Risk prevention and crisis management in tourism

Risk prevention and crisis management are becoming increasingly important in today’s world, especially in tourism.

As part of a project by the European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency (EISMEA), we supported twelve destinations in seven EU countries in identifying their risks for the tourism sector and developing an action plan to strengthen resilience and crisis management.

Climate change and the direct or indirect impact of armed conflicts are just two examples of risks that have been given particular attention.

With the action plan, the destinations now have a good basis for raising awareness of risks among tourism stakeholders and working together to prevent and minimize them in the future.

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