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Global Lessons from the Front Lines of Destination Management
- Watch the breakout session presentations here
- View the presentation slides here
- See the mainstage Global All-Stars 2019 presentations here
At the Destinations International Annual Convention in St Louis, we brought together four leaders in destination management from around the world. This breakout session offered critical insights on best practices for Destination Marketing (and/or Management) Organizations in handling the challenges of tourism growth.
Copenhagen 10x, Driving Dispersal – Wonderful Copenhagen
Signe Jungersted, former Director of Development at Wonderful Copenhagen, built on her mainstage presentation (...
Maintaining the trust of locals & visitors is central to the mission of all DMOs
This is the second post in a three-part blog series recapping the presentations from Global All-Stars Mainstage in 2019*. Check out Part 1 on Mark Ellwood's presentation.
- Watch Signe’s presentation here
- View Signe’s slides here
- See all the Global All-Stars 2019 speakers here
Signe Jungersted was, until earlier this year, the Director of Destination Development at Wonderful Copenhagen, and is a central figure in the development of its widely...
While at the Digital and Social Media Marketing Summit in Denver, an overarching message became clear as the last speaker finished her presentation. With a range of topics from influencer marketing to artificial intelligence, each one presented an alternative way to effectively reach target audiences through personalization.
Three key takeaways from the summit are summarized below:
Branding & “You-Centric” Marketing
To start off the conference, brand strategist Melanie Spring said, “your brand is what everyone else is saying about you, not what you’re saying about yourself.” While brand strategy plays an important role in marketing, it’s ultimately the customers’ perception that will define who you are as a brand. That’s why it has become more important than ever to meet your customer where they are, not where you want...
The fourth industrial revolution has changed the way we live and has made email communication to those with visual impairment easier. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1.3 billion people worldwide live with some type of visual impairment; 217 million living with moderate to severe vision impairment and roughly 36 million people in the world are blind. Voice assistant technology (such as Siri, Echo, Google Home, etc.) can help make your emails more accessible to everyone, if coded properly.
Coding your emails for voice assistant technology is essential for giving your subscribers with visual or hearing impairment a good experience. Here are four coding tips you can use for creating a more accessible email:
1. Set your role attribute in the...
5 Trends Reshaping the Future for Destinations
This is part of a three-blog series recapping the presentations from Global All-Stars 2019.
Since 2011, Miles has hosted the Global All-Stars mainstage session at the Destinations International Annual Convention, one of the largest gatherings of destination marketing organizations (DMOs) in the world. Over the last 8 years, Global All-Stars has showcased innovation and served as a leading platform for sharing exciting new ideas, insights and inspiration from around the world.
At the 2019 Annual Convention in St. Louis, Missouri, three speakers presented at Global All-Stars with a unifying theme of...