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  • Session 4 ㅣ Fair and Inclusive Tourism : Building cities for all
  • ModeratorLieve Coppin ㅣ Dean, Tourism and Hospitality, Le Cordon Bleu University in Lima
    Lieve Coppin is a professional with extensive knowledge and experience in sustainable tourism, planning, marketing and local development. Recently she has been appointed as Dean of the Faculty of Hospitality and Food Management at Le Cordon Bleu University in Lima. Lieve holds postgraduate qualifications in tourism planning and marketing from universities in the United Kingdom, Venezuela, France and Peru. She obtained her initial degree in Social and Political Sciences at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium (KU Leuven). For the past three decades she lived and worked in Latin America and the Caribbean, providing advice and technical assistance to government and non-governmental agencies, local communities and the private sector. One of her key strengths consists in developing innovative products focused on future market needs while increasing sustainability. She has delivered this largely through ecotourism and community tourism, but is also experienced in making mainstream tourism more responsible. Currently she is visiting lecturer at selected master's programs in Peru, Spain and Belgium in the area of marketing, innovation, destination management and social responsibility.
    Setting the SceneHyowoo Na ㅣ Chair, Seoul International Fair & Sustainable Tourism Forum Organizing Committee / CEO, Good Travel
    Hyowoo Na is the chair of the Organizing Committee of Seoul International Fair and Sustainable Tourism Forum and the CEO of Good Travel, a fair travel company that designs fair tourism contents and offers fair travel products. He has contributed to international development cooperation in numerous ways since 1990. He worked as a director of HABITAT International Coalition (HIC) and he was the chairperson of Steering Committee of Asian Bridge, a non-governmental organization founded in the Philippines jointly by Korean Civil Society Organizations. Also, he served first chairman of the board of The Korea Association for Sustainable Tourism (KAST). He has been consulting for domestic and international travel and working as a columnist for travel.
    PanelistEnver Duminy ㅣ CEO, Cape Town Tourism
    Enver Duminy acquired his B.Sc. Degree in Computer Science and Mathematical Statistics from the University of the Western Cape in South Africa and is currently studying MBA through the Management College of South Africa. In January 2010, Duminy joined Cape Town Tourism as the Executive Manager of Tourism Services whereafter he was appointed as CEO in August 2013. Duminy has been involved in various ground-breaking tourism projects. Duminy’s current focus as CEO of Cape Town Tourism is to work alongside his team and the stakeholders of Cape Town Tourism (including more than a thousand signed-up members), to find ways to address seasonality in Cape Town by combining innovation and agility. He is passionate about Cape Town, not only because it is his home town, but because of its blend of natural beauty, interesting history and diverse cultures. His vision is to peel back the layers that make Cape Town what it is today - a thriving metropolis at the tipping point of the African continent, recognised as a global challenger through tourism.
    PanelistGiovanni Andrea Martini ㅣ President of Municipality, Venezia
    Giovanni Martini graduated with a thesis of Roman Epigraphy, published in the Proceedings of the Veneto Institute of Literature and Arts Sciences, and the Faculty of Classical Literature at the University of Ca 'Foscari in Venice. He also taught at the "Guggenheim" artistic high school in Venice. In 2015 he was elected President of the Municipality of Venice. He organized and participated in various conferences on tourism and solution hypotheses, such as "Tourism limits" of 2016. He published the book "Venice, the colors of history". He collaborated with the IUAV in the master of June 2018 "NEW FORMS OF LIVING, WORKPLACE AND GREEN SPACES FOR VENICE – Ideas and projects for the sustainable urban regeneration of the area along the "Scomenzera" canal.
    PanelistJae-sung Rhee ㅣ President & CEO, Seoul Tourism Organization
    Jae-sung Rhee received his Ph.D. in Tourism from Kyunghee University. He is an expert in tourism with a lot of practical experience, professionalism and a global perspective. He has been striving for the sustainable development of tourism in Korea through serving several positions such as support committee of international conference industry of Seoul Metropolitan Government and panel of judge of Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism’s international conference. He is leading the Seoul Tourism Organization which has organized ‘Seoul International Fair & Sustainable Tourism Forum 2018’ since 2016 and he is striving to create a fair and sustainable Seoul through value tourism.
