These workshops explore the sustainability of event tourism in a post Covid-19 world, how a robust communication strategy can deliver operational success to an event, and the development of sports and how sport impacts society.
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The Event Tourism Sustainability session focuses on the practical application of sustainability concepts and protocols in event tourism management, where the main motivation for tourists is attending events. The workshop expands the student understanding of complex issues such as greening the events and tourism industries key debates, event tourism sustainability in practice and green gamification. Sustainability is at the top of the Covid19 tourism recovery agenda. Rethinking tourism after COVID-19 is a massive challenge. This session explores how this can be achieved for one of the most significant and highly lucrative niche types of tourism - event tourism.
Consideration of the development of sports with highlights from history and examples of how sport impacts society.
Planning, compiling, and communicating operational information to event stakeholders is an extensive task and one that requires an immense amount of focus from event managers. This session will discuss methods of best practices around how to strategically develop direct and impactful information to ensure the logistical success of an inner-city live music festival.
We asked our students to tell us about their journey and experience studying at university, hear their stories below.
Hear from Erin, an Events Management student at Lincoln International Business School, who shares her journey studying at university so far.
Hear from Lucy, an International Tourism Management student at Lincoln International Business School, who shares her journey studying at university so far.