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Dr. James Musgrave

Director of Conference & Networking

Dr. James Musgrave is Subject Head at the UK Centre for Events Management. James has a strong publication background related to sustainable management within the events industry. Currently, James is on compassionate leave and his role is being covered by Henri Kuokkanen, our Director of Education.

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Ron Carpenter

Interview with Ronald Carpenter after the EuroCHRIE Award Ceremony

Various Interviews

From the 31st EuroCHRIE conference held at ANGELL Akademie Freiburg

Phil Race

Interview with Phil Race after the EuroCHRIE Award Ceremonies

Oktoberfest

Impressions from the Oktoberfest at the ANGELL Akademie

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Next Stop: EuroCHRIE Aalborg 2020

5-8 October 2020 | Aalborg, Denmark

The theme is ‘The best way to predict the future – is to create it’. The 2020 EuroCHRIE Conference is chosen to symbolize the unexplored potential the Hospitality & Tourism industry contains. This industry is becoming increasingly rich in contexts and perspectives. Therefore, we offer different tracks that touch on different research perspectives that are all related to creating new and unexplored areas across continents.

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Host a Conference

Organising an international conference requires a dedication of time, financial and manpower resources to undertake the planning and execution of a successful event. The organiser-host will find complete working documents to help any institution evaluate whether you are ready to organize an international conference or not. In this sense, the Board approved a process to simplify the bidding process.

Analyses the feasibility for your institution to organize an EuroCHRIE conference. The emphasis is on general aspects such as manpower, financial control, accessibility, location, conference facilities, security (to mention a few). Your institution should complete the Expression of Interest Form and submit to the Federation Administrator at admin@eurochrie.org usually 24 months prior to the conference. Once the Conference Committee validates your proposal, you should start phase 2 and prepare to do a presentation to the Board (normally at the EuroCHRIE Spring Board meeting approximately 15 months before the request). You will find out more information in the selection criteria.

The organizer-host will submit the final conference proposal 15 months prior the conference that should be based on the ‘How to Guide’. The Conference Committee will analyse, make suggestions and approve the final document that should be sent to the Federation Administrator at admin@eurochrie.org

Institutions should read carefully the documentation provided and then evaluate their proposal to ensure that it contains all the relevant information that is identified in the ‘How to Guide’. In addition, we are looking for you to achieve the following objectives:

  1. To ensure your proposal maintains EuroCHRIE conference quality standard precepts and consistency;
  2. To be a self-assessment guide for host organizations when planning to organize a EuroCHRIE conference;
  3. To simplify the bidding process, providing information to the EuroCHRIE Board members.

Once the organizer-host receives EuroCHRIE approval the institution should submit a definitive global bidding proposal.

We hope this guide will encourage your university to present a candidacy for organizing a very successful conference from 2021 onwards.

Remember the deadline for the 2021 Conference is October 2019. We are looking forward to hearing from you and seeing your Phase 1 proposal soon.

Please look at the media walls from previous EuroCHRIE conferences that have taken place since 2011 and locations from 2006.

This is a handy and straight-forward guide, that needs to be considered at all times in the bidding process. It outlines your responsibilities as an organiser-host and what we expect as the conference committee of EuroCHRIE.

You may be expected to do a presentation to the conference committee. These criteria clearly identify how we will make an objective and transparent judgement about your conference bid.

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Previous EuroCHRIE Conferences

Conferences 8

2019

Hong Kong

Theme: When East Meets West

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Conferences 9

2018

Dublin

Theme: Be Inspired!

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Conferences 10

2017

Nairobi

Theme: Reach the Unreached – Touch the Untouched

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Conferences 11

2016

Budapest

Theme: What’s Going Well in Tourism, Hospitality & Events?

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Conferences 12

2015

Manchester

Theme: Experience EuroCHRIE

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Conferences 13

2014

Dubai

Theme: Hospitality and Tourism Futures

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Conferences 14

2013

Freiburg

Theme: Cooperative Education and Research for Hospitality and Tourism Educators

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Conferences 15

2012

Lausanne

Theme: Hospitality for a Better World

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Conferences 16

2011

Dubrovnik

Theme: Tourism and Hospitality – Drivers of Transition

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Conferences 17

2010

Amsterdam

Theme: Passion for Hospitality Excellence

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Conferences 18

2009

Helsinki

Theme: From Services to Experiences in Tourism and the Hospitality Industry and Education

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Conferences 19

2008

Dubai

Theme:

Conferences 20

2007

Leeds

Theme:

Conferences 21

2006

Thessaloniki

Theme: In Search of Excellence for Tomorrow’s Tourism, Travel and Hospitality

Conferences 22

2005

Paris

Theme: Facing the Change in Tourism and Hospitality

Conferences 22

2004

Ankara

Theme:Global Issues and Trends in Hospitality and Tourism Industries

Conferences 22

2003

Bad Honnef

Theme:The Internationalisation of Future Hospitality Tourism and Aviation Management Education

Conferences 22

2002

Barcelona

Theme: 

Conferences 22

2001

Brig

Theme: Trends & Challenges in Hospitality and Tourism

2000 Fall:

Joint EuroCHRIE/IAHMS/HSMAI, Hotel Management School Maastricht, The Netherlands, “Hospitality Education & Hospitality Industry, a perfect couple in a new millennium”

2000 Spring:

Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland, “Professional development in hospitality & tourism education” 

1999 Fall:

Ecole des Arts Culinaires et de l’ Hotellerie, Lyon, France. “Food, future & friendship”

1999 Spring:

Joint EuroCHRIE-CHME, University of Surrey, Guildford, U.K. “Hospitality product life-cycle”

1998 Fall:

Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland. “Competitiveness in the international hospitality industry”

1998 Spring:

Joint EuroCHRIE-HSMAI Conference, Norway. “Hospitality sales & marketing”

1997 Fall:

Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. “Tourism’s role and responsibility in sustaining national heritages in a global context”

1997 Spring:

Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, U.K. “Hospitality business development”

1996 Fall:

Hotel Management School, Leeuwarden, Netherlands. “The service profit chain in the hospitality industry”

1996 Spring:

Alpine Center for Hotel & Management Studies, Athens, Greece. “The travel & tourism industry beyond the year 2000”

1995 Fall

Joint EuroCHRIE-IAHMS Conference, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden. “International student/teacher exchange and experiences”

1995 Spring:

IHTTI, Neuchatel, Switzerland. “Professional development within the hospitality industry and education”

1994 Fall:

Joint EuroCHRIE-IAHMS Conference, IMHI-Cornell University, Paris, France. “Legends in restaurant entrepreneurship”

1994 Spring:

S&T Tourismus-Beratung, Vienna, Austria. “Hospitality schools East-West”

1993 Fall:

Academie ACCOR-EuroDisney, Paris, France. “Quality”

1993 Spring:

Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, U.K. “European hospitality: the next 10 years”

1992 Fall:

Academie ACCOR, Paris, France. “Marketing in hard times”

1992 Spring:

Nestle Pro Gastronomia Foundation, Neuchatel, Switzerland. “People in the hospitality industry”

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Dr. James Musgrave

Director of Conference & Networking

Dr. James Musgrave is Subject Head at the UK Centre for Events Management. James has a strong publication background related to sustainable management within the events industry. Currently, James is on compassionate leave and his role is being covered by Henri Kuokkanen, our Director of Education.

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