The TOURFLY project, which aims to contribute to the diversification of the tourism offer in the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon, was present, as part of its dissemination actions, at the annual meeting of the Council for Australasian Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) 2019, which took place between the 11th and the 14th February in Cairns (Australia, QLD) under the theme “Sustainability of tourism, hospitality and events in a disruptive digital age”. The project presented a communication intitled “Developing digital apps to co-create tourist's experience: increasing customer experience in Lisbon Metropolitan Area”, which was developed by Professors Graça Joaquim, Nuno Gustavo, Pedro Trindade and Raquel Moreira. This participation also allowed the development of networking actions and the collection of contributions to the project.
The CAUTHE is an organization that aims to represent the interests of higher education providers of tourism, hospitality and event education in Australia and New Zealand. This is one of the largest and most relevant scientific meetings in Oceania, counting on the participation of outstanding International Professors who teach, namely at Queensland University, the entity promoting the event.