Inland tourism challenges are the subject of online Qriative Conversation

The first of three QRER Qriative Conversations takes place on the 23rd

“Challenges of Touristic Animation in the Interior” is the theme of the Qriative Conversation in digital format that will take place on the 23rd, between 18:00 and 20:00 and can be followed online.

This will be the first of three conversations that the QRER cooperative will promote and where it will seek to «transpose to the digital world a space for debate on key issues for current Algarve tourism agents».

On the 23rd, the guest speaker will be João Ministro. With a degree in environmental engineering, the now businessman was involved in several initiatives of national and international prominence, such as the coordination of the development of Via Algarviana and the Querença Project. In 2010 she co-founded her company Proactivetur, «a reference travel agency in the Algarve for the work it has been developing as a consultant and tour operator/DMC specializing in ecotourism, creative tourism and local development», according to QRER.

«In view of the current pandemic, João Ministro will share his experience and knowledge with all participants, in order to address the following topics: What are the current opportunities? How important are partnerships? What are the obstacles? What is the real impact of Covid-19? And finally, what future expectations can we create?”, added the cooperative.

The event is free, but those interested in participating will have to register by the 22nd, following this link. On the day of the event, a link will be made available to all registrants.

This conversation is promoted by the QRER Cooperative that promotes the QRIAR – Creative Incubator of the Algarve within the scope of the Magallanes_ICC project, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER), of the Interrreg VA España – Portugal (POCTEP) 2014 – 2020 program. The project also has the support of the Loulé and Alcoutim Councils, the Union of Parishes of Querença, Tôr and Benafim and the Cândido Guerreiro Professional School.

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