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2010 – 2012 Estonia

Enterprise Estonia

EUDS filled the position of tourism mentor to Enterprise Estonia during a two-year period. We developed a tourism destination management system and led the change process within the Estonian Tourist Board looking at a new strategy, structure and culture.

Capacity buildingMentoringRegional tourism development
2009 & 2010 Sweden & Hungary

Örebro Region & Észak-Alföld Regional Development Agency

EUDS worked through the PRESERVE project to peer review two regions; Örebro in Sweden and Eszak-Alföd in Hungary. We assessed the regional tourism development strategy, conducted qualitative interviews and formulated a strategic approach for future regional tourism development.

Capacity buildingInnovation in tourismRegional tourism development
2008 Austria

Ministry of Economy / Verein zur Förderung des Steirischen Vulkanlandes

In co-operation with the Austrian Ministry of Economics and UNESCO, EUDS designed a workshop on the topic of ‘Sustainable Destination Management with focus on Intangible Heritage’.

Capacity buildingProject managementRegional tourism development
2008 Belgium

Leisure and Arts Group

EUDS performed a best-practice analysis on ‘the effectiveness of the media in regards to using the internet for promotion and information dissemination’ in online marketing, with a special focus on coastal regions.

Feasibility study & analysisRegional tourism development
2007-2011 Austria

Austrian National Tourist Office

EUDS managed the Austrian EDEN project in collaboration with the Austrian National Tourist Office and Austrian Ministry of Economics in the years from 2007 until 2011. The topics of the award reached from Rural Tourism, Tourism and Intangible Heritage, Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas, Aquatic Tourism to Tourism and Regeneration of physical sites. EUDS developed the selection criteria, assessed potential sites within Austria and jointly with other jury members proposed the final 3 destinations to be presented to an international jury

Innovation in tourismKeynote and juryProject managementRegional tourism development