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Ayako Ezaki

Managing Partner at TrainingAid

Hamburg, Germany

Professional Bio

Ayako Ezaki is Managing Partner and Co-Founder of TrainingAid. Having worked for over eight years in tourism professional training and education in the non-profit sector, Ayako specializes in content building, educational program design, and project planning. She also brings many years of experience in online communications, social media marketing, and web publishing.

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  1. Ayako Ezaki added a comment on Outbounding challenge: Lets Make A Literary Map Of The World!
    Here are some more inspirations for your reading list, especially for those who enjoy international books: list of 10 award-winning books by Asian writers in the last 10 years. Other than Mr. Murakami…
  2. Ayako Ezaki added a comment on Adventures Less Ordinary: Getting an Accurate Snapshot of Travel Generosity
    A new publication on voluntourism, travel-inspired community service, what to think about before, during and after taking an action to do good while traveling - edited by Ethan Gelber (@thetravelword)…
  3. Ayako Ezaki added an article Adventures Less Ordinary: Getting an Accurate Snapshot of Travel Generosity
  4. Ayako Ezaki added a comment on The Sharing Economy: the Good, the Bad and the Future
    Here are some recommendations for the sharing economy industry and participating businesses, based on a new report on "Unlocking the sharing economy" by Debbie Wosskow, founder of Love Home Swap. Coll…
  5. Ayako Ezaki added a comment on How Free Tours Have Become Big Business
    Thanks for sharing! I've been part of "free" walking tours in a few cities in Europe, and have always been curious about the model - how it really worked and how it's perceived by travelers and by t…
  6. Ayako Ezaki added a comment on Look beyond the lights…. reflections on Indigenous Tourism in Scandinavia
    @mcallisterjeff I agree with you on the above point about the focus of the article and on the balance of the specific and the general. The big-picture lessons shared in the article would be more effec…
  7. Ayako Ezaki added a comment on Another Extremely Important Reason To Travel
    Yes! And the impact of feeling the world - of making it your business to care about what goes on in a different part of the world - continues long after you come home. Travel is a powerful experience …
  8. Ayako Ezaki added a comment on Look beyond the lights…. reflections on Indigenous Tourism in Scandinavia
    Another key message of the article is how Indigenous tourism can help travelers learn about and learn from different world views, and experience diverse cultural expressions. I've been fortunate to ha…
  9. Ayako Ezaki added a comment on Look beyond the lights…. reflections on Indigenous Tourism in Scandinavia
    A few years ago, I had a conversation with a founder or "Visit Sápmi", who said that the national tourism board would often use and benefit from the beautiful imagery of traditional clothing and lifes…
  10. Ayako Ezaki added a comment on Online classes in travel and tourism
    I've signed up for this, and have very much enjoyed the first few lessons!