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With a diverse travel and tourism background, Alec brings a wealth of experience managing commercial sales, marketing, and distribution for high-volume museums and historical attractions throughout the world.
After years with the New Orleans Steamboat Company family of brands, which includes the Steamboat NATCHEZ and Gray Line Tours, he moved into travel tech, working with facilities such as The MET and the American Museum of Natural History to optimize their third-party resale partners through connectivity software.
After managing the North American region for an international multimedia interpretation company, Alec now runs his own consulting firm, working with museums and historical sites to optimize their commercial distribution and operational procedures.
Speaking at the Digital Income Summit
Wednesday 30th June
As museums and cultural institutions open their doors again, new restrictions weigh heavily on organizations with a long history of welcoming public crowds.
They are now faced with the task of formulating their operations to limit the number of individuals into their facility and configure their experience to allow visitors to maintain social distancing standards.
To scale their operation, institutions have been forced to implement a timed departure structure.
Using my commercial distribution experience for many high-volume reservation-based attractions, I have developed a how-to program including fundamentals to help your team strategize and implement.