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RIGA, LATVIA   3rd & 4th October 2023

On October 4th, 2023, the Investment and Development Agency of Latvia  (LIAA) organizes the Baltic Sea Region Tourism Workshop in Riga, Latvia.


  • The event will focus on tourism trends and developments, with an overview of the potential that the region has to offer and how it can compete on a global stage to accomplish success in achieving safe and sustainable growth in the coming years.

  • Within a framework of “Sustainability and innovation in the tourism sector as the driving force for Baltic Sea Regional growth”, the workshop will bring together tourism suppliers and buyers from across the Baltic Sea Region to meet and further advance co-operation.

  • The Baltic Sea Region Tourism Workshop will feature keynote speakers and panel discussions with internationally recognised experts in the fields of sustainability and future technologies.


Forum discussion topics       

Session 1: A sustainable future for the Baltic Sea Region 

We consider the importance of sustainability in the Baltic Sea region and how sustainable tourism can be successfully developed by businesses and institutions of all sizes


Session 2: Innovation and technological developments for Baltic Sea regional tourism growth

We look at innovative new approaches to the development of tourism in the Baltic Sea region and how technology can be a key to the success in enhancing the competitiveness of the sector.

 B2B workshop

The workshop will include buyers and suppliers from Baltic Sea Region countries- Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, miscellaneous Buyers from other European Markets, other Tourism Partners.



We have negotiated a special rate for all suppliers at the AC Marriott Hotel in Riga

Book your special rate at the AC Marriott for BalticSeaForum2023 Suppliers

The Baltic Sea Region Tourism Workshop is organised back-to-back with the EUSBSR 14th Annual Forum 2023 - Safe and Sustainable EU Baltic Sea Region for future generations




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