    PanelistNico Mulder ㅣ Marketing Strategy Director, Amsterdam Marketing
    Nico Mulder is, since 2009, one of the key players in the successful city branding and–marketing case of I amsterdam, a visible translation of the Amsterdam DNA. Currently, Nico is responsible for marketing strategy at Amsterdam Marketing (the city marketing organization of the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area). Nico is the initiator of many city branding and –marketing projects, one of them called ‘180 Amsterdammers’, as a creative expression of the inclusiveness of the city. He developed various successful campaigns receiving awards, including the ‘UNWTO Ulysses Award’. Recently he was the marketing lead for the ‘Enjoy & Respect’ campaign, setting more awareness amongst visitors about what is and isn’t allowed in Amsterdam. Nico is a member of (international) strategical think tanks for culture, tourism and city marketing, which are primary sources for the latest urban developments and viewpoints from visitors and local residents. Nico exchanges his knowledge and experiences with cities abroad, such as New York, Barcelona, Casablanca, Athens and Reykjavik.
    PanelistSergi Mari ㅣ Manager of Tourism, Commerce and Markets, Barcelona City Council
    Sergi Marí has been Tourism, commerce and markets manager at the Barcelona City Council since July 2017. He is from Maó, Menorca and has a degree in economics and business studies at the Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona. He has a broad professional career. He had been professor at the Applied economics area in Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, as well as at the Universitat de les Illes Balears, Currently, he is associate professor at the department of economics and finance in the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. He worked as economic adviser to the Insular Council of Menorca (1988-89) and as an inspector of the city council of Maó (1996-2000). Between 1995-1996 he was Councillor of the City Council of Maó. Between 1990-1993 he was chief administrator at the European Parliament and adviser of the Committee on Regional Policy and territorial planning. For 15 years (2000-2015) he was the Director of the Socio-environmental Observatory of Menorca, agency of the Minorcan Institute of Studies, at the service of the Biosphere Reserve of Menorca (UNESCO declaration).
  • Special Session on Fair & Sustainable Tourism
  • ModeratorHoon Lee ㅣ Professor, School of Tourism, Hanyang University
    Hoon Lee is the professor from School of Tourism at Hanyang University. He performs as a political consultant of the Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism, of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and of Seoul Metropolitan Government. He is also working as the general director of UMTF (Uijeongbu Music Theater Festival), the director of Tourism Research Institute of Hanyang University, and the vice president of the Tourism Sciences Society of Korea. He has published about 150 journals and has conducted a survey on over-tourism in Bukchon, Seochon and Ihwa Mural Village to find solutions where both tourists and residents can coexist in a happier way.
    Agenda PresentationMaria Young-sin Lim ㅣ Representative Citizen Campaign Transformation of Tourism, Imagine Peace
    Maria Young-sin Lim, author of the book titled as “The Fair Travel Guide Book”, is the leader of Imagine Peace, an organization that promotes peace in various fields from culture, art, education to citizen campaign and publication. In 2007, she started a fair travel campaign in Korea, organizing a fair travel forum and a fair travel festival with 300 individual travelers. She advocates fair tourism based on sustainable life where the rights of residents as well as that of tourists are all respected. As a national coordinator of the Korea Fair Trade Towns Steering Committee(KFTTSC), she does various activities for sustainable cities.
    Agenda PresentationLieve Coppin ㅣ Dean, Tourism and Hospitality, Le Cordon Bleu University in Lima
    Lieve Coppin is a professional with extensive knowledge and experience in sustainable tourism, planning, marketing and local development. Recently she has been appointed as Dean of the Faculty of Hospitality and Food Management at Le Cordon Bleu University in Lima. Lieve holds postgraduate qualifications in tourism planning and marketing from universities in the United Kingdom, Venezuela, France and Peru. She obtained her initial degree in Social and Political Sciences at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium (KU Leuven). For the past three decades she lived and worked in Latin America and the Caribbean, providing advice and technical assistance to government and non-governmental agencies, local communities and the private sector. One of her key strengths consists in developing innovative products focused on future market needs while increasing sustainability. She has delivered this largely through ecotourism and community tourism, but is also experienced in making mainstream tourism more responsible. Currently she is visiting lecturer at selected master's programs in Peru, Spain and Belgium in the area of marketing, innovation, destination management and social responsibility.
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