ENTER2015 Keynotes

The keynote speakers at ENTER2015 conference will include well known researchers as well as industry representatives, who will discuss important current and future issues of eTourism.

The following list of keynote speakers will be updated, as soon as the speakers are confirmed.



Jukka Pekka Onnela

Assistant Professor in the Department of Biostatistics, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University


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David Topolewski

CEO at QOOCO


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Kelly McGuire, PhD

Executive Director, Hospitality and Travel Global Practice, SAS


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Jean-Luc Boulin

Director MOPA


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Tomasz Janowski

Head of United Nations University Operating Unit on Policy-Driven Electronic Governance (UNU-EGOV)


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Juan Antonio Zufiria

General Manager of Global Technology Services, IBM Europe


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Victor Schlegel

Head of Business Intelligence / Big Data Services, SWISSCOM

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Testimonials
Bruce Martin, Founder - Ginger Juice: Social Media for Tourism
Bruce Martin, Founder - Ginger Juice: Social Media for Tourism
ENTER is a superb conference to attend. It provides a valuable link between tourism academia and the tourism industry.  The conference covers a wide range of interesting and relevant topics from the global online travel sector.  The IFITT community is very supportive and I have gained great insight from meeting people at events. I am very much looking forward to being part of ENTER2015.

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Speakers
  • Jukka Pekka photo
  • Topolewski photo
  • Kelly McGuire photo
  • Jean-Luc Boulin photo
  • Tomasz Janowski photo
  • Juan Antonio Zufiria photo
  • Victor Schlegel photo