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NTG has been advising destinations across the country for more than 15 years.
In his home state of Arizona, Mitch was chosen as the industry's "Tourism Champion of the Year."
NTG has been one of a handful of private sector representatives participating in the Tourism Education Futures Initiative, one of the world's most prominent gatherings of tourism academics.
NTG has been a key partner in applying cutting edge research to real world applications!
Dr. Danial Fesenmeier
Temple University National Laboratory of Tourism and eCommerece
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Mitch Nichols is President of Nichols Tourism Group, Inc. (NTG) and leads the strategic planning and product development activities of the firm. Mr. Nichols' expertise is focused on the study of a destination’s underlying economic factors, the impacts of changing market conditions and the resulting implications to product and destination performance. He has directed and overseen a wide range of strategic destination planning efforts, ranging from the states of Alaska to Sonora, Mexico. In all instances the challenge is similar, how do destinations or projects strategically prioritize their opportunities in ways that maximize their competitive position. The firm prides itself on developing strategies that are embraced on an industry-wide basis and are truly implementable.
With over thirty years of proven success in the destination marketing and management industry, Mr. David Radcliffe knows the operational challenges faced by Destination Management Organizations and how to implement creative solutions to maximize performance. He has not only directed CVBs for many years, he was chosen by his peers to serve as chairman of the International Association of Convention and Visitor Bureaus, the world's leading convention and tourism trade association.
The NLTeC is positioned in the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Temple University. Dr. Daniel Fesenmaier is the Director and one of the top tourism researchers in the United States. Dr. Fesenmaier analyzes and applies cutting edge research to today’s tourism challenges and during his over 30 year tenure, has been involved in tourism marketing and research projects for a diverse range of states, city and county tourism organizations. He is Editor-in-Chief, of the Journal of Information Technology and Tourism and serves on the Board of the Travel and Tourism Research Association.