A New Tomorrow

ECM COVID-19 RESOURCE CENTRE

ECM wants to continue to empower the conversation during this unprecedented situation with a new initiative, “A New Tomorrow”.

The purpose is to share ideas and challenges, find inspiration in new practice and different approaches, and envision together with all of our members, a new future of destinations rebuilt and conventions reimagined to meet new traveler preferences and behaviour, a new tomorrow of DMOs repurposed.

Insight, research, analysis and benchmarking form a critical part of the capability and the potential of the association. By providing data, cities can benchmark themselves in terms of their performance in the Meetings Industry, their finance and sponsorship structures and their bednights and spend amongst other things. For the 50% of our members who do not have their own research departments, ECM can provide a unique and essential source of information and it will prioritise this activity within budget constraints.

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Data Informed Marketing Strategies for Recovery

#ANEWTOMORROW BLOG by Cara Frank, Chief of Staff / VP of Marketing, Simpleview Through close monitoring of customer sentiment, destinations can plan and target their marketing […]

Travel influencers can play a critical role in the recovery. We just need to think differently about them

LONG THINKER PANEL By Kash Bhattacharya, Editor of the blog BudgetTraveller.org and founder of AdoptaHostel.com Starved of travel during the pandemic, we’re all consuming more travel […]

The next virus victim could be tourism innovation

LONG THINKER PANEL By Laurent Queige, Director of Welcome CityLab Travel and tourism are the most impacted sectors of the Covid-19 pandemic. Its situation in Europe […]

A New Tourism Stigma After Corona?

May 13, 2020 In a focused session, our ECM partners shared some of their newest insights and data to help face the reputation issue the tourism […]