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IMBA holder virtuel årsmøde den 18 juni IMBA holder virtuel årsmøde den 18 juni
Den Internationale Mountainbike Association IBMA Europe har i år henlagt deres årlige topmøde til cyperspace. IMBA holder virtuel årsmøde den 18 juni

Sidste år havde Danmark og Silkeborg æren at være vært for IMBA Europes årlige topmøde der strakte sig over fire dage. I år skulle Polen have været vært i forrige måned, men blev af indlysende grunde aflyst.  I stedet afholdes en mere beskenden virtuel konference  torsdag den 18 juni fra kl. 15 til 16.30.

Teamet er det arbejde og potentiale der ligger efter Corona Pandemien.    Nogle af emnerne er hvordan MTB turismen vil og kan udforme sig i fremtiden i henhold til EU genoprettelsesplanen og den Grønne aftale.

En række eksperter på området vil give deres bud og input.: Gergana Nikolova, Regional Director Europe & Central Asia of the Adventure Travel Trade Association, Teodora Marinska, European Travel Commission (Head of Finances and Public Affairs), Thomas Egger, Director of the Schweizerische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für die Berggebiete and Thomas Larsen Schmidt, President of IMBA Europe.

Den faste panelliste består af  Randy Neufeld, SRAM Cycling Fund, Luca d’Angelo, Destination Manager Dolomiti Paganella Tourism Board and Mike McClure, president of the European Network of Outdoor Sports and Lee Cragie (invited), former pro mountain bike rider and Active Nation Commision for Scotland.  Ordstyrer er Kevin Mayne, CEO Cycling Industries Europe, Board Member IMBA Europe

Det foreløbige program ser således ud:

DRAFT SUMMIT AGENDA
Welcome remarks and introduction of keynote speakers by Kevin Mayne, CEO Cycling Industries Europe, Board Member IMBA Europe

KEYNOTES
How to safely resume travel & reboot Europe’s tourism sector – Teodora Marinska, Head of Finance and Public Affairs of the European Travel Commission
A shift towards a more active nation and sustainable ways to live – Lee Craigie, Active Nation Commissioner for Scotland, co-founder of the Adventure Syndicate
The ability of MTB & trail infrastructure to transform communities and strengthen economies -Thomas Larsen Schmidt, President of IMBA Europe
Transition to a more responsible and sustainable tourism & adventure travel industry- Gergana Nikolova, Regional Director Europe & Central Asia of the ATTA
Keynote presentations are followed by a short Q&A session

PANEL: MOUNTAIN BIKING IN A POST-COVID ERA
How MTB tourism and MTB facilities will look post-COVID
How MTB’s economic potential & benefits to society can be unlocked during re-opening and recovery planning
Where MTB fits in the EU Recovery Plan and Green Deal
How local MTB participation and markets can be stimulated
Moderated by Kevin Mayne

PANELISTS:
Randy Neufeld, Director SRAM Cycling Fund,
Thomas Egger, Director of the Swiss Centre for mountain regions (SAB),
Luca d ’Angelo, Director Dolomiti Paganella Tourism
Mike McClure, President of the European Network of Outdoor Sports.
Summary and conclusions

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