10.4 Sustainable Tourism Market Practices in Post-pandemic Times
The Covid-19 pandemic is often referred to as a transformative moment for the tourism industry. Many travel businesses were disrupted, digital business models emerged, and destinations struggled with either a lack of tourism or a continued mass tourism. This session deals with market aspects and practices of creating sustainable and resilient destinations in the post-pandemic era. The session contributes to the theme of the conference by bringing together researchers across different sub-fields to address the shaping of resilient destinations and sustainable tourism.
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