After completing the first phase of this project, the need for trainings in the Tunisian hotel industry was identified. Together with Thomas Cook, COMPASS is currently working on a corresponding training concept considering the results from the previous workshops.
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 →
In early November, COMPASS organized a successful Roadshow across Europe for the Kenyan tour operator network Gems of Kenya. The motto was: Holidays in Kenya, but different! Unlike the trade fairs and events that we had organized for Gems of … Continue reading →
Upon completion of our federal study „Regional Building Culture and Tourism“ at the beginning of this year we went “on tour” with our study. Requested by different organizations from the tourism AND architecture/planning sector we gave lectures and attended congresses … Continue reading →
In an earlier blog post our managing director Karsten Palme reported about the Export Coaching Programme for the Kenyan tourism sector which is organized by the CBI (Centre for the Promotion of Imports from developing countries), a Dutch public agency … Continue reading →