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February 2016

We hope 2016 has started well for you. Following the successful B2B workshop Britain and Ireland Marketplace in January we now look forward to February’s Hoteliers European Marketplace in Paris. The ETOA team is on the road attending shows from Madrid to Istanbul and forthcoming trade shows from Berlin to Moscow. Arrange to meet with us today.


                                               
 
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Beautiful enters its second sensational year!


BEAUTIFUL: The Carole King Musical
celebrates its first birthday in London’s West End this month. The Tony, Olivier and Grammy award winner has been delighting audiences at London’s Aldwyth Theatre and is currently booking until October 2016.

Carole King, the chart-topping music legend, was an ordinary girl with an extraordinary talent. She fought her way into the record industry as a teenager and sold her first hit, Will You Love Me Tomorrow, when she was just seventeen. By the time she was twenty she was writing number ones for the biggest acts in rock ‘n’ roll, including the Drifters, the Shirelles, Aretha Franklin and the Monkees. But her greatest challenge was to find her own voice and finally step into the spotlight.

BEAUTIFUL is the untold story of her journey from school girl to superstar; from her relationship with husband and song-writing partner Gerry Goffin, their close friendship and playful rivalry with fellow song-writing duo Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, to her remarkable rise to stardom. 

Along the way, she became one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history, and wrote the soundtrack to a generation, with countless classics such as You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman, Take Good Care of my Baby, You’ve Got a Friend, So Far Away, It Might As Well Rain Until September, Up on the Roof, and Locomotion. 

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Dear Members,

We are very proud about our partnership with the Digital Tourism Think Tank in 2016 and we are pleased to invite you to the Digital Tourism Content Campus, a tourism event like no other before, hosted in the "Unspoilt, Unexpected, Unbelievable” Faroe Islands on the 1st & 2nd of March.

The Content Campus is designed to be a total immersion in content, creativity and most importantly hands-on learning. 

Over two days you will be able to hear from engaging and inspiring keynote speakers, such as William Price, Tine Thygensen and many more. In addition, we are bringing something really exciting: a series of workshops in which you'll have the opportunity not only to learn from industry leaders, like Nick Norton from Google and Jay Kingsley Brooks from Tumblr, but also to get hands-on producing engaging content. 

Everything you need to know about #DTCC2016 is available online, including the full programme and speakers.

As an ETOA member, you are entitled to 15% discount on the ticket price. Don't miss out and register your attendance now.

We're really looking forward to seeing all ETOA Members in the Faroe Islands for this exciting flagship event.

Kind Regards,

Roberta Esposito 

GCP Digital Marketing

Digital Tourism Think Tank

Telephone: +44 20 7193 1003  ext. 4

Website: http://www.thinkdigital.travel




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Hospitality Tech Showcase at TTE 2016 - Get the tools to drive revenue and improve the guest experience 

Travel Technology Europe introduces Hospitality Tech Showcase 

Hospitality businesses can find out how to gain a competitive edge by discovering the latest technological developments at Hospitality Tech Showcase at TTE 2016, taking place at London Olympia on 24-25 February 2016.

A series of dedicated conference sessions over two days will demonstrate how hoteliers and B&B owners can realise their business potential. Round tables, keynote speakers and expert advisors will focus on how to drive revenue generation and to turn first-time guests into loyal customers through the very latest tools dedicated to guest experience, operational management, driving web traffic and conversions and more.

With up to 40 exhibitors specialising in distribution, hotel, in-room and marketing technology for the accommodation sector, hospitality professionals can source new technology suppliers, update their knowledge and network with peers. Exhibitors include Infor Hospitality, Crave Interactive, XN Protel Systems, Travel Tripper and Sky and more.

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WHAT'S ON?

   
Online, offline – who cares? 

 
As the European Partner for Travel Technology Europe, ETOA will be at the show. We hope to see you at our stand, T70, or at our seminar on Thursday 25th February, 11.30am-12.30pm. We will be in the Disrupt channel. Our themes this year is “Online, offline – who cares?”

The modern traveller expects a seamless service, whatever platform they use. What is on the horizon that will allow the online and offline worlds to be virtually indistinguishable? The ETOA panel will discuss new disruptions that will change our ability to move between the two, both as businesses and travellers. 

Speakers:  
• Julie Cheneau, Director Market Management, Expedia Lodging Partner Services
• Jim Horbury, Head of Business Intelligence, Accord
• Kevin O-Sullivan, CEO, Open Destinations

Moderator: 

• Rachel Read, Head of Digital Trading, ETOA

We are delighted to have access to such expertise from within the ETOA membership, and hope to see many of you there on the day. There is no need to register separately for our seminar, your TTE badge will give you access. 

If you have any queries about attending the show or our seminar, please email Rachel Read at rreead@etoa.org
 


 

   
During the year ETOA attends a number of trade shows across Europe and our participation regularly includes seminars on a variety of topics. Early 2016 is no different with slots on direct bookings, experiential travel and what makes a destination traveller friendly featuring at ITB in Berlin, BTTS in Birmingham and MITT in Moscow. This last topic brings up the question of the relationship between tourism and cities, one that we have covered on several occasions in recent years. ETOA is now an active partner in a project looking at visitor pressure run by CELTH (Centre for Excellence in Leisure, Tourism and Hospitality) in conjunction with the cities of Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Copenhagen, Lisbon and Munich. It is in all of our interests to make sure visitor economies continue to thrive, so watch this space for updates.  


 


ETOA’s Tour Guide ID scheme, which provides IDs for guides 
 working for our members, is now open for 2016/17 registration.
Apply here

 





ETOA Research
Europe’s emerging visitor economies
While a large proportion of visitor growth to Europe has been in the direction of the major country destinations, the last decade has seen the rapid growth of several smaller emergent tourism economies around the Balkans, Baltic States and central Europe. It reflects both the commitment being made by national governments to tourism as a generator of economic wealth and jobs, as well as the investment in developing tourism infrastructure.
 

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