Fabian Demicoli

Ministry for Tourism presents the Digital Tourism Roadmap 2030

 Malta Chamber of SMEs Deputy President Mr Philip Fenech and SME Chamber Head of Policy Mr Andrew Aquilina participated in a meeting organised by the Ministry for Tourism Turiżmu during which they were presented the  Digital Tourism Roadmap 2030.
 
The proposed areas of focus are:
 
  • Assisting the Tourism industry to invest in the digital product
  • Use of technology to enable further skilling, reskilling, and upskilling of the Human Resource
  • Enhancing the Digital experience towards personalise itineraries
  • Cross collaboration with stakeholders
  • Developing Research and Innovation in the sector

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