The Economic Forum has been held for more than 20 years in Krynica (Poland) and it has become the most important meeting for economic and political decision makers of Central and East Europe. This meeting aims to develop collaboration among the countries.
CSS-Ebla is one of the partners of the 2015 edition and it organizes on September 10th 2015, the lesson “Creative Cities and Regions – How Will Creative Industries Affect Tourism?” which explains how to address all the synergies among creative sectors and tourism. This lecture is curated by Martha Friel and it is also attended by:
– Armando Peres, Chairman of the Toursim Committee, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Italy
– Maria Conception Garcia Gomez, Dean of Commerce and Tourism Department, Complutense University, Spain
– Bohus Hlavaty, President of the Board, Tatry Mountain Resorts a.s., Slovakia
– Monika Palatkova, Managing Director, CzechTourism, Czech Republic
– Giorgi Alibegashvili, Chairman, Tbilisi City Municipal Assembly, Georgia
– Richard Russell, Director, Policy & Research, Arts Council England, United Kingdom
– John Mulcahy, Head, Food Tourism, Hospitality Education, & Standards, Failte Ireland, the National Tourism Development Authority, Ireland