Dmytro joined Google Ukraine in July 2010. He is responsible for product promotion and interaction with tourism and retail (incl. e-commerce) clients.
Before that he worked as Account Manager in local and network advertising companies and as Project Manager for international clients in retail, telecommunications and FMCG.
Dmytro received his degree in International Economics at the National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”.
He is passionate about snowboarding, swimming and travel.
He ran the London office of the National Educational Travel Council, hiring and training guides as well as running operations and contracting. Nick had attended ETOA’s workshops and seminars as an operator for many years when he finally accepted a full-time position at the association in 2009.
role at ETOA, Nick deals above all with the various tour operator
members of ETOA. He covers many areas: organising commercial workshops;
responding to members’ queries; lobbying politicians on issues at a
local, national and European level; and writing articles on travel and
Nick lives in Highbury, London, is a passionate Arsenal supporter and speaks seven languages
Managing Partner at Glory Box Ukraine (strategic communications agency), founder and leader of the cultural project FRESH INSIGHTS, Master of Philosophy (London, UK)
Irina has over 15 years of professional track-record in communications (Strategic Corporate, Marketing and Brand Communications, Investor Relations, Publicity & PR) at international and leading Ukrainian companies. Among her successfully implemented projects – hospitality industry, tourism and travel development campaigns etc.
She is the author of numerous publications on strategic communications, leadership and development strategies; partner in a number of social and cultural initiatives; author and columnist for such publications as Korrespondent, Focus, YANA Luxury Travelling and others.
Tom Hulton joined the international advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather in 1970 following a short career in the British army. With O&M, he was based in London and Singapore directing a number of hotel and tourism accounts.
He joined Trusthouse Forte Hotels
for a period of 8 years as Director of Sales for the Asia Pacific and
Middle East. During this time, he was also Director of Sales and
Marketing at Grosvenor House Hotel in London. In 1985, Tom Hulton joined
Supranational Hotels in London as Managing Director and over a period
of seven years, and developed this reservation and marketing hotel consortia
into the third largest in the world.
Following three years as Secretary General of the International Hotel Association based in Paris, he joined the International Congress and Convention Association as Chief Executive Officer based in Amsterdam. In July 2002 and after nearly eight years with ICCA, Tom Hulton decided to return to the UK and set up his own consultancy.
He currently works with IMEX as Director of International Relations, with special responsibilities, for helping to raise the political profile of business tourism within Government circles in Europe. He has also developed the IMEX Future Leaders Forum and the Professional Development Pavilion.
In 2011, he was awarded the ICCA Moises Schuster Award for outstanding services to the industry.
“The Forum is first of all and most importantly about generating debate within Ukraine and within the city. Because until that debate happens at local level, no country, no destination, no city can actually really compete on the international market.”
“Для меня как организатора событий важно встретить коллег и пообщаться с коллегами из соседних областей: из области туризма, из области отелей и ресторанов. Это также чудесная возможность найти точки соприкосновения, где мы можем помочь друг другу.”
“Через обговорення і зустрічі в рамках Форуму ми краще розуміємо, які ще потрібно заходи і пріоритети визначити, для того щоб ми дійсно спромоглися реалізувати комплексну стратегію розвитку міста і робити місто комфортним, привабливим для мешканців і для бізнесу.”