Criton Finalist in the World Tourism Forum Lucerne Startup Innovation Camp 2020
15th May 2020
We’re delighted to announce that Criton is one of the three finalists in the Hospitality category for the World Tourism Forum Lucerne (WTFL) Startup Innovation Camp 2020!
The selection was highly competitive as the call attracted many high potential candidates like Criton. Thus, the selection committee had the extremely difficult task of selecting the finalists from a pool of 260 candidates coming from 70 countries around the world.
As a finalist, our founder and CEO, Julie Grieve, is already entitled to go to #TravelTomorrowRasAlKhaimah free of charge and benefit from mentoring and specialized workshops from renowned business leaders.
Criton is also one step away from winning the Ras Al-Khaimah Innovation Award of 10,000 USD and “5 Minutes of Fame” on the main stage.
What is 2020 The Start Up Innovation Camp?
The Start Up Innovation Camps are yearly flagship initiatives of the World Tourism Forum Lucerne in Switzerland which aim to boost the innovation ecosystem in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry by connecting innovators across the industry to industry players, investors as well as helping scale and commercialise innovative solutions.
The 2020 Start Up Innovation Camp is organized together with the Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority, 2019/2020 Guest Country Partner in Ras Al Khaimah (UAE), and welcomes all stakeholders in the start up community to join them.
What is the The World Tourism Forum Lucerne?
The World Tourism Forum Lucerne is an exclusive platform where the world’s leading tourism, travel and hospitality companies meet to shape a more sustainable future. We provide decision-makers with in-depth insights into the core themes of the tourism industry and a unique global network. The World Tourism Forum Lucerne is the only platform to integrate start-ups, young executives and students in one program.
Over the past ten years, it has evolved into a year-round network of leaders and innovators who are driving positive change in the travel, tourism and hospitality industries. This includes an influential network of leaders from the business, education, politics, finance and community sectors.