On Tuesday the 6th of November, the TUI Group EU Corporate Office organised its third Policy Breakfast. This morning’s session regrouped many key stakeholders, reflecting TUI’s long standing engagement and cooperation at the EU-level. Given the success of the format and previous editions, the TUI Group EU Corporate Office expects to hold more sessions in the future where participants can gather to network and exchange ideas about relevant EU topics.

01
Oct
Dr. Ralf Pastleitner
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How do young people view Europe? A very important factor seems to be cultural exchange. As a study by TUI Stiftung found out, young people who have participated in an exchange programme are more open towards Europe. 78 per cent of participants approve of the EU, while this share is only at 69 per cent among non-participants. These are some of the key findings of the 2018 Youth Study by TUI Stiftung, presented to the Brussels audience in a policy breakfast on Thursday 27th September at ...

25
Sep
Dr. Marc Drögemöller

 

TUI Care Foundation and Plan International have joined forces to launch a new initiative in Hue City, Vietnam. The TUI Academy provides vocational training to 350 disadvantaged young women and men, out of which 180 will enrol in tourism related training. Students gain practical experience through a training programme at a social enterprise training restaurant to get their hospitality careers underway. With the TUI Academy at the core of the initiative, the project also builds on ...

29
Jun
Dr. Ralf Pastleitner
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Digitalization is at the heart of the EU innovation policy. Commission and Parliament work on, inter alia, boosting the EU’s capacity in artificial intelligence, accelerating the development of blockchain technologies and improving the accessibility of digital platforms. This is highly relevant for the tourism sector. That is why TUI took the initiative and invited officials from the European institutions, EU Member states, tourism industry players and digital frontrunners to its new ...

20
Jun
Dr. Ralf Pastleitner
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Digitalisation is dramatically transforming the way we live and work. And usage of data as the raw material of the digital economy can deliver huge economic and societal benefits. The value of the European data economy has the potential to grow to €1 trillion by 2025 if the right conditions are in place. Data is being used to improve public services and to drive better healthcare, environmental and security solutions. Nevertheless, there should also be a debate about data protection and ...