The story of tourism – How to create and convey an experience

first_imgEncouraged by another seemingly successful tourist season in Croatia, the Student Section of the Croatian Public Relations Association, with the support of the Edward Bernays College of Communication Management, launched an education called The Story of Tourism.The education is intended for students of all higher education institutions in Croatia, and especially for students of tourism and communications. The aim of the Story is to present the latest trends in tourism, show the importance of education in this area and bring together ways to successfully brand a tourist destination. The Story of Tourism will be held from 18 to 20 September at Bernays.The story of tourism is thematically related to the way of communicating in tourism and creating emotion through various activities. It is divided into six lectures and three interactive workshops held by renowned lecturers and renowned experts, during which participants will have the opportunity to learn how to create an experience in tourism, discover the importance of media in promoting and branding a tourist destination and try yourself as creators about a particular destination. “As many experts point out, and as much as we have had the opportunity to learn during our studies, tourism needs constant innovation and creative communication, which public relations and various communication activities can provide. It is much more than beach, sea and sun. What we all bring with us from the trip is that well-known indelible experience, and it was precisely the ways of creating that experience and emotion in tourism that were our main guidelines during the creation of the PRiče program.. ”Said Ivan Biošić, head of the Student Section of HUOJ.The project was also supported by Edward Bernays College of Communication Management, which this summer presented its own, tourism studies, which are related to the concept of new economies, follow modern trends and are designed to teach students creativity, branding, communication, new management concept. and the economy of experience.You can check out more about the event at www.pricaoturizmu.com.hrlast_img read more

September Surge: Pennsylvanians Love Online Voter Registration

first_img  SHARE  TWEET Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf Innovation,  The Blog,  Voting & Elections The numbers are in and what they show is clear: Pennsylvanians are loving online voter registration (OVR) with more applications being filed online than by paper form and besting totals from the last two presidential elections.If you aren’t registered yet, stop reading this blog and do it now (or before the October 11 deadline) at register.votespa.com.Now, in September alone, a whopping 172,256 residents used OVR to register for the first time (122,021) or update their existing registration (50,235).That is about 20,000 more than the 152,912 who used a paper form last month.Combined that’s 325,168 applications, which outpaces both the 284,236 applications in September 2008 and the 186,449 applications in September 2012.Governor Wolf and Secretary of State Cortés launched OVR to make voter registration more convenient, secure and accessible. Since then, more than 675,000 Pennsylvanians have used OVR.New this year is 2Vote, a voter registration text messaging service. Simply text “PA” to “2Vote” (28683) on a smartphone and you will receive a link that provides direct access to the online voter registration application, as well as links to check voter registration status, locate your polling place and find contact information for county offices and the Department of State.The Department of State’s website votespa.com, available in English and Spanish, also offers a polling place locator and county boards of elections contact information. It also includes tips for first-time voters and members of the military.In addition, voters can familiarize themselves with the voting system they will use in their home county on Election Day.For more information on voter registration, call the Department of State’s toll-free hotline at 1-877-VOTESPA (1-877-868-3772) or visit VotesPA.com. By: J.J. Abbott, Deputy Press Secretary October 05, 2016 September Surge: Pennsylvanians Love Online Voter Registration SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more