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Helena Lindqvist

Topic: What made Gothenburg apply to the European Capital of Smart Tourism competition and what made the city stand out from the rest, to become 2020 European Capital of Smart Tourism? Helena Lindqvist will share insights on how the city has put forward a collaborative working model to help improve experiences for both citizens and tourists. This includes open data, tourism-oriented innovation and test labs as well as sustainability measures.

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Helena Lindqvist
Project Manager for European Capital of Smart Tourism 2020
Gothenburg & Co

Lindqvist, Helena


Wednesday, March 4, 2020, 15.00 - 15.45
CityCube Berlin, Hall A1