The 2nd World Summit On Accessible Tourism Will Take Place In Brussels On 1-2 October 2018
People with reduced mobility want to travel like everyone else
People with reduced mobility make up 35% of the population and rarely travel alone. It is in the tourism sector’s interest to develop accessible destinations for a section of the population that expects only one thing: to be able to travel as easily as everyone else!
The 2nd World Summit on Accessible Tourism aims at sharing and disseminating best practices as much possible with the tourism sector in order to consolidate a global network of destinations for all, accessible to people with specific needs.
Five core topics to help build obstacle-free travel for all
The Summit will be held in Brussels (The Egg) on the 1st and 2nd of October 2018. The programme will include a series of innovative ideas, specific case studies, experiences and best practices during the plenary and parallel sessions throughout the two-day event. The main topics of discussion will be:
- Destination Management
- Hosting and Security
- Transport and Mobility
- Leisure Products and Activities
In parallel to the Summit, an exhibition will allow you to discover accessible tourist destinations, products and services from all over the world.
Insights into the ‘must-attend’ sessions and topics heading the agenda
Browse the online Summit programme and discover the array of 85 inspiring talks to be given in the 25 working sessions on offer throughout the event, and topics that will fuel discussions to motivate the industry.
To organise this Summit, the Summit Committee has gathered 120 thought leaders and innovative entrepreneurs sharing the same passion, drive, and expertise.
Designed for those willing to find solutions to help craft the future
The Summit and its Exhibition is an exclusive event designed specifically for all professionals in the hospitality industry and actors in the tourism chain who have a direct interest in inclusive tourism and who wish to offer an obstacle-free travel experience to all visitors:
- Tourism organizations and companies responsible for destinations, travel, and transportation
- Government decision makers
- Destination managers
- Civil society actors
- Professional associations
Participating or exhibiting are unique opportunities to make B2B connections, exchange ideas, catch up on industry developments, strengthen client relationships, and forge important new business connections with 500+ highly invested attendees.
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2nd World Summit on Accessible Tourism – Destinations for All:
Brussels, 1-2 October 2018
The Egg Conference Centre