"Keynote Speaker"

Cedric Michiels

Cédric Michiels

Mr Cédric Michiels holds an Executive MBA from the University of Barcelona as well as is a holder of a Diploma International Business Hotel Catering Management from Galway Mayo Institute of Technology, Ireland. Additionally, he studied his Associate Arts Degree in Acting and Film Directing at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, USA. Mr […]


Professor Stephen Engelking

In his younger years, Stephen studied at the London University for a teaching degree and majored in religious studies. These studies brought him into a new world of thinking and new contacts. It was during this time that he met Hugh Schonfield and Willi Haller to corroborate on reformulating societies based on equity and justice. […]


Professor Stephen W. Boyd

Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Ulster Business School University of Ulster Stephen Boyd is Professor of Tourism at Ulster University in Northern Ireland, UK, where he was appointed to the chair of tourism in 2004. Prior to that he taught at Otago University in New Zealand, Staffordshire University in England and the University of […]

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Dr Nadzeya Kalbaska

Nadzeya Kalbaska, PhD, is a lecturer and a postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Communication Sciences at the Università della Svizzera italiana (USI, University of Lugano, Switzerland). Her research focus is on Human Resource Management and eLearning application in the hospitality and tourism industry. Nadzeya manages various applied research projects at the webatelier.net laboratory. She […]

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Dr Peter Bolan

Peter is a Senior Lecturer and Director of International Travel and Tourism Management in the Ulster Business School at Ulster University. His research interests and consultancy specialisms include golf tourism, film tourism and digital tourism, all of which he has published numerous articles and book chapters on. With regard to golf Peter has been researching […]


Dr Morag Thow

Dr Thow has worked at Glasgow Caledonian University for over 25 years in the Physiotherapy Division.  Her main areas of research and development has focused on exercise and positive health. She has been involved in the development of many national guidelines including the SIGN (Scottish Intercollegiate Guideline Network ) on cardiac rehabilitation primarily in exercise […]