Check out our latest blog post that shares the power of images and videos to promote your tourism experiences - https://cesclients.blogspot.se/2017/09/the-power-of-images-and-videos-to-share.html
The travel industry is always shifting and changing based on current worldwide trends, the emergence of new markets, and different niche groups. As a business or someone that is involved in the tourism industry, it’s important to keep up with these new trends. Here is some insight with some of the growing trends and emerging niche markets for 2017. http://cesclients.blogspot.ca/2016/10/travel-trends-for-2017.html
Celebrating the Spirit and Identity of Indigenous Culture in Canada - CES’s mandate has always been to support local community development initiatives that ensure preservation of culture through responsible economic development and empowerment. Over the past few years we’ve created an interactive mobile platform that allows communities to celebrate the spirit and identity of their people through digital storytelling, known as the My Community App. Click here for the full story.
Simplifying Sustainable Cultural Tourism - What
makes a sustainable tourism business successful? Is it having one of the top
luxury eco-tourism facilities in the world – or is it having a small guiding
business that offers cultural walking tours? The answer is both, if it respects
the local culture, traditions and environment of a destination while
contributing to the local economy.Click here for the full story. June 15, 2012.
Re-Instilling Cultural Pride with Aboriginal Festivals. The grass is getting greener, the flowers are blooming and
the birds are chirping. Spring is upon us and I can feel the excitement and
anticipation in the air – summer is just around the corner. For many Canadians,
summer is a time to get reacquainted with your community and what better way
than to attend a festival. Click here for the full story.
May 24, 2012
Innovative Ideas for Indigenous Tourism Development. I came across an interesting video on YouTube
about how Chief Almir, head of a
Surui tribe in the Amazon, uses Google Earth and mobile technology to record
stories of their Elders to assist with cultural and environmental preservation.
Chief Almir’s innovative idea to track and record illegal logging in his region
using Google Earth created a positive impact for the community’s economy by
resulting in a reforestation project. Chief Almir was recognized as one of the
100 most creative people in business in 2011 by Fast Company. Click here for the full story.
April 20, 2012
Want a Better Tourism Product? Sweat the Details! Let me share
a story with you about a recent restaurant experience. Myself and
some people from our office went to nearby restaurant for lunch. Sort of a
diner-type place; a place where you’d expect decent home style food at a fair
price. Nothing fancy, but good food for good value. Click here for the full story.
February 21, 2012
TechTours. TechTours is a downloadable application that provides an interactive, emotive storytelling experience on destinations with audio and video features using GPS Technology.
Click here for the full story.
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