In addition to numerous presentations by tourism experts and a varied supporting agenda, there will also be plenty of time to network during the Outdooractive Conference. The #oac19 partners will have the opportunity to present their services to the participants during the breaks as well as before and after the lectures and to go into more detail in personal conversations. In this blog article you can find out what this looks like and what other advantages partners also have.
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Siegen-Wittgenstein is a best-practice example of how small and medium-sized DMOs can benefit from digitization – the key to success is leadership, community and the right tools. Siegen-Wittgenstein’s new Destination Website has been online since September. The region was the first partner to choose Outdooractive’s Destination Website. In the following article, Monika Dombrowsky, Managing Director of Siegen-Wittgenstein, together with Julia Hilpisch, responsible for Online Marketing, explains four things that can lead small and medium-sized DMOs to digital success.
As a new partner of Outdooractive, Visit Salt Lake provides both urban adventures and sporting highlights for all guests.
Salt Lake City is located in the west of the USA. It is the capital of the state of Utah, the only American state where four states meet: Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. The city is not only known for the nearby mountains and the many national parks, but also for hosting the 2002 Winter Olympics. Founded by Mormon pioneers, the city offers numerous historical sites with cultural and religious aspects.
The Cascade Loop is in the northwest of the United States, in the state of Washington. It consists of nine different regions and runs along the majestic Columbia River, passing the glacial Lake Chelan and crossing the North Cascade National Park and is located less than 30 minutes from Seattle. As Outdooractive’s first integration partner in the US, Cascade Loop offers the unspoiled splendor that is the Pacific Northwest. Roughly 700 km take you through different landscapes. From lush pines, to desert to apple orchards and wineries, thus destination is ideal for road trips and hikes – by car, horse or on foot. It is home to the largest cross-country ski domain in the United States.
Even in times of digitization, guest service has remained a priority in tourism. But what if service can no longer be provided by employees that are preoccupied with other tasks? How can tourism fulfill the guests’ expectations of around-the-clock availability?