onlne sesion is here https://hangouts.google.com/group/WyuKOXQ8ucY10inH2
The Online session will be an open conversation on the subject of your paper, on Hangout using firstname.lastname@example.org.
The presentation will be posted on the conference website at http://conference.tourism-geography.eu/online
Authors must be online in the scheduled period to answer to the questions.
The authors are kindly ask to send a PowerPoint presentation in .ppt/.pptx format, at email@example.com until October 5, 2017. (follow this trial, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bH6YitEvxwM) – optional
Hangout it is a part of google account.You can connect with the google account. You must to be online at 9.50 (https://hangouts.google.com/?hl=ro )
10.00 Hugues Séraphin, Marco Platania, Manuela Pilato
The place of heritage and identity in the marketing strategy of destinations: a worldwide approach Based on dmo logos and slogans
10.15 Olena Melikh
Ways attracting external streams of tourism in ukraine
10.30 Christian Richard Hell, Gabriela Cecilia Stanciulescu, Carsten Kirschner, Katrin Marquardt, Klaus Singer
Improving energy efficiency with the support of networks
10.45 Grazia Calabrò, Simone Vieri
Cultural and rural tourism: potential synergies for a new economic development pattern. The Italian case
11.00 Paul Sheeran, Manuela Pilato
Now you see it, now you don’t – is the duel commercial and tourism economy in venice unsustainable?
11.15 Gina Ionela Butnaru, Marilena Mironiuc, Maria Carmen Huian, Alina Petronela Haller
Analysis of economic growth in tourism under the impact of terrorism and of the waves of refugees
11.30 Mirela Stefanica, Gina Ionela Butnaru
Environmental performance – success factor in improving hotel business quality and ensuring a Sustainable future. Italy – a model of excellence
11.45 Katarzyna Jarosz
The attractiveness of cholpon ata resort and the museum of petroglyphs as a tourist destination
12.00 Katarzyna Jarosz
Motorcycle tourims in kyrgyzstan
12.15 Gabriela Carmen Pascariu, Bogdan-Constantin Ibanescu
Determinants and implications of the tourism multiplier effect in european economies.
Towards a core-periphery pattern?