Newsletter #5 HERiPRENEURSHIP

March 20, 2023

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BSB831 HERiPRENEURSHIP project

Establishing long-lasting partnerships to upgrade heritage-based offers and create new investment opportunities in tourism and the cultural and creative industries at UNESCO designated areas in the Black Sea basin.

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Partners’ participation to ITB-Berlin 2023

7-9 March 2023 / Messe Berlin

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This year ITB Berlin was the international platform, where the HERiPRENEURSHIP experts and stakeholders presented some of the outputs of the UNESCO Heritage Corridor:


  • The sixth pilot routes with the 60 geolocations of tangible and intangible heritage, listed in UNESCO across pilot territories in Greece, Bulgaria, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Georgia and Türkiye
  • The online booking application with advanced search engines for places and related facilities
  • Videos on demand offering new destinations
  • Promotional travel kits with visualization links to the smart applications and pilot locations

During the event, the partners held constructive B2B meetings and discussions with tour operators, tourist enterprises and business representatives focusing on opportunities for potential collaborations through utilization of the ready – to be promoted HERiPRENEURSHIP resources.

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ITB-Berlin 2023

More information and pictures from the event through the eyes of the partners!

THE PARTNERS SHARE ABOUT THEIR IMPRESSION AND EXPERIENCE OF THE PARTICIPATION AT THE THE WORLD RECOGNIZED EVENT IN BERLIN:

Heri RO geolocations
#HERIPRENEURSHIP at ITB Berlin 2023

HERiPRENEURSHIP: the UNESCO Experiential Heritage Corridor in the Black Sea Basin,

connects places to visit in the participating countries, offering authentic and multicultural knowledge together with accompanying tourist services available in real time, such as accommodation, transport, catering, souvenirs and traditional products, outdoor and indoor artistic activities, etc.


WHAT WAS DONE BY PARTNERS TILL NOW:

The Online Booking App., the Heritage Inventory and the Tourism Roadmap

are interlinked with the project web based educational and communicational platform www.heripreneurship.eu

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for more interesting pictures, stories, results and experience within HERiPRENEURSHIP project!

Invitation to the Final International Conference

Dear Colleagues,


We are glad to announce the international conference on Cultural Heritage Entrepreneurship, Cultural and Heritage Tourism, Sustainable, Green and Responsible Tourism, Sustainable Heritage Management, Economics and Sociology, Cultural and Creative Industries, Heritage Interpretation and Communication, Archaeology, History, Ethnology in the Black Sea area will take place on June 8th-9th 2023 in Tulcea, Romania.


The aim of the International Conference “Sustainable Tourism, Heritage Management and the Cultural and Creative Industries: Creating new investment opportunities at places of cultural significance” is to overview trends in tourism, digital culture and heritage entrepreneurship as a driver for socio-economic development, gain a common attitude towards latest challenges in tourism heritage management, also under a climate change perspective, explore the powers of the Cultural and Creative Industries for Sustainable Tourism and develop links among academics, policy makers and practitioners who have common research agendas, disseminate research results from the HERiPRENEURSHIP project and other European projects and initiatives, stimulate new ideas and tools for digital culture, green and responsible tourism, heritage interpretation and cultural communication.

Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020
The editor of the material: UBBSLA
Date of publishing: March 2023

Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 is co-financed by the European Union through the European Neighbourhood Instrument and by participating countries: Armenia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Türkiye and Ukraine.
This publication was produced with the financial assistance of the European Union.
Its contents are the sole responsibility of the Union of Bulgarian Black Sea Local Authorities and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.

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