|Toni Morosani||President (part of Managing Board since 2019)||2022|
|Corina Issler Baetschi||Vice president (part of Managing Board since 2015)||2021|
|Philipp Wilhelm||Representative of the community of Davos||2021|
Overview Managing Board (Term of Office: General Meeting 2018 - 2021)
Members of the cooperative of the Davos Destinations-Organisation (Cooperative)
On the occasion of the referendum of 30 June 2019, the people of Klosters voted in favour of the municipality of Klosters-Serneus and Davos Destinations-Organisation (cooperative) concluding a service agreement for the management of the Tourism Monastery as of 1 November 2019. Tourism Klosters will be outsourced as an independent department of the Davos Destinations-Organisation (cooperative). The Tourism Klosters commission is responsible for the strategic orientation.
The municipality of Klosters-Serneus and the Klosters tourism organisation jointly promote sporting and cultural events in Klosters. For this purpose they run a sports and a cultural fund. The two funds are used to make contributions on behalf of the Klosters Tourist Organisation and the municipality of Klosters-Serneus to larger, mainly sports-oriented and cultural events in the interest of the guest, with the aim of creating and maintaining overnight stays and adding value. Clubs, associations or interest groups which claim contributions from the Sports and Cultural Fund submit their written and justified applications by 30 April for the summer and 30 September for the winter. Contributions will generally take the form of deficit guarantees or à fonds perdu contributions. As a rule, no contributions are paid to individuals or groups of people who are not organised. Applications should be submitted to the following address: Sports Fund Klosters, or, Cultur Fond Klosters, c/o Destination Davos Klosters, Alte Bahnhofstrasse 6, 7250 Klosters.
Here you can find statistics and data about the touristic development of Davos Klosters. The statistics were collected and collated by the Davos Resort Organisation (Cooperative). Part of the data goes back to 1943.
In recent years, alpine holiday destinations have been facing more and shorter stays and growing competition from city breaks and coastal holidays. Davos Klosters is facing this challenge had-on with campaigns such as the “Premium Card” and attractive packages, along with many further measures. Strategically, building a destination with Klosters is one of the most important of these measures. This enables the Davos Klosters Resort to offer its guests an even better, more comfortable and more convenient experience as a “whole company”.