Heritage & Slow TourismLAB
The Heritage & Slow TourismLAB is a spin-off of the Heritage, Tourism and Hospitality, International Conference (HTHIC). The Heritage & Slow TourismLAB was founded by Karin Elgin-Nijhuis and is organised by Elgin & Co. in collaboration with members of the LAB’s Organising Committee and Advisory Committee. The initiative is generously funded by DutchCulture, Centre for international cooperation.
About this website
was created by Elgin & Co./HTHIC and contains contributions from committee members, partners and participants in the LAB. Your feedback on this website is most welcome. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The logos of the Heritage, Tourism and Hospitality, International Conference (HTHIC) and Heritage & Slow TourismLAB are based on the Temple of Apollo in Side, Turkey.
The five columns represent HTHIC’s five Ps: Preservation,(re-)Presentation, Promotion, Profit (in the sense of benefits for all involved) and Purpose.
We believe that paying attention to each and all of the first four pillars is required to preserve heritage thanks to and despite tourism and to realise our Purpose: the well-being of humans and non-humans and the co-creation of thriving places.
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