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Topics: Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality, Albert Poghosyan, Augmented Reality, E-Tourism, Prof. Roman Egger, Google

Today’s episode is the last of our series on travel photography and Virtual Reality and I am very excited to chat to our guests, who are experts in the fields of VR and E-tourism. It’s quite an interesting topic and it is important to note last year already, the global virtual reality market size was valued at more than 10 billion dollars. It is also predicted in the near future, VR videos will become the ultimate tool in tourism marketing and travel planning. We will talk about how this specific technology can be used to revive the tourism industry and practical ways for small tourism businesses to adopt Virtual Reality. Albert Poghosyan, the founder of 360 Stories is our special guest and Prof. Roman Egger, head of the department of innovation and management in tourism of the university of Salzburg in Austria will be joining us later to answer our listeners’ questions.


[01:05] Albert’s background and why 360 Stories was created

[03:19] How to implement/adopt VR as a small tourism business

[05:20] Opportunity: How to become a 360 Stories partner/content creator

[06:21] Opinion: will VR ever replace physical experiences?

[07:18] Upcoming plans/projects for 360 Stories

[07:57] Albert’s Advice to fellow tourism entrepreneurs.

[09:27] Prof. Roman Egger answers our audience’s questions about AR/VR and the future of tourism

[21:52] That’s it for today! Coming up next: A chat with Venicia Guinot on business tourism in Africa and virtual events. Let’s keep in touch! Connect with us on Twitter and Instagram @tourismpreneur


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