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Panel urges addressing tourism growth through good management

Bled, 3 September - Tourism is a fast-growing industry, where challenges are abundant. The issue of excessive growth was highlighted as one of them at a panel held as part of the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF) on Tuesday with panellists agreeing excessive tourism should be addressed through adequate management, tailored to each individual destination.

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The panel on tourism at the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF).
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Daniela Wagner, regional director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at the PATA travel association, participates in the panel on tourism at the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF).
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Slovenian Economy Ministry State Secretary Eva Štravs Podlogar participates in the panel on tourism at the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF).
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Valeria Duflot, co-founder and CEO of Venezia Autentica and Overtourism Solution from Italy, participates in the panel on tourism at the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF).
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Tanja Mihalič, a professor at the School of Economics and Business at the University of Ljubljana, participates in the panel on tourism at the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF).
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The panel on tourism at the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF).
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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Andrew Agius Muscat, secretary general of the Mediterranean Tourism Foundation from Malta, participates in the panel on tourism at the Bled Strategic Forum (BSF).
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