Amanda Niode is an internationally renowned environmental and climate change educator and communicator. Her work background is varied, handling environmental specialties and climate change for Indonesian government agencies, multinational corporations, consulting companies, academic institutions, civil societies and international organizations. Amanda was appointed as a visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, outside Boston in the United States, and she has also lived in the United States. Amanda also serves as an Ambassador of the World Food Travel Association in Indonesia.
In this episode you'll learn:
- Why it's important to find and then share the stories about the area as well as the products and the people
- What goes into an area's "signature dish"How to motivate yourself to get started on a food tourism project of your own
- The destination marketing opportunity today for secondary and tertiary destinations
- Think about and develop unexpected food & beverage experiences
- The three things that make food travel memorable
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