Tourism is the third largest EU economic sector. Its impact on economic growth, employment and social development of most EU countries is critical. This is the reason EU has committed to support in various ways tourism in the EU.

At the same time, European countries have a rich and colorful cultural heritage, which is one of their most valuable assets, in terms of cultural development and economic growth, especially tourism development. That is why it needs initiatives to preserve and promote it and, where possible, connect it to entrepreneurial activities.

The Enterprise Europe Network is directly involved in the support of SMEs, including those of tourism sector and cultural heritage, in co-operation with several local, regional, national and European stakeholders. The tourism and CH sector is consisted by many different types of SMEs, with different needs but a common goal: sector’s sustainability, development and innovation.

The EEN Tourism and Cultural Heritage Sector Group was created to bring together the large number of SMEs and various stakeholders activated in the tourism sector, to support them in their effort to stay or become even more competitive, to impulse innovation activities and encourage business cooperation at European level.

The Tourism and CH Sector Group is consisted by partners from countries or regions with a special interest in the tourism and CH sector and a large number of SMEs and institutions activated in it.

To contribute to the development of the tourism and cultural heritage sector throughout the countries of the Network, the Sector Group foresees to carry out different kind of activities, such as:

  • mapping the most important national, European and international conferences/fairs/workshops, which can represent a suitable opportunity for brokerage events, matchmaking activities and tourism promotion;
  • improving services for tourism SMEs through the dissemination of best practices, the identification of all possible synergies, the exchange of information, the consultation of experts and researchers, etc.;
  • classifying systematically all financing schemes at national and European level for tourism SMEs;
  • keeping a constant dialogue with the European authorities and with policy makers at national level to make them aware of the needs of tourism SMEs.
  • improving the coordination of different activities to protect the cultural heritage and the natural resources, which are carried out by companies, public and private research centers and by local, national and European institutions
  • backing the know-how and technology transfer by encouraging collaboration at all level and by creating networks, which bring together all relevant stakeholders;
  • classifying systematically all financing schemes at national and European level for the protection of the cultural heritage. With regard to the protection of natural resources, a better coordination with other Sector Groups concerned is necessary.

ZMVA is a member of the Sector Group “Tourism and Cultural Heritage” of the Enterprise Europe Network since its creation in 2008. The Tourism and Cultural Heritage Sector Group is composed at the moment by 30 members from 17countries. (e.g. Italy, Greece, Portugal, France, Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Cyprus, Poland, Sweden, Malta, Belgium, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia)

  • Sector Group “Tourism and Cultural Heritage”
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