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Initiative for accessible tourism in Switzerland OK:GO

The desire to travel is in all of us. For people with disabilities and senior citizens, however, the well-deserved vacation involves intensive preparation. In order to enjoy a carefree time as much as possible, information about the accessibility of accommodations or leisure activities is needed even before departure. Many tourism providers in Switzerland have offers […]

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Hotel Valsana Arosa

The 4-star superior hotel Valsana in Arosa consistently implements sustainability. It has been Green Globe certified in 2020, making it one of the most sustainable hotels in Switzerland. Green Globe certification is a globally recognized, structured assessment of the sustainability performance of travel and tourism companies and their supply chain partners. As part of the […]

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KITRO

Excerpts from website: Kitro is a fully automatic food waste management solution for the food and beverage industry. KITRO provides customers with hardware and software that enables them to effortlessly reduce their food waste across the entire outlet. Reducing food costs and wasted resources for the hospitality industry is the goal of Kitro. KITRO seeks […]

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Innovationsgenerator 2.0

Excerpts from website Tourism in Switzerland is facing major challenges in dealing with the effects of the Corona pandemic, climate change and the constantly changing needs of guests. With the Innotour project Innovation Generator 2.0, supported by SECO, a broad-based project sponsorship wants to contribute to making the change sustainable. Using co-creation methods, the Innovation […]

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fairjourney – fairunterwegs – voyagéthique

Excerpt from the website. fairjourney is a non-profit organisation concerned with the social, cultural, economic and ecological impacts of tourism on development. Right from it’s inception, it’s aim has been to promote the cause of the disadvantaged population in tourist destinations by raising public awareness, by advocating fair trade in tourism in a critical dialogue […]

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