Webinar 'Planning for a safe restart of the tourism industry'
Skål International Webinar Series #RebuildingTourism
'Planning for a safe restart of the tourism industry'.
With the participation of Harvard and Málaga Universities.
With an extensive global vaccination programme, the tourism industry is preparing to reopen. But is your business prepared for a safe return to business?
In this session we have discussed several effective actions for a safe return: what works (but few do), what doesn't work (and gives false confidence), as well as the consequences of not knowing the differences between them...
Presented by Ramón Sánchez Piña, PhD in Environmental Health from the Harvard School of Public Health and Principal Investigator on projects related to sustainability and technologies for disease prevention. We have also been joined in this analysis by María Luisa Gómez-Jiménez, PhD in Law, Tenured Professor of Administrative Law at Málaga University. The session was led by Daniela Otero, CEO of Skål International.
Language: Spanish, with simultaneous translation into English.
We accompany our members in the restart of the Tourism activity
"At such a crucial time when the reconstruction of the tourism industry is close at hand and many countries are already preparing for the opening up of tourism, Skål International wants to help tourism entrepreneurs and accompany them in the process.
In order to do so, we have contacted Harvard University and the University of Malaga and offer our members interesting information and tools to help them restart their activities."
Daniela Otero, CEO Skål International
Ramón Sánchez Piña
PhD in Environmental Health at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Dr. Ramón Sánchez is the current Director of the Sustainable Technologies and Health Program at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Since May 2020, he has taught weekly online courses on technologies and practices to prevent COVID-19, as well as pandemic containment strategies.
He is an instructor for the courses 'Designing Renewable Energy Projects', 'Sustainable Product Design and the Innovation Ecosystem' and 'Sustainable Manufacturing and Technologies' at Harvard University and is a featured speaker at the Harvard University School of Engineering.
Dr. Ramón Sánchez has a total of 15 inventions and 5 patents registered in the USA and Europe.
María Luisa Gómez-Jiménez
PhD in Law, Tenured Professor of Administrative Law at Málaga University (Spain).
María Luisa is deputy director of IBYDA (Institute for Bio-Technology and Blue Development) as well as a member of the Research Institute for Domotics and Energy Efficiency (UIDEE).
Her research career is oriented around Spatial Planning, Urban Sustainability, Environment, the right to e-health or Social Rights, among other topics.
María Luisa has been the first Spanish researcher at the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, an entity with which she collaborates actively.
She is also an Outstanding Scholar at Bournemouth University (UK) and has coordinated the participation of delegations of professors and students from the University of Málaga in international projects.
She is currently a full professor at Málaga University (Spain) in the Faculty of Social and Labour Studies.