ENTER 2011 Conference. Accessibility of ICTs and Accessible Travel Information
Innsbruck, Austria, 26 to 28 January, 2011.
ENTER 2011 is the 18th Annual Conference of the International Federation for Information Technologies in Travel and Tourism (ifitt). At this high profile event ENAT presents a session dedicated to the theme of Accessibility of ICTs for the travel and tourism sector. ifitt President, Dimitrios Buhalis, Bournemouth University, is chairing the session.
Speakers and Themes
NEW! (30.01.2011). Video-recording - Dimitrios Buhalis, Ivor Ambrose and Franz Pühretmair
To view or download presentations, use links below and in right-hand panel
- “eAccess+” Best Practice Accessible ICT Solutions for Tourism. (Link to slideshow)
Ivor Ambrose, Managing Director, European Network for Accessible Tourism (ENAT), Belgium/Greece.
- Accessibility Information in Destination Marketing: the Experience of VisitBritain and UK Destinations.
Andrew Daines, Partnerships Manager, VisitBritain, UK
- Web Accessibility for Competitive Advantage in the Tourism Sector.
Spyros Michailidis, CEO, EWORX S.A., Greece
- Realizing Accessible Tourism by Matching Stakeholders.
Franz Pühretmair, Business & Scientific Manager, KI-I, Austria
The workshop session on Accessibility of ICTs takes place on Friday 28th January from 11:00 to 12:30.
About the Congress
"Present and Future Interaction" is the overarching theme of this years' ENTER eTourism Conference. The event will bring together international experts in all aspects of Information and Communication Technologies in Travel and Tourism – the technologies which are changing the world of tourism and hospitality.
Organized by IFITT, in 2011 ENTER will be back again to the city of Innsbruck, Austria and will be hosted at Congress und Messe Innsbruck GmbH, str. Rennweg 3, Innsbruck from 26th to 28th January 2011. ENTER2011@Innsbruck is promising a fantastic environment for serious debate and great social interaction.
ENTER 2011 offers a worldwide and unique forum for attendees from academia, industry, government, and other organizations to actively exchange, share, and challenge state-of-the-art research and industrial case studies on the application of information and communication technologies to travel and tourism. The three tracks, namely Research, Destinations and Industry are designed in a way that enables maximum exchange of information and interaction.
Download the ENTER 2011 Provisional Programme and the ENAT session programme in PDF format from the right-hand panel.
With the support of the European Commission Framework Programme 7 project: