EuroCHRIE conferences combine hospitality, tourism, events and culinary research presentations from world-renowned institutions with valuable workshops and discussion panels from key leaders in the industry.
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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.
Previous EuroCHRIE Conferences
Joint EuroCHRIE/IAHMS/HSMAI, Hotel Management School Maastricht, The Netherlands, “Hospitality Education & Hospitality Industry, a perfect couple in a new millennium”
Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland, “Professional development in hospitality & tourism education”
Ecole des Arts Culinaires et de l’ Hotellerie, Lyon, France. “Food, future & friendship”
Joint EuroCHRIE-CHME, University of Surrey, Guildford, U.K. “Hospitality product life-cycle”
Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland. “Competitiveness in the international hospitality industry”
Joint EuroCHRIE-HSMAI Conference, Norway. “Hospitality sales & marketing”
Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. “Tourism’s role and responsibility in sustaining national heritages in a global context”
Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, U.K. “Hospitality business development”
Hotel Management School, Leeuwarden, Netherlands. “The service profit chain in the hospitality industry”
Alpine Center for Hotel & Management Studies, Athens, Greece. “The travel & tourism industry beyond the year 2000”
Joint EuroCHRIE-IAHMS Conference, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden. “International student/teacher exchange and experiences”
IHTTI, Neuchatel, Switzerland. “Professional development within the hospitality industry and education”
Joint EuroCHRIE-IAHMS Conference, IMHI-Cornell University, Paris, France. “Legends in restaurant entrepreneurship”
S&T Tourismus-Beratung, Vienna, Austria. “Hospitality schools East-West”
Academie ACCOR-EuroDisney, Paris, France. “Quality”
Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, U.K. “European hospitality: the next 10 years”
Academie ACCOR, Paris, France. “Marketing in hard times”
Nestle Pro Gastronomia Foundation, Neuchatel, Switzerland. “People in the hospitality industry”