SAVE THE DATE – TOURage 3rd Annual Conference in May, 2014

Monday, April 7, 2014

Third Annual Conference of TOURage project is going to be organized on 13th of May, in Rzeszów, Poland. This time „Aged tourism – challenge or opportunity for the modern tourism market” will be the leading theme of the conference. Everybody is welcomed to get  introduced with the draft program and register for participation.

The Annual conference will be an excellent place to get acquainted with the good practices of TOURage project partners as well as solutions related to the support of senior tourism sector in Podkarpackie Voivodeship, Poland and other regions of TOURage partnership.

Two parallel sessions will be organized where one of them is ”Marketing – should bring answers for the questions: do we have offer for aged tourists? How do we sell it? What is the demand?” and another is ”Structures – should bring answer for the questions: do we have proper staff and infrastructure for aged tourists? What do we need to create offer for them?”

The event will offer you a great opportunity to find out the results of the research done in whole TOURage partnership area to understand the demand of foreign seniors- tourists as well as be informed about experience of aged tourists potential and marketing approach in different regions in Europe.

The conference offers an opportunity to share the project results and to disseminate regional good practices in senior tourism to a wider European audience and also to stakeholders, experts, institutions, NGO’s and other civil society actors in the partner regions and Hungary.


Invitation letter find here

Program of Annual Conference find here

Registration for the conference find here


Deadline for registration is 15th of April, 2014.


TOURage - Every age is Tour age

About: TOURAGE is a project financed by the European Regional Development Fund and made possible by INTERREG IVC programme. It collaborates 11 partners from Bulgaria, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Poland, Slovakia and Spain. The Lead partner for the project is Regional Council of North Karelia (Finland).

The overall objective of the INTERREG IVC Programme is to improve the effectiveness of regional policies and instruments. A project builds on the exchange of experiences among partners who are ideally responsible for the development of their local and regional policies.

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