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Tourism: a driver for economic growth

20 September @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

For 2017, the World Travel and Tourism Council predicts a 3.8% rise in direct contribution of travel and tourism, which will greatly contribute to the world’s economy. With such a positive forecast of global levels increasing across main economic indicators of GDP contribution, job creation, investments and visitor exports will continue to benefit. The positive correlation relationship between tourism and economic growth for both developing and developed countries is evident but the sector still faces many challenges that could threaten future growth. Our four panellists will also examine how the industry must adapt to changing demographics, disruptive technologies and growing instability in certain regions.

This workshop will discuss:

  • tourism as a business tool for economic development
  • sustainable development strategies, particularly in developing economies
  • how tourism can help attract investments and raise global trade levels
  • the sector’s response to the aspirations and expectations of a connected and global mobile demographic
  • Panama case study
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Event details

Date of the event: 20 September, 2017

Starting at: 14:30

Ending at: 16:00

Session's organiser(s): 10WCC

Location: International Convention Centre Sydney -

Speaker details

Speakers:
- Lokuhetty Anura
- Lawless Gerald
- Sandra Chipchase

Speakers

This #10WCC, as the similar Congresses before us, we will be honoured to present several keynote speakers who have been gracious enough to attend the Congress and share their expertise with our participants. Stay tuned as more speakers confirm!

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