Promoting Controversial Destinations: The Good, the Bad and the Morally Questionable

Promoting Controversial Destinations: The Good, the Bad and the Morally Questionable

6 Nov 2019, 12:15 - 13:15

Americas Inspiration Zone
Language:
English

As the world gets 'smaller', more and more visitors look further than their usual travel spots and beautiful locations. In the last couple of years we have seen a rising trend of content creators promoting destinations that have been in and out of some contentious conversations. Is there is a way to promote these locations well, can it be done and should it be done at all?

Contributors

  • Michael Ball

    Moderator

    Co-founder

    Traverse

    Michael is the co-founder of Traverse, a London based influencer marketing and events company. Prior to running Traverse, he worked in marketing and...

  • Kerwin McKenzie

    Speaker

    Author & Speaker

    Kerwin is an Amazon.com #1 best selling author, speaker and ex-airline employee who travels on average over 250,000 miles a year.He writes up-to-date...

  • Julie Falconer

    Speaker

    Travel Blogger & Speaker

    Julie falconer is a London-based travel blogger and speaker. She runs award-winning travel and lifestyle blog, A Lady in London, for which she has...