TUI Group’s Corporate Office in Brussels hosted an event on the 3rd of July dedicated to TUI Care Foundation’s sustainable farming and tourism project in Crete. The “Taste Crete” project supports local farmers and producers in adopting more sustainable cultivation and production practices, and helps them to distribute their products to the island’s hotels.

The aim of the evening was to give European policymakers a vivid illustration of sustainable tourism and ...

Dr. Ralf Pastleitner

The European elections have concluded on 26 May, with the last polls closing late in the night in Italy. What this “great exercise of European democracy” (as one spokesperson put it) has brought forth will set the pace and direction of decision-making in Brussels for the coming years. The elections brought many successes and failures, but crucially also a welcome surprise: voter turnout. After turnout percentages had been on a long-term downwards trend ever since 1979, ...

The EU Green Week 2019 focused on environmental legislation and its implementation and aimed to bring insights into the benefits of such environmental regulation, identify problem areas, but also showcase best practices. The TUI Group Corporate Office EU organised a special Policy Breakfast on the 14th of May, being awarded official EU Green Week partner event status. 

Dr. Ralf Pastleitner

The latest in a series of successful Policy Breakfast events, the TUI Group Corporate Office EU hosted a new session on the 11th of April. This Policy Breakfast covered the topic: “European elections 2019: A fragmented political landscape? A reflection on the latest Eurobarometer results and Millennials’ views”.

Dr. Marc Drögemöller

On the occasion of ITB, the world's largest travel fair, last week a number of high-ranking politicians visited the TUI Group's office in Berlin. Group CEO Fritz Joussen‍, Board members Sebastian Ebel‍ and David Burling‍, Thomas Ellerbeck‍, Member Group Executive Committee and Helen Caron‍, Group Purchasing Director, welcomed tourism ministers and ambassadors from Spain, Greece, Mexico, Egypt, Tunisia, Cyprus, and Singapore. The talks focused on current topics ...