The Future of Tourism: Ian Yeoman at TEDxGroningen

laatste update: 05-2021


Dr Ian Yeoman is a specialist travel and tourism futurologist who believes in Star Trek, is an eternal optimist, crazy about Sunderland AFC and enjoys cooking. Ian is a Visiting Professor at the European Tourism Futures Institute at Stenden University who commutes and holidays around the world. Author and editor of thirteen books including 2050: Tomorrows Tourism; Tomorrows Tourist and Family Tourism (with another three due for publication in 2014). A qualified teacher with a PhD in Operational Research. Ian is presently writing a thesis for a higher doctorate on ‘how we see the future of tourism’.

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  1. I thought this was excellent.  If you were patient and listened there were pearls. the whole "I messed up the files" gag was intentional.  Excellent presentation and the most relevant link on YT google when the search query is "the future of tourism"

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  2. "this is not going to change… 2050 will be not full of robots…" I think this is not something you can say for so sure if you consider Moores Law. i learnd nothing from this guy.

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  3. Please contribute to the Wikipedia article on sustainable tourism and make sure it highlights the awful air pollution caused by aviation emissions. We need packages that don't involve long (or any) air travel. When I was a child we travelled on holidays locally and had wonderful holidays meeting other people and enjoying nature. Why do people have to travel overseas (with plane travel) as a badge of honour and thus pollute the air and the environment, and harm human health?

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  4. excellent insights! if you're struggling with keeping your TOURISM BUSINESS afloat during the crisis, check out the interview I've just released – on strategies for travel entrepreneurs in covid times

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