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March 14-18, 2016
 
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June 27,2014
This sustainable agrotourism and forestry course was designed to provide students the chance to discuss successful business models, management dynamics of sustainable agrotourism and forest reserve sites, and the proper management of scarce environmental resources. The course is comprised of a one-day classroom session at the AIM, and on-site visits and classroom sessions at the International Rice Research Institute, Los Banos, Laguna; Makiling Forest Reserve ASEAN Park, Laguna; Patis Tesoro B&B and Garden Café, San Pablo, Laguna; and Milea Bee Farm, Lipa, Batangas. Tourism can bring about many socio-economic benefits to communities throughout the Philippine archipelago. The private sector, the local government units (LGUs), and the arms of the national government are instrumental to development as they create the infrastructure, policies and planning procedures needed for tourism. They all support tourism businesses while conserving resources and ensuring community interests. The growth of Asian travelers is accompanied by technological developments that make travel more convenient. This makes the possibilities of digital travel endless. This was the general idea shared by the experts who participated in one of the track sessions of the 2nd Asian Business Conference - "Strengthening Connectivity: Tourism meets Technology Beyond ASEAN borders" last 27 June 2014 held at the Global Distance Learning Center of the Asian Institute of Management, Makati City.

 
 
February 16, 2012
   
Envisioned to develop and deliver high-quality information and professional education in tourism management, the AIM Dr. Andrew L. Tan Center for Tourism was established on February 16, 2012 by the Megaworld Foundation and the Asian Institute of Management. Tourism Secretary Ramon R. Jimenez delivered the inaugural lecture on the occasion of its launching.