We are pleased to announce that our article has been published in the Scientific journal Economic innovations.
Proudly announcing another success of our project!
A project is coming to an end but Tourism 4.0 opportunities in the region continue to flourish and we look forward to future collaborations.
NGO Agricola has submited their article to the Economic Innovations
May this New Year be another great discovery … And may we discover it together!
The article is in the process to be peer-reviewed and published in the scientific journal - Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis
NGO Agricola will submit their article to the Economic Innovations
Sano Touring Experience S.R.L. and “Ovidius” University of Constanța submitted their article to the Academia Letters
HCL submitted their article to the International Centre for Black Sea Studies (ICBSS)
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Tourism Institute published two articles in famous Georgian media outlets.
We are pleased to announce that our third article has been published in the Scientific journal Economic innovations.
Following the High-Level Forum - Tourism, Digitalisation and Sustainable development for the Black Sea, T4BS partners met with Aga Kempny, Project manager at European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA).
The T4BS High-level Forum for Tourism, Digitalisation and Sustainable development for the Black Sea, promoted by Arctur, HCL Management, Sano Touring Experience, NGO Agricola, Ovidius University of Constanta, Tourism Institute and co-funded by the European Union, successfully took place as a hybrid event on November 18, 2021 at the Crystal Palace in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
We are pleased to announce that our second article has been published on the Connect4Climate/World Bank Group.
We are pleased to announce that our first article has been published in the journal Cinque Continents - Revue Roumaine de Geographie.
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On 27th of May Georgia held online high-level conference organized by the Government of Georgia and the Georgian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum.
Mamuka Berdzenishvili from Tourism Institute, Georgia, presented the T4BS project, the role of Data Analytics and Digital solutions to empower the tourism of the future in the Black Sea.
T4BS project is appreciated by local and regional media from Constanța county and the wider Dobrogea region.
It is our pleasure to announce that T4BS Workshop organised by Romanian project partners will be part of the European Maritime Day In My Country 2021 event.
A news item on T4BS project was published on the European Commission website
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We wish you happy and relaxing holidays and the very best for the New Year! Team of T4BS
On 17th December, 2020 a local partner of the project T4BS from Georgia, Tourism Institute, organized the second circle of webinars. The main goal of the event was to introduce an overview of the first results of TIM (Tourism Impact Model) for Batumi and possible application of the model to local stakeholders.
The second Ukrainian workshop of the Tourism 4.0 for the Black Sea project was held online on Wednesday 16 December. It focused on a preliminary demonstration of the capabilities of the Tourism Impact Model (TIM) that is being developed by Arctur within the project.
Data analysis for sustainable tourism development strategies.
Tourism Impact Model received Tourism Innovation Award in the category The Best Innovation on AI and Data Analytics Award at Tourism Innovation Summit 2020 hosted by Seville, Spain.
Urška Starc Peceny and Mamuka Berdzenishvili presented the project T4BS, lessons learned, and project plans at the Black Sea Green diplomacy virtual event on the 16 November 2020: Sustainability in The Black Sea Regional Cooperation: Advancing the Black Sea Synergy and The European Green Deal.
On the 16 November 2020: Sustainability In The Black Sea Regional Cooperation: Advancing The Black Sea Synergy And The European Green Deal.
The European Tourism Convention took place virtually on Monday, October 12, 2020. The aim of the Convention was to launch a dialogue on sustainable recovery and the strategic orientations for the tourism of tomorrow and guide future work and cooperation on tourism (towards a European Agenda for Tourism 2050).
Workshop Black Sea projects on coastal and maritime tourism, maritime transports, fishery and aquaculture, digitalisation. Gaps and opportunities, organised by ICBSS – BSEC – DG Mare - to collect data and exchange best practices from the regional projects in the Black Sea also with participation of T4BS project.
This autumn will be very busy for T4BS team. We are disseminating the idea of Tourism 4.0 technologies for sustainable tourism development across Europe and in the Black Sea Region.
During the summer, Arctur trained for local partners to become a certified Tourism Impact Model consultant. In the course of an on-line webinar, partners received detailed information about the questionnaire, how and where to collect the data. Now it is time for local partners to visit each of the selected locations and start acquiring data and filling in the TIM web questionnaire.
T4BS representatives participating at the webinar organised by SEARICA focusing on perspectives of the recovery from the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
Regional TV channel interviews T4BS local partner Mamuka Berdzenishvili, the founder and executive director of Tourism Institute.
High-level tourism stakeholders in Georgia interested in co-creating data drive tourism at the Black Sea.
High interest for the participation in Tourism 4.0 for the Black Sea project among the local stakeholders in Ukraine.
The consortium is deliberating on the possibility of webinars being organised
Participants welcomed by Ion Munteanu, Governor of the Danube Delta Biosphere Reserve Administration
High representatives inspired by the Tourism Impact Model
Tourism 4.0 for the Black Sea at the EU Commission event
T4BS wishes an inspiring new decade
The journey of co-creating Tourism 4.0 at the Black Sea started