SEGITTUR started work with Cayo Largo (Cuba) for its conversion into a smart destination in collaboration with the Gran Caribe hotel chain.
The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism is to work with Uruguay to implement the Smart Destinations model in the city of Montevideo via the State Company for Innovation Management and Tourism Technology (SEGITTUR).
SEGITTUR and the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) organise an advanced course on smart destinations due to take place between 27 and 31 March in Cartagena de Indias (Colombia).
The degree of digitalisation of tourism SMEs in Spain stands at 31.2%, considered basic, according to the first study on the digitalisation of small and micro tourism enterprises in Spain prepared by SEGITTUR with support from KPMG and the collaboration of the tourism sector.
SEGITTUR has produced the third edition of the Smart Destinations catalogue, the aim being to list the different products and services that can help destinations on their journey to becoming smart destinations.
SEGITTUR and Mastercard have entered into a collaboration agreement to promote the digital transformation of smart destinations.