Factsheet LAB Meeting 9 December 2020 


This webpage informs you in more detail about the theme of our upcoming LAB meeting, the speakers, their projects and destinations, possible panellists we invited. 
This webpage also offers references to reading materials and important practical and technical information about how to access and participate in the meeting. We look forward to seeing you in the LAB!    

Agenda 

 

Date: 9 December 2020
Time: 11:00 – 12:30, CEST  timezoneconverter >
Duration: 1,5 hours
Format: live cast via Zoom >
Language: English
Theme: Slow Destinations

Hosts:

Karin Elgin-Nijhuis
Burçin Kalabay Hatipoğlu

Speakers:  

Véronique Hermanjat
“Morges Région: Challenges to become the first Slow tourism destination of Switzerland”

Joerie Minses and Michelle Hillebrand 
(Department Tourism and Leisure, Cittaslow Alphen-Chaam, Netherlands) 

Moderated Q&A with attendees 

Reading materials

About the region Morges:
www.morges-tourisme.ch > (French, English, German)

About Alphen-Chaam:
www.alphen-chaam.nl > (Dutch)
www.alphen-chaam.nl/cittaslow.html > (Dutch)

About Cittaslow:

 

 

 

 

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About the theme

 

Slow Destinations

Cittaslow

 read more >

Véronique Hermanjat is
a tourism delegate for Morges Region
in Switzerland. Since 2018 she has been fulfilling the role of project manager “Slow Destination Morges Region” programme for ARCAM-Association de la région Cossonay-Aubonne-Morges.

Earlier/other roles include CEO of Passion for People (since 2008); general manager at IST-International School of Tourism Lausanne (2008-2018); professor at EHL-Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (2007-2009) teaching International Tourism Management; general manager of the Nyon Tourism Board (1999-2008); public relations adviser at Gretz Communication Burgdorf; event manager at the Convention Centre Montreux. 

Michelle Hillebrand is
a tourism delegate for Morges Region
in Switzerland. Since 2018 she has been

Joerie Minses is
a tourism delegate for Morges Region

How to attend the LAB meeting

 

The digital meeting in the Heritage & Slow TourismLAB allows you to tune in and participate where ever you are. Before the meeting you can take these steps to ensure you are prepared to participate:
 

  • After registering you received a confirmation email and a special link that you will need to click on to access the meeting. Keep this link and the password safe. 
  • Zoom is the free software the LAB uses to facilitate the meeting. Before the meeting, download Zoom (https://zoom.us/download >) on your computer (if you have not already done so).  Test it by opening it up and familiarise yourself with especially the camera and microphone settings. Peruse the Zoom Support Centre (https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us >) for detailed instructions.
  • Plan to access the meeting 10 minutes before the LAB meeting begins. To do so, click on the link you were given after registering or copy/paste it into your internet browser (Chrome, Firefox or Safari). You will access a waiting room before being admitted to the meeting.
  • You will be muted when you are admitted to the meeting en we ask all attendees to keep their microphones set on “mute” so as not to accidentally disrupt the meeting.
  • We encourage all attendees to be on video since the LAB is about connecting people.
  • Post your questions in the chatbox Zoom offers. The moderator will select questions posted there for the Q&A session. The moderator may ask you to unmute yourself (and switch on your camera if you have not already done so) so that you can join the discussion.
  • If, after reading the information provided on this webpage as well as the websites and reading materials referred to, you have questions you wish to submit in advance of the meeting, feel free to email them to info@heritagetourismhospitality.org >. Please note that the moderators/speakers may not be able to respond to all submitted questions during the event due to the time limit.
  • After the LAB meeting, those who attended will receive a summary of the discussion and a list of attendees (i.e. their name, organisation, country).
  • The LAB meeting will be recorded. The purpose of this is not to give those who registered access to the recording. You are kindly invited to attend online real-time. The organisers reserve the right to use video footage and images for future educational and PR purposes.
  • You can cancel your registration at any time. To do so, follow the instructions provided in the confirmation email. 
  • Enquiries can be sent to info@heritagetourismhospitality.org >