ASSOCIATIONS AND POLITICS
Organisations, operators and public administration confronted on future challenges
The travel, tourism, and hospitality sectors are heavily influenced by decisions and policies made by local, national, and international administrative bodies. Therefore, regular responsible dialogue leading to constructive exchange and mutual collaboration is imperative.
One aim of the Short Stay Week is to create a control room that brings together all the public and private figures that operate in this hospitality segment around the same virtual table. This includes associations, hosts, local governments, representatives of institutions, and politicians.
The objective is to investigate the current state of the sector, threats, opportunities, the actions that have been carried out so far, and future decisions and interventions.
Short Stay Week's
What you need to know
before signing up to Short Stay week
You can enjoy Short Stay Week content, by choosing one of these 2 ticket types:
This ticket gives you full access to all conference’s content including Market Focuses (Market Focus Italy November 22-23, Market Focus France November 23-24, Market Focus Spain 24-25), Book Direct Day (November 26), and to all Workshops.
It also gives you access to all Conference recordings.
This ticket gives you full access to a 50% of the Main conference’s content and to all Market Focuses (Market Focus Italy November 22-23, Market Focus France November 23-24, Market Focus Spain 24-25).
It doesn’t give you access to Conference recordings, to Workshops, and to Book Direct Day (November 26).
Sure thing. If you buy a FULL TICKET, you have unlimited full access to all Conference recordings, including Market Focuses (Market Focus Italy, Market Focus France, Market Spain), Workshops, Sessions, and Book Direct Day content.
We are going to send you a link to all recordings 7-10 days after the Conference.