their audience and build valuable customer communities.
  • Content: To drive growth, DMOs must create authentic digital and social-first content that holds value to visitors’ time and enriches their lives.
In this session we will look at some of the major shifts in marketing over the last year and a half and consider actionable strategies for how DMOs can reinvent the marketing playbook around core, community and content to drive meaningful sustained growth in the new era of travel. 
12:05
12:35
Why digitalisation matters?
Nicholas Hall
As an industry, we are all challenged right now. The unprecedented events of 2020 and 2021 have tested even the most resilient of businesses, so looking forward may seem difficult at times.
In this session, that is exactly what we are going to do, learning why we should be putting the needs of our customers at the centre of our strategy. Learn about some of the major shifts that took place through the pandemic and consider how to respond to them strategically as a customer driven business. Nick will share a range of principles in building or adapting business with human centred design, making your customers the driving force behind your business growth and considering their needs at every step of the customer journey - to ultimately gain that competitive edge.
13:25
14:55
Workshop - Communicate & Create Value
Piotr Bucki
Generic and redundant. Not memorable and deprived of emotion. That's exactly what you DO NOT want your communication to be. During the workshop I'll teach you a unique method based on approach, mindset and tools of great communication. 
You'll use it to bring value to the table, evoke emotions in website visitors and build a brand that is too good to be ignored. The price of creating content and communication that is bad is far more than not creating communication at all. So if you want to do it right, do it with my methods. Prepare for intense hours filled with hands on approach and mind bending.
13:25
13:55
Teamwork? That’s what it’s about!
Łukasz Wysocki
Tomasz Koralewski
Krzysztof Raganowicz
At the beginning there was … crisis. Our guests: Łukasz Wysocki and Krzysztof Raganowicz will tell us, how to use even really bad situations in difficult times and turn them into an exemplary cooperation, a well-functioning product and we’ll also learn how to reach the effect of synergy.
Our speakers will show us how a local campaign led to the creation of a nationwide product. A product that found recognition also beyond Polish borders.

The #CityWillWait initiative is a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Its originator was the Gdansk Tourism Organisation, which started the hashtag #GdanskWillWait. The purpose of the original initiative was to maintain interest in travel during the first lockdown in 2020, and to support the local tourist industry. The widespread media coverage of the project quickly resulted in other cities across Poland joining as well – so now a total of 13 cities work together under the influential hashtag, supporting each other through these difficult times.

Four Polish cities – Gdansk, Gizycko, Opole and Lublin – have joined forces and invited visitors to enjoy their greatest attractions. TripPass is a brand-new, innovative tourist card offering free entry and discount packages valid for several dozen attractions in the participating cities.
14:15
14:40
Panel discussion - Teamwork gets the job done.
Łukasz Wysocki
Tomasz Koralewski
Krzysztof Raganowicz
We all have our own products, but promoting them together can help us reach an even larger audience. We will consider the best methods of working together and answer the question as to why teamwork is so important, especially in a crisis.
15:00
15:30
Moving beyond sustainability: regenerative tourism from strategy to practice
Manolis Psarros
Covid-19 has dealt a blow to the global tourism industry, which came to a near standstill in 2020. Though we already know that the road to recovery is not straightforward, professionals and destination stakeholders
Covid-19 has dealt a blow to the global tourism industry, which came to a near standstill in 2020. Though we already know that the road to recovery is not straightforward, professionals and destination stakeholders have a unique opportunity to rethink the role of tourism and design solutions that will help us rebuild a better, healthier and more resilient industry. The keynote will set out the basics of Regenerative Tourism. A thorough review of theoretical concepts and practical implications will guide a discussion about a new model for tourism; a model that genuinely works to restore life and livelihoods through regeneration, rather than rumbling onwards in a way that does ‘less bad’.
15:30
16:15
Smart Tourism Management
Doug Lansky
If we want to make tourism "smart" we need to get our goals in order. Simply having more tourists than last year is not a recipe for long-term success. 
Instead, we need to figure out how to make tourism more sustainable, profitable and a better fit with the local way of life. That's a combination of policy and a tech solution that can make it happen. Doug Lansky will provide a glimpse of what this successful vision can look like. 
09:00
09:15
Welcome to New Trends in Tourism conference
Maciej Kautz
Łukasz Wysocki
It is already the 11th edition!
09:15
09:50
Tourism trends for 2022
PhD Eran Ketter
COVID-19 is an unprecedented event in modern tourism. Nevertheless, it is only a single event in a serious of fast-occurring changes that constantly re-shape global tourism. How will COVID-19 affect tourism demand and tourism destinations? 
What are the recent changes in travelers’ behavior, source markets, marketing strategies, digital platforms, and preference for tourism and hospitality experiences? Which actions should we take today to proactively meet the challenges and opportunities of tomorrow? Using academic research tools, the latest statistics and a close look-out on the tourism industry, Eran Ketter (PhD) presents a clear, engaging and inspiring view on global tourism trends. The tourism trends keynote is focused on the practical implications for business development, management and marketing, in a business arena where the cheese doesn't stop moving. 
09:50
10:25
Stop disturbing! How to create content people want to pay attention to.
Piotr Bucki
I hate it when marketing people waste my time. Filling it with obvious and cliché content deprived of any creativity. I hate it when marketing people waste my time. Filling it with obvious and cliché content deprived of any creativity.
I also hate it when instead of attracting my attention they bulldoze in interrupting me with displays, banners, facebook ads and digital crap with a capital C. I'm not alone. According to Edelman Brand Report most consumers feel this way. 56% of consumers thint „Marketers spend too much time looking for ways to force me to pay attention to their messages and not enough time thinking of ways to make me want to pay attention”. So it's high time to stop forcing our marketing upon customers and look for ways to engage them. And that is what I want to do - teach you how to engage not how to enforce. Are you with me?
11:05
11:35
Destination marketing for business tourism in a recovering world
Rob Davidson
This presentation will offer advice on how cities can market themselves to successfully attract meetings and conferences in the post-pandemic world. 
It will focus on the changing preferences of participants and the changing requirements of meeting planners and conference organisers, and will suggest how destination marketing organisations can best position and brand their cities to make them attractive to these stakeholders. The entire range of destination marketing tools and techniques will be covered, with an emphasis on how the use of these tools and techniques has evolved in the past 1.5 years, as destination marketing for business tourism has adapted to the new situation.
11:35
12:05
Modern marketing for modern travelers
Mara Buta
A new era of travel is rapidly emerging - one where competition for visitors’ hearts, minds and wallets is intensifying and the way people consume travel is changing. To adapt to this new environment, travel brands and tourism organizations must re-write the marketing playbook built on 3 strategies: 
  • Core: We’re entering an era where soul and values will be prized by visitors, so DMOs must take a deep look inside to (re)define their core and stand for something meaningful beyond just transactions.
  • Community: To nurture retention and loyalty, DMOs must be visitor-centric, create an open dialogue with their audience and build valuable customer communities.
  • Content: To drive growth, DMOs must create authentic digital and social-first content that holds value to visitors’ time and enriches their lives.
In this session we will look at some of the major shifts in marketing over the last year and a half and consider actionable strategies for how DMOs can reinvent the marketing playbook around core, community and content to drive meaningful sustained growth in the new era of travel. 
12:05
12:35
Why digitalisation matters?
Nicholas Hall
As an industry, we are all challenged right now. The unprecedented events of 2020 and 2021 have tested even the most resilient of businesses, so looking forward may seem difficult at times.
In this session, that is exactly what we are going to do, learning why we should be putting the needs of our customers at the centre of our strategy. Learn about some of the major shifts that took place through the pandemic and consider how to respond to them strategically as a customer driven business. Nick will share a range of principles in building or adapting business with human centred design, making your customers the driving force behind your business growth and considering their needs at every step of the customer journey - to ultimately gain that competitive edge.
13:25
13:55
Teamwork? That’s what it’s about!
Łukasz Wysocki
Tomasz Koralewski
Krzysztof Raganowicz
At the beginning there was … crisis. Our guests: Łukasz Wysocki and Krzysztof Raganowicz will tell us, how to use even really bad situations in difficult times and turn them into an exemplary cooperation, a well-functioning product and we’ll also learn how to reach the effect of synergy.
Our speakers will show us how a local campaign led to the creation of a nationwide product. A product that found recognition also beyond Polish borders.

The #CityWillWait initiative is a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Its originator was the Gdansk Tourism Organisation, which started the hashtag #GdanskWillWait. The purpose of the original initiative was to maintain interest in travel during the first lockdown in 2020, and to support the local tourist industry. The widespread media coverage of the project quickly resulted in other cities across Poland joining as well – so now a total of 13 cities work together under the influential hashtag, supporting each other through these difficult times.

Four Polish cities – Gdansk, Gizycko, Opole and Lublin – have joined forces and invited visitors to enjoy their greatest attractions. TripPass is a brand-new, innovative tourist card offering free entry and discount packages valid for several dozen attractions in the participating cities.
14:15
14:40
Panel discussion - Teamwork gets the job done.
Łukasz Wysocki
Tomasz Koralewski
Krzysztof Raganowicz
We all have our own products, but promoting them together can help us reach an even larger audience. We will consider the best methods of working together and answer the question as to why teamwork is so important, especially in a crisis.
15:00
15:30
Moving beyond sustainability: regenerative tourism from strategy to practice
Manolis Psarros
Covid-19 has dealt a blow to the global tourism industry, which came to a near standstill in 2020. Though we already know that the road to recovery is not straightforward, professionals and destination stakeholders
Covid-19 has dealt a blow to the global tourism industry, which came to a near standstill in 2020. Though we already know that the road to recovery is not straightforward, professionals and destination stakeholders have a unique opportunity to rethink the role of tourism and design solutions that will help us rebuild a better, healthier and more resilient industry. The keynote will set out the basics of Regenerative Tourism. A thorough review of theoretical concepts and practical implications will guide a discussion about a new model for tourism; a model that genuinely works to restore life and livelihoods through regeneration, rather than rumbling onwards in a way that does ‘less bad’.
15:30
16:15
Smart Tourism Management
Doug Lansky
If we want to make tourism "smart" we need to get our goals in order. Simply having more tourists than last year is not a recipe for long-term success. 
Instead, we need to figure out how to make tourism more sustainable, profitable and a better fit with the local way of life. That's a combination of policy and a tech solution that can make it happen. Doug Lansky will provide a glimpse of what this successful vision can look like. 
11:05
12:35
Workshop - Gearing up for restarting travel
PhD Eran Ketter
As vaccine rollout progresses, tourism businesses are required to gear up towards managing experiences, marketing and business development in the post-COVID19 era. 
In this new reality - Which market segments will be the most active? How tourism behavior will change? And, which value proposition should we develop and promote? The workshop will provide a hands-on understanding on the most critical tourism trends for 2022 and their practical implications for speedy bounce-back of tourism businesses. 
11:05
12:35
Workshop - Customer experience management around wellbeing tourism
Robert Bęben
Monika Dmitrzak
Anna Dziadkiewicz
The civilisation development and pandemics has given rise to new groups of tourists. In addition to excitement, entertainment and education of a new destination, they expect concrete actions from sustainable and conscious hosts. 
How to create an offer based on the principles of sustainable tourism, what is the concept of wellbeing and how to develop it while ensuring a unique guest experience are just some of the elements discussed in this workshop.
13:25
14:55
Workshop - Communicate & Create Value
Piotr Bucki
Generic and redundant. Not memorable and deprived of emotion. That's exactly what you DO NOT want your communication to be. During the workshop I'll teach you a unique method based on approach, mindset and tools of great communication. 
You'll use it to bring value to the table, evoke emotions in website visitors and build a brand that is too good to be ignored. The price of creating content and communication that is bad is far more than not creating communication at all. So if you want to do it right, do it with my methods. Prepare for intense hours filled with hands on approach and mind bending.
10:00
15:00
Visiting Museum of the Second World War with an Audioguide
Feel like completing you historical knowledge? If yes, we invite you to visit a Museum of the II World War. It boasts one of the biggest war dedicated displays in the world and all 20m underground! You will get a ticket and an audio guide set which will allow you to discover every corner of the venue. Więcej
Tours are ONLY for participants of the New Trends in Tourism conference. The number of places is limited, applicants will be handled on a first-come-first-service basis.

Tickets can be collected at the ticket office of the museum.

IMPORTANT! If you are unable to attend, please let us know. By freeing up your seat, you allow someone else to participate in the tour. Send a message to the e-mail address: register@newtrendsintourism.com

Meeting place: Museum of the Second World War - ticket office
Show location
10:00
12:00
Guided walking tour around Gdansk
If you haven’t had a chance to listen to stories about Gdansk and see its most famous sites, we invite you to join a 2 hours long walk. Our professional guide will share some fascinating stories and Gdansk’s legends with you. More
Tours are ONLY for participants of the New Trends in Tourism conference. The number of places is limited, applicants will be handled on a first-come-first-service basis.

IMPORTANT! If you are unable to attend, please let us know. By freeing up your seat, you allow someone else to participate in the tour. Send a message to the e-mail address: register@newtrendsintourism.com

Meeting place: Neptune's fountain
Show location
12:00
15:00
Gdansk Beer Trail in Wrzeszcz
During that trip we will take you to a historical district of Wrzeszcz where we’ll visit 3 breweries, including the legendary “Browar of Gdansk”. Brewing master will share some amazing facts and answer you questions. All while tasing exquisite drinks. Beer gadgets also provided 😊 More
We will visit three pubs:
Maverick
Nowy Browar Gdański
Browar Vrest
The bus will be provided.

Tours are ONLY for participants of the New Trends in Tourism conference. The number of places is limited, applicants will be handled on a first-come-first-service basis.

IMPORTANT! If you are unable to attend, please let us know. By freeing up your seat, you allow someone else to participate in the tour. Send a message to the e-mail address: register@newtrendsintourism.com

Meeting place: European Solidarity Centre - bus stop
 
Show location
13:45
14:45
River Cruise 
How about a cruise on a unique, wooden passenger vessel from 1975? You’ll get the chance to discover Gdansk from a brand new perspective. Don’t worry about weather too. The ship is ready for any conditions. A small, delicious treat on board included! More
Tours are ONLY for participants of the New Trends in Tourism conference. The number of places is limited, applicants will be handled on a first-come-first-service basis.

IMPORTANT! If you are unable to attend, please let us know. By freeing up your seat, you allow someone else to participate in the tour. Send a message to the e-mail address: register@newtrendsintourism.com

Meeting place: Targ Rybny - Water tram stop
Show location
12:00
15:00
Gdansk Beer Trail in Wrzeszcz
During that trip we will take you to a historical district of Wrzeszcz where we’ll visit 3 breweries, including the legendary “Browar of Gdansk”. Brewing master will share some amazing facts and answer you questions. All while tasing exquisite drinks. Beer gadgets also provided 😊 More
We will visit three pubs:
Maverick
Nowy Browar Gdański
Browar Vrest
The bus will be provided.

Tours are ONLY for participants of the New Trends in Tourism conference. The number of places is limited, applicants will be handled on a first-come-first-service basis.

IMPORTANT! If you are unable to attend, please let us know. By freeing up your seat, you allow someone else to participate in the tour. Send a message to the e-mail address: register@newtrendsintourism.com

Meeting place: European Solidarity Centre - bus stop
 
Show location
10:00
12:00
Guided walking tour around Gdansk
If you haven’t had a chance to listen to stories about Gdansk and see its most famous sites, we invite you to join a 2 hours long walk. Our professional guide will share some fascinating stories and Gdansk’s legends with you. More
Tours are ONLY for participants of the New Trends in Tourism conference. The number of places is limited, applicants will be handled on a first-come-first-service basis.

IMPORTANT! If you are unable to attend, please let us know. By freeing up your seat, you allow someone else to participate in the tour. Send a message to the e-mail address: register@newtrendsintourism.com

Meeting place: Neptune's fountain
Show location
10:00
15:00
Visiting Museum of the Second World War with an Audioguide
Feel like completing you historical knowledge? If yes, we invite you to visit a Museum of the II World War. It boasts one of the biggest war dedicated displays in the world and all 20m underground! You will get a ticket and an audio guide set which will allow you to discover every corner of the venue. Więcej
Tours are ONLY for participants of the New Trends in Tourism conference. The number of places is limited, applicants will be handled on a first-come-first-service basis.

Tickets can be collected at the ticket office of the museum.

IMPORTANT! If you are unable to attend, please let us know. By freeing up your seat, you allow someone else to participate in the tour. Send a message to the e-mail address: register@newtrendsintourism.com

Meeting place: Museum of the Second World War - ticket office
Show location
13:45
14:45
River Cruise 
How about a cruise on a unique, wooden passenger vessel from 1975? You’ll get the chance to discover Gdansk from a brand new perspective. Don’t worry about weather too. The ship is ready for any conditions. A small, delicious treat on board included! More
Tours are ONLY for participants of the New Trends in Tourism conference. The number of places is limited, applicants will be handled on a first-come-first-service basis.

IMPORTANT! If you are unable to attend, please let us know. By freeing up your seat, you allow someone else to participate in the tour. Send a message to the e-mail address: register@newtrendsintourism.com

Meeting place: Targ Rybny - Water tram stop
Show location

Previous speakers on their experiences

“I had a wonderful time. It was the nicest business trip I had in a long time. So thank you very much again for the perfect organization and making me feel so welcome in Gdansk.”

Mag. Andrea Kostner, Future Business & New Technologies Business Development & Strategic Partnership, WienTourismus
 
 
Mag. Andrea Kostner
“Many, many thanks for your wonderful hospitality and possibility to be a part of the marvelous conference with all the key representatives of the (tourism) industry. The conference was absolutely professional, the exchange and the dialogs very inspiring and informative.”

BURKHARD KIEKER
Chief Executive Officer of Berlin Tourismus & Kongress GmbH
 
BURKHARD KIEKER
“It was an impressive and very professional conference and it was fun to participate.”

PETER RÖMER HANSEN
excecutive advisor, strategist in international travel and tourism
 
 
PETER RÖMER HANSEN

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