Post Covid-19: Policy and Practice Reflections
Thinking about the problems that events, tourism and hospitality organisations are currently facing
Academic staff in the School have been considering what their research and engagement with practitioners might contribute to contemporary debates on events, tourism and hospitality management policy and practice. Several of these are captured in a series of short videos. They reflect individual academic interests but also a wealth of experience from working with international agencies such as the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), the OECD Tourism Secretariat and the International Conference and Convention Association (ICCA) to national and regional agencies and private companies. Naturally, the videos do not provide comprehensive recommendations. Instead, their purpose is to stimulate ways of thinking about the problems that events, tourism and hospitality organisations face at present.
- Destination adaptation
Professor Chris Cooper
- Tourism and crisis
Professor Neelu Seetaram
- Supporting small businesses in tourism
Professor Rhodri Thomas
- Rethinking employment practices
Dr Kate Dashper
- Festival memories in a socially-distanced era
Professor Emma Wood
Find out more about research on the School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management website.
Rhodri Thomas is Professor of Tourism and Events Policy and Dean of the School of Events, Tourism & Hospitality Management.