ENTER2015 Call for Destination Cases

In addition to the usual call for academic research papers, and considering the success achieved in the previous conferences, ENTER2015 is having a call for projects primarily aimed at destination organisations (private and public) representatives and practitioners, who have valuable experience to report and present.

Projects will be in the form of a presentation at one of the sessions in the ENTER 2015 Industry Track. A proposal of the project to be presented should follow the guidelines stated at the end of this call. Speakers should also include a short bio (50 words) or CV and a short presentation of their organisation (100 words). Official conference language is English (no translation services are available at the conference).

Strengthening the collaboration between Stakeholders and DMO in order to improve the success of
the Destination
Innovation within the core of DMOs. 
What should be the role of the future DMO – if any?
Cases of Smart use of digital communication in CVB’s (convention bureaus). 
Success cases and reflections on the challenges of Mobile Apps at Destinations
Social media marketing: smart cases from DMOs 
The present and future role of DMO’s websites? 
Strategic use of BIG data by DMOs
Destination Trends

Submission

Please, submit your proposals directly to Track Chairs

Feedback will be given to all submitters stating the acceptance or inappropriateness of the proposal and, possibly, requests for modifications.

Instructions for the submission of the presentation will be sent to all accepted and confirmed speakers. Presentations will be published online and made available to all delegates of ENTER 2015.

Authors have to register for the conference by November 16th, 2014 in order to have their presentation scheduled.

Time Schedule

Submission closes September 12th, 2014 
Final acceptance: October 31st , 2014 
Registration Deadline: November 16th, 2014
Conference February 3rd  - 6th, 2015

Submissions will be reviewed on an individual basis. Should we feel that the proposal is not suited to the session, you may be asked to submit a revised proposal before being accepted.


ENTER2015 Destination Track Chairs

Nagore Espinosa, CICtourGUNE, Spain
(NagoreEspinosa
@tourgune.org)
Oriol Miralbell, Open University of Catalonia, Spain
(
jmiralbell@uoc.edu)

Call for Destination Cases Template

Proposals should include: 
Suggested presentation title
Short description of presentation (up to 300 words) 
Main topics covered 
Main conclusions and learning for delegates 
Main challenges, risks or threats discussed or highlighted 
Presenter short bio (50 words) or CV 
Short presentation of their organisation (100 words).

Was this project already presented at any other event? If yes, please specify the name of the event(s) 

Who presented it 
When it was presented 
Other comments


Presentation Template 

Please download here a template for your Presentation during ENTER2015 Conference (for speakers only)


Testimonials
Wolfram Höpken - Professor for Business Informatics, Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten
Wolfram Höpken - Professor for Business Informatics, Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten

ENTER conferences have always been great and I enjoyed being there; excellent programme with a good mixture of research and industry presentations. There has been a very promising case study section on ENTER this year (and outstanding case studies will even be invited to the newly started case study section in the Journal of Information Technology and Tourism). I am quite excited to see how this will evolve in future ENTERs.

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