Students come to the rescue - ideas for boosting Estonian tourism
Students of TalTech international joint master's programme in Public Sector Innovation and E-Governance (PIONEER) were looking for solutions with term papers to boost tourism in Estonia. The solutions focused on how to get tourists out of Tallinn and covered aspects related to services, policymaking and the digital society.
The project was developed in collaboration with a public sector innovation team and involved TalTech undergraduate students in public administration.
The solutions will be introduced on November 29 at Fotografiska, view the presentations live on TalTech Facebook.
9.00 – introduction
9.15 – Viljandi: Family tourism
9.40 – North-East Estonia: Family tourism
10.05 – focus on Western European tourists with deep interest in nature, ornitology, bird migration, wildlife spotting
10.30 – Setomaa: Western Europeans Cultural Experience
10.55 – focus on Western European tourist with interest in National parks, hiking trails, bike trip
11.20 – Narva: Focus on history-oriented Western European tourist with (incl Soviet legacey)
11.45 – final discussion
12.00 – official end
We asked Veiko Lember, the Estonian coordinator of the joint programme, what exactly is the PIONEER. View the interview!