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Το ΙΝΣΕΤΕ φέρνει στην Αθήνα τη Lausanne Hospitality Consulting

Σεμινάριο για τις πωλήσεις και τη διαχείριση των εσόδων πραγματοποιεί το ΙΝΣΕΤΕ σε συνεργασία με τη Lausanne Hospitality Consulting.

Το Σχολείο Τουρισμού OnTour επιστρέφει με νέους προορισμούς!

Το Σχολείο Τουρισμού OnTour επιστρέφει δυναμικά το 2019 με νέους προορισμούς και πρώτο σταθμό την Κεφαλλονιά στις 16-17 Μαρτίου.

Συνεχίζεται η στρατηγική συνεργασία του ΙΝΣΕΤΕ με το Πανεπιστήμιο Cornell

Πρόσβαση στα online προγράμματα του πανεπιστημίου Cornell για τους επαγγελματίες του ελληνικού τουρισμού προσφέρει για ακόμη μια χρονιά το ΙΝΣΕΤΕ.

Quality, Service, Cleanliness Give Greek Hotels Advantage Over Rivals

Hotels in Greece took the lead in 2018 over accommodation facilities at rival destinations in terms of overall quality and service, according to INSETE.

Greece Increases Share in South Europe-bound Tourism

Greece increased its share in the South Europe tourism market to 10.8 percent in 2016 compared to 8.7 percent in 2012, according to data released by INSETE.

Σχολείο Τουρισμού OnTour: 1.400 συμμετοχές σε 6 διοργανώσεις

Με έξι επιτυχημένες διοργανώσεις και συνολικό αριθμό συμμετεχόντων πάνω από 1.400, το Σχολείο Τουρισμού OnTour ολοκλήρωσε το ταξίδι του για το 2018.

Thessaloniki Tourism Pros Get the Latest on Trends Driving Digital Marketing

Thessaloniki's tourism professionals were informed on the latest trends driving digital marketing, during a workshop held in the northern port city by Marketing Greece.

Greek Airports See 12.4% Rise in Incoming Traffic Overall

Greece’s major airports have seen a 12.4 percent rise in incoming traffic since the beginning of the year until the end of October.

New Destinations, Fresh Products Key to Stronger Greek Tourism Dynamic

Promoting lesser-known destinations and introducing innovative products are the next step if Greece wants to capitalize on the strong dynamic of its tourism sector.

Greek Hotels: Stars vs Zombies, Supply vs Demand

Fifty percent of Greek hotels are "Stars" and 25 percent are "Zombies", according to a PwC report that focuses on the structural analysis of the sector.

INSETE Study Looks into Greek Crisis Years Tourism Figures

The number of arrivals to Greece grew by 89 percent over the the 2005-2017 period, with average spending decreasing by 3 percent, according to a new study released by INSETE.

INSETE: Majority of Tourists to Greece Book in Advance

An increased number of Europeans visited Greece last year for their holidays, stayed longer and 93 percent booked in advance, according to a new study released by INSETE.

Rhodes Tourism Professionals Explore Digital Marketing Opportunities

Ways of optimizing the techniques and tools of digital marketing were analyzed during the “Rhodes Loading | Digital Marketing” conference held by Marketing Greece on Rhodes.

Marine Tourism Big Boost to Greece’s GDP, INSETE Finds

Marine tourism accounts for a considerable part of Greece’s GDP and employment, according to a study released by INSETE.

ΙΝΣΕΤΕ: Νέες κατηγορίες εκπαιδευτικών σεμιναρίων για την περίοδο 2018-19

To ΙΝΣΕΤΕ συνεχίζει την υλοποίηση εκπαιδευτικών δράσεων στην Ελλάδα, με νέες κατηγορίες σεμιναρίων για τις τουριστικές επιχειρήσεις.

Tourism Contributed €52.3 Billion to Greek Economy in 2009-2016

Tourism, one of the top four industries in Greece, generated revenue in the 2009-2016 period, contributing 52.3 billion euros to state coffers, according to INSETE.

INSETE Handbook to Aid Greek Tourism Enterprises in Waste Management

SETE's research department INSETE has released a handbook on "Recycling and Solid Waste Management” for tourism enterprises.

INSETE Re-examines Greek Tourism-Retail Trade Link

SETE's research institute, INSETE, has released a response to findings published by commerce body ESEE, according to which the Greek tourism sector has failed to stimulate trade.

Greek Tourism Figures for June Continue Upward Trend

Greece tourism is riding on a wave of strong interest as demonstrated by the increase in the number of arrivals to the country, stronger revenue, and growing investor interest.

Five Greek Regions Account for Majority of Tourist Visits to Greece

Central Macedonia, the South Aegean Region, Attica, Crete and the Ionian Islands account for 84 percent of visits to Greece, according to a survey by INSETE.