CELTH experts help offering post-COVID-19 perspectives for Yogyakarta


What does the tourism sector look like in the post-pandemic COVID-19 era? With this question CELTH was approach by the Pusat Studi Pariwisata (Center for Tourism Studies) at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia.

Tourism sector post-COVID-19?

As CELTH, we have a multitude of expertise and are willing to help destinations, businesses and organisations involved in the visitor economy to sketch a perspective that offers guidance in finding new ways to anticipate the future with confidence. CELTH was asked by to provide an overview of strategies in destination management and successful examples/practices from elsewhere in the world. This overview contains practical tools that help destinations, business and organisations build the destination of Yogyakarta back better.

3 webinars to help Yogyakarta build back better

The overview is divided over a series of three webinars that are programmed as follows:

  • Webinar 1 – 8th of April 2021: Business-as-usual or business-as-unusual? A scenario approach to the future of tourism
  • Webinar 2 – 26th of April 2021: A new perspective on balanced and responsible destinations
  • Webinar 3 – 21st of May 2021: A toolbox for destination development and visitor management

Close collaborating with PUM

This webinar series is the first event as being part of a recent collaboration with PUM Netherlands senior experts. PUM is an organisation that helps clients all over the world with growing their business. In order to do that, they often need to collaborate with an expert. PUM's experts are all volunteers who provide clients with practical advice and support them in applying it. Experts and clients work together, for as long as it takes until the client has enough knowledge to continue on their own. CELTH assists PUM in increasing their corporate volunteering strategy by making use of our network of experts and practical tools.