8TH EDITION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL TOURISM FELLOWSHIP
will be Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019, the city that this year will host the eighth edition of the International Exchange of Cultural Tourism.
The B2B event, promoted and organized by Mirabilia Network, will take place on 18 and 19 November 2019.
An event that represents an important business opportunity, where are the protagonists of the sector (tour operators, travel agencies, hoteliers, incoming agencies) and the foreign buyers (incoming operators, decision managers, luxury travel buyers) from EU countries, USA, Japan and China.
Tourism in comparison: solutions and priorities in the Round Table “Innovating to win the world”
12 June, 11.00 am, Aula Adrianea, Horti Sallustiani, headquarters of Unioncamere
(Piazza Sallustio, 21 — Rome)
On June 12th, among the speakers of the round table “Innovate to win the world”, there will also be the president of Mirabilia Network, Angelo Tortorelli.
Speakers at the event Roberto di Vincenzo, President Isnart, Rodolfo Baggio, Master in Economics of Tourism — Bocconi University, Elisa Morsicani, CEO of Italian Lifestyle, Mauro Febbo, Coordinator Councillors for Tourism of the Regions and Giorgio Palmucci, President of Enit.
The occasion is the event “Imprese>Tourism” scheduled from 11.00 am in the Aula Adrianea Horti Sallustiani of Unioncamere in Rome.Moderate the debate will be the well-known journalist Daniela Vergara.
President Tortorelli will present to the audience the pluses of the national association Mirabilia Network, an innovative network that links historical, cultural, environmental 'jewels', places recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, those less known by the national and international public.An example, that of Mirabilia Network, of a sustainable tourism in the perspective of enhancement and promotion of another Italy, the lesser known, precisely, suggestive and fascinating and, in as such, worthy of being discovered.
To open the event, at 10.00 am there will be the President of Unioncamere Carlo Sangalli and the Minister for Agricultural Policy, Food, Forestry and Tourism, Gianmarco Centenaio.