MU President Professor Karl Wöber recently attended the 2014 World Tourism Cities Federation (WTCF) Beijing Fragrant Hills Tourism Summit in Beijing from September 3-5th, themed ''World Tourism Cities: Market and Cooperation’’...[more]
Modul University Vienna was pleased to host two major events on September 11th and 12th, 2014: the 10th TourMIS Users’ Workshop (day 1) and the International Seminar on Knowledge Sharing for Tourism Destinations (day 2). 96...[more]
The International Symposium on Forecasting (ISF) is the leading forecasting conference attracting the world’s leading forecasting researchers, practitioners, and students. Three faculty members from the Department of Tourism and...[more]
MU’s Prof. Dr. Karl Wöber and Dr. Irem Önder attended the annual meeting of European Cities Marketing, held in Dresden, Germany between June 4th and 7th.
The focus of this year’s meeting was on “Young travellers, young...[more]
The historical walled city of Brugge, Belgium hosted the 45th Annual International Conference bringing together about 150 academic researchers and 40 managers from the travel and tourism industry.
This year’s conference theme...[more]
Astrid Dickinger and Lidija Lalicic from the Department of Tourism and Service Management recently headed to Valenica, Spain to attend the 43rd European Marketing Academy (EMAC), hosted by the University of Valencia.
The Austrian hotel sector is characterized by a large share of small to medium sized enterprises, although business sizes in Vienna are above average, with a median of 67 beds per establishment.
Currently, about one third...[more]