Destinations International News Briefs

Destinations International News Briefs is your primary resource for destination industry news.

With information gathered from leading sources, the weekly publication aims to tackle today's more pressing industry issues. Destination International's NewsBriefs includes the latest from the travel and tourism industry including news on specific destination organizations and leading professionals, tools and trends such as best practices and technology, and important association updates from Destinations International.

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Here’s a look at of some of the most interesting trends in online tourism marketing, and why certain destinations are leading the way.
September 2017
Millennials and baby boomers are constantly at the center of media and marketing attention. Older consumers have the experience, status and spending power; younger consumers are digital natives,...
September 2017
High-tech software companies and event production firms are rolling out new technologies, including facial recognition and emotional measurement software, to improve event security, streamline the...
September 2017
Told the campaign would only run for a few months, Milton Glaser did his work pro bono and refused to copyright it. The thinking was that if the logo was free to everyone, it would become part of the...
September 2017
The Valley’s wine story is so widely known that the destination marketing organization spends most of its advertising spend during the half of the year that doesn’t draw as many tourists to its