Monday, January 24, 2011

Nelios.com preparing for ENTER 2011 international conference

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Realizing the challenges and opportunities emerging globally for technology in Tourism, Nelios.com will be in Innsbruck, Austria on the 25th to the 28th of January 2011 to attend the 18th International Conference of Technology in Travel & Tourism.

The main subject of this year's ENTER 2011 conference focuses on how interactions among information and communication technology use and development affect eTourism and raises concerns on issues related to future practices, innovation and e-entrepreneurship. Other areas of debate are destination management and e-accessibility, and further case studies will be presented.

This year, social media will be a key subject - not only theoretically - and a range of case studies will be presented from different aspects. After all, Social Media is all about social engagement and interaction, people tend to act as brand advocates and Destination Branding is everything!

At the conference, Nelios.com - as a sponsor - will have a stand in the convention area in order to discuss about technology matters in Travel & Toursim, as well to provide the base for dialog, debate and social interaction. Furthermore, Dimitris Serifis – Business Development Director of Nelios.com – will inform visitors about the potentials of dynamic packaging that was implemented for the first time in Greece by us.

Issues covered by the conference include, but are not limited to, the following areas:














































- Advanced distribution systems- Consumer Inspiration through ICTs
- Crisis and eTourism- Distribution strategies
- eLearning- eStrategy and eBusiness models
- Electronic marketing- Enogastronomic tourism
- ICT and sustainability- ICT for regional development
- Information search and retrieval- Information interfaces and presentation
- Intelligent systems- Legal and social aspects
- Mobile services- Recommended systems
- Technology acceptance- Travel search and meta-search
- Web 2.0 and Web 3.0- Website design and evaluation

Conference insights and highlights will be posted in the next few days. Stay tuned... and let the conference begin!
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