On the second session regarding “The future of Data Analysis in the Hospitality and Tourism Sector,” Dr. Ian Sutherland of Kyung-in Women’s University, South Korea, gave a thorough discussion on the current state of technology and the role that it plays in the future of Tourism and Hospitality industry.

He also underscored the importance of using the online data to make sound actions saying, “…it’s all open data, everybody has access to it, it’s just a matter of who can use that information to make better decisions.”

A total of 781 virtual and onsite participants from University of Antique and Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) was recorded on the last session.

The quest for knowledge regarding the Tourism and Hospitality Industry will continue on May 18 with HantiQuest: Latu sa Pananaliksik On-site Conference that will gather UA and PUP faculty and students at UA Paghi-usa Hall./IU