Creating Light in the Dark experiences

Sustainable Communities and Businesses Event
Light in the dark webinar 10.4.2024 edited
Date: 10.4.2024
Time: 12.30-11.00
Place: Online

Join us on our first Light in the Dark tourism webinar where we will offer inspiring examples of companies and destinations innovatively developing their region throughout the year. What is the potential in the regional and European markets? How can I attract tour operators to my region? An invited panel of destinations and entrepreneurs will ponder the challenges and possibilities of sustainably developing tourism that offers the most benefits to their communities.  

Speakers 10.4.2024

  • Pernille Kofod Lydolph - former Director of Destination Bornholm, Denmark
  • Eriks Lingeberzins - Director of Balticvision and assistant professor at the Faculty of International Tourism, Turiba University, Latvia
  • Andy Fairburn – Director of Nordic Tourism Collective, United Kingdom
  • Maria Pick, tourism developer, Kimitö Islands and Örö, Finland

The webinar is open to everyone interested in sustainable tourism development in the coastal areas of the Baltic Sea. A detailed program will be updated on our website in late March.

The project Light in the Dark helps small and medium-sized enterprises in the tourism sector create an off-season nature-based offer to attract tourists to rural and coastal areas of the northern Baltic Sea region all year long. 

Light in the Dark has project partners in the following areas, Klaipeda region (Lithuania), Kurzeme region (Latvia), the coastal areas and islands of North and West Estonia, (Estonia), East Coast of Finland, Turku and the Archipelago Sea, and Åland Islands (Finland), and Stockholm Archipelago (Sweden).

Light in the Dark is co-funded by Interreg Baltic Sea Region. More information about the project and contact details to our project partners on our website:  

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