December 12, 2017
by Karsten Palme
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Further project in the realm of national monument and tourism: Tourism concept for Hambacher Castle

The Hambach Castle is THE symbol for the democratic movement in Germany in the 19th century. In 1832, about 30.000 citizens and revolutionaries from different European countries met here to prevail their democratic beliefs and thoughts towards the authorities. Today … Continue reading

November 17, 2017
by Martina Leicher
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Strengthening Germany as a climate-friendly tourism destination

Contributing to Germanys´ goal on climate change, the project “Katzensprung” aims at improving its image as a sustainable travel destination.  Tortoise- projects in Galapagos, nature adventures in an US-national park, watching wildlife in an eco-resort in South Africa: the demand … Continue reading

December 22, 2016
by Stefan Staub
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Where does the journey of and with Airbnb lead?

In mid-November Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb, presented news of the probably most famous sharing economy platform. Customers are now able to experience very “personal“ and “magic“ journeys that are offered on the Airbnb platform. The so called “trips“ combine … Continue reading

December 16, 2016
by Sarah Holstein
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Tourism Guideline for Kamp-Lintfort in the scope of the State Horticultural Show 2020

We developed a marketing concept for Kamp-Lintfort with which the city applied as venue for the State Horticultural Show 2020 last year. The flower show will take place in 2020 and Kamp-Lintfort received the contract of this show based on … Continue reading

June 7, 2016
by Martina Leicher
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COMPASS in the German Bundestag

The Tourism Committee of the German Bundestag (Geman Federal Parliament) deals with “Regional Building Culture and Tourism”. On the 11th of May, the research team of COMPASS and HJP Planer was invited to Berlin in order to present the research … Continue reading