The CETT develops a line of research "tourism for all"

One of ISTO's members, the CETT, has developed a research line "tourism for all" as part of the Master's degree in sustainability and quality management. A recent contribution was made by student Alexandra Elizabeth Vargas Mazo through her master's thesis "Sustainable and accessible routes as a market opportunity towards tourism for all in Ecuador". Find the summary of this thesis here.

A collaboration between the CETT and ISTO began in March 2018 at ISTO's Board of Directors' meeting held at the CETT premises in Barcelona, Spain. Charles Bélanger, Director of ISTO, was also present during the defence of the thesis in question.