February 23, 2015
by Karsten Palme
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Tourism Promotion in Kenya

The tourism sector in Kenya has an outstanding importance for the countries’ economy. It is the most important sector for foreign exchange earnings, creates thousands of jobs and was supposed to be a stable and successful part of the economy. … Continue reading

December 8, 2014
by COMPASS
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Tourism and Peace project with Master students from Cologne Business School

Together with four students, Professor Dirk Reiser and the Peace Institute at the University of Klagenfurt represented by Cordula Wohlmuther, Compass has restarted the “Tourism and Peace” project. With the help of Bonnie Lewtas, Elisabeth Klemens, Xiaolu Zhang and Hanno … Continue reading

October 13, 2014
by Karsten Palme
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Minimizing negative effects of crises on tourism and how to improve the image of Vietnam in the media

How can tourist destinations respond to crises? Which elements does crisis management include? How can the media spotlight be turned away from bad news onto good news? What does belong to a successful tourism media campaign? Answers to these questions … Continue reading

September 24, 2014
by COMPASS
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Recent developments in the research project “Regional Building Culture and Tourism”

Continuation of the article “Regional Building Culture and Tourism” dated 19 February 2014 (Part 1) Since the beginning of the year COMPASS works together with our partner HJPplaner out Aken (Aix-la-Chapelle) on the research project “Regional Building Culture and Tourism” … Continue reading

September 19, 2014
by Henriette Stieger
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Second Pilot Phase of European Tourism Indicator System – CBS Master students support VVV Zuid-Limburg

Around one year ago, we wrote about the European Tourism Indicator System of the EU Commission. The European Tourism Indicator System (ETIS) consists of 27 core and 40 optional indicators for sustainable destinations in order to monitor, manage and enhance … Continue reading