It will begin on Saturday, March 09th: After a team of 30 members, consisting of future Tourism Managers assesses all the approximately 12,000 exhibitors at the world's largest tourism trade fair during a three-day period, in particular with regard to creativity, originality, service awareness, sustainability and friendliness regarding customer contact, the awards for the best exhibitors will be bestowed at 06:00 p.m at the Palais am Funkturm. Following prizegiving, the CBS will invite to a champagne reception at the Zackenbar in front of the Palais.
The project will be managed by the Cologne consultancy COMPASS GmbH which specialises in Destination Management and Tourism Marketing. In turn, the event is organised under the motto "Travelling connects People". The patron is honorary president of the DRV and former BTW President Klaus Laepple.Date: 09.March 2013
Further information can be found under http://www.cbs-bea.de.
The CBS is a state-recognised and internationally oriented business school offering Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts business studies programmes with numerous specialisation options, whereby 8 of the 10 study courses are taught in English. All degree courses have been accredited by the Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA).
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