While studying for my bachelor's degree, I had the opportunity to acquire experience in various sectors of the tourism industry. Tourist information, the airline industry and the hotel industry are some of the fields dotting my career path. I therefore decided to pursue my studies in the Tourism Development master's program at the UQAM School of Management. During this time, I wrote a paper on the tourism potential of several religious heritage sites in Montreal.
A lifelong learner, I proudly joined the dynamic team at the Tourism Intelligence Network in January 2012 to indulge my passion for travel on a daily basis as I follow the latest trends. I am working on several research projects, focussing more specifically on cultural and heritage tourism.
In the words of Jean Grenier, "One travels not to escape oneself—an impossible feat—but rather to find oneself."
Tweets of Camille
7 Hotel Trends to Watch in 2020
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Dans sa nouvelle campagne de promotion, Bergen mise sur sa diversité culturelle, ses communautés et ses contrastes…
How to embrace circular business models to progress towards the SDGs
WestJet announces $100,000 commitment to help grow Indigenous Tourism across Canada
La rareté de la main d’œuvre dans notre industrie nous préoccupe tous. Et si les étudiants étrangers faisaient part…
This Bright Yellow Food Truck Helps Local Chefs Kickstart Their Business
https://t.co/2n9TfNlWYP #foodtruck #goodpractice #HealthyFood
Comment transformer ses employés en ambassadeurs?
https://t.co/tzZsYJdbuC via @Infopresse #RessourcesHumaines #Branding #MarketingStrategy
Excellente nouvelle! La Ville de Moncton prélèvera bientôt une taxe sur l'hébergement
Guest Experience vs. Guest Engagement: Which Matters Most?
https://t.co/oCl8zDs1Ej #accommodation #guestexperience #CustomerService
Startup Turns London’s Empty Restaurant Tables Into Co-Working Desks
https://t.co/PQtLlJT3B3 @andco #remoteworker…