ports & marinas,
has been released
the host city
of ASF 2015
The second edition of the Adriatic Sea Forum closed after two days of meetings and debates with a general feeling of optimism about the possibilities to achieve greater and better results for maritime tourism in the area.
More than 40 highly qualified speakers, coming from all the countries of Adriatic area and not only, contributed at the discussions and debates and they whole agreed upon the opportunities to work together producing common efforts in order to give the Adriatic the right place among the worldwide most renown tourist destinations.
A feeling shared also by the 200 and more delegates who followed the two-day meeting giving their own contribution. Where single countries and companies may not arrive, shared actions with adequate investments, supported by a common vision, may push the Adriatic, as it deserves, as a unique destination for maritime tourism and not only. This was probably the key message the Forum delivered, and from which many initiatives and projects may start from now on.
The Adriatic Sea Forum will continue to be the occasion to shed light on this: entrepreneurs, managers, stakeholders, public administrators, researchers and European projects representatives stated its interest and appreciation for the formula adopted by Adriatic Sea Forum, that during two days of works offered an important contribution in terms of contents, as well as occasions for meeting and business networking.
Adriatic Sea Forum, crucial meeting point to increase one’s knowledge, technical information, personal and professional relationships and to introduce and promote one’s entity and projects, achieved once again its main aim to favour the promotion of the whole Adriatic area through fitting choices and strategies, enhancing the cooperation among countries, regions and destinations. Risposte Turismo and Adriatic Sea Forum give the appointment at the next edition to continue talking together about the future development of maritime tourism in this important area.