Markus Redl is the CEO of ecoplus Alpin GmbH, a consortium of state-owned ski resorts in Lower Austria. He also manages a program aimed at developing tourism in nine mountain resorts. In addition, he hosts the podcast "Pistenkilometer — There's No Business Like Snow Business" and contributes to the Tourismuspresse-Blog, discussing the future of snow sports and mountain tourism.
Previously, he worked as a ski instructor trainer, organized the Winter Universiade in Innsbruck/Seefeld in 2005, led the bid for the Innsbruck 2012 Youth Olympic Games, and served as a lecturer in sport management and sport tourism. He completed his diploma studies in sports science at the University of Vienna and earned a Master in Public Administration from Harvard as a Fulbright scholar.
Markus Redl is a highly regarded business leader in the Austrian winter sports community and a passionate advocate of sustainability initiatives in this sector. He will be presenting his vision and way forward for the future of snow sports. Sustainable Tourism Management is one the key strategic pillars of the Austrian National Tourist Office (ANTO). The Budapest Branch of ANTO is very pleased to contribute in this way to the high calibre programme of this years’ Sport Forum Hungary
What are the new trends and demands in mountain resorts and ski resorts? What opportunities and strategies are available for the professional and economic development of mountain tourism? Markus Redl, CEO of ecoplus Alpin GmbH, a consortium of state-owned ski resorts in Lower Austria, and an expert on the future of snow sports and mountain tourism, will address these questions, among others, in his presentation.
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