Quality of Life Conference Focuses on Tourism Industry
February 22, 2012
NTA has partnered with GRL Development for a Tourism and Hospitality conference on Quality of Life and Regional Development, to be held in Annapolis, Maryland, on April 19.
The conference will explore issues concerned with quality of life and work as well as with the direct impact of these issues on regional growth through the development of travel and tourism industries. The main focus will be on quality of life of tourist-host communities; the effect of well-being on the tourism industry; and quality of service and work conditions in tourism businesses. A separate session will be devoted to new touristic services and new trends in tourism, travel and hospitality industries.
The conference targets business people and service providers in the tourism and hospitality sector and professionals working in fields concerned with quality of life and socio-economic development. The meeting is organized by: GRL (Global, Regional, Local) Development, Management Institute of Quality-of-Life Studies (Virginia Tech), Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management (Virginia Tech) and Social Integration and Community Development Association.
NTA and the organizers invite NTA members and affiliates to attend this interesting conference; sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, visit the conference Web site.