Photo: Linda Wasell
Not all treasures are silver and gold - ours are the past, present and future pearls of projects we are extra proud being a part of!
Business development for companies in the tourism industry
Kurbits is a national business development program, tailor made for the tourism industry. The programs spans during a 4-6-month period, with one meeting per month, under the guidance of a specially trained process leader. Meetings are held in a workshop format, alternating new information with inspiration, cases and tools. External speakers and experts are also invited to the the meetings to share their knowledge and experience. Between meetings, each participant receives personal coaching on-site at their respective businesses and work with concrete tools to help them put words into action.
Kurbits has been awarded ”Good Practice” by the EU for cross-sector initiatives and innovation in the area of tourism as a means to stimulate competitiveness in small and medium-sized enterprises.e
Future Fridays are proud to be process leaders and coaches in such a great program. It’s pure joy to meet and coach dedicated company owners on their journey towards earning more money on what they already know!
The South Sinai Bedouin Tribes are working together as one with the Sinai Trail, Egypt’s first long distance hiking trail. Community Based Tourism in a small sustainable scale to stimulate the transfer of knowledge and preservation of culture from the elders to the younger generation and also create income for the locals. Future Fridays hiked the trail for ten days as part of a storytelling team. With the production we will support the Sinai Trail to help them promote themselves. We feel honoured to be contributors in such a great project and can’t wait to go back again. Our participation was also a pilot and an important step for a future initiative we are building together with our friends from WideOyster.
Adventure Sweden Days in the Southern Åre Mountains, Sweden in September 2018. Hiking, canoeing, fishing, foraging and cooking outdoors with samples of artisan foods from Jämtland Härjedalen. An unforgettable autumn adventure and rewilding experience with first snow, refreshing autumn winds, rain and bright sunshine. The regional tourism organisation Jämtland Härjedalen Tourism invited to parallell visits by media and tour operators. Participants in Adventure Sweden Days 2018: Travel past 50, Epic Trails, National Geographic Traveler UK, Wide Oyster and IGO Adventures.
livet i åre
A Swedish pod about living in Åre
The pod “Livet i Åre” is hosted by Karin and her friend and neighbour Cissi. The mission is to get people to enjoy life more, in Åre or wherever you are! In the podcast you get their perspective of how to spend your days and life to get the most out of it!
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