May 2, 2019
by Karsten Palme
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Future Workshop Tourism in Ahrenshoop – a strategy within 5 days!

How comprehensive must a tourism strategy be and what information is actually needed? In short: less is more! The world of tourism planning is becoming more and more complex – focusing on core tasks and orientation towards implementation is the … Continue reading

April 26, 2019
by Martina Leicher
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The curtain rises for: The old city as an experience

A review of the symposium of the “AG Historische Stadt- und Ortskerne” (working group focusing on historic city centers) in Detmold on 11th October 2018: Almost 100 participants had travelled from all corners of North Rhine-Westphalia to Detmold to spend … Continue reading

April 2, 2019
by Laura Selenz
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Wendland.Elbe: Sustainable, rural tourism is more than hiking & biking

Wendland? Where’s that? And what’s so special about it? Since 2016, COMPASS has been entrusted with the task of answering this question and developing and communicating the recreational and experiential value of a unique, rural region in Germany. After 3 … Continue reading

March 7, 2018
by Karsten Palme
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Next phase of “Total Quality-Training for hotel staff in Tunisia” started

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.

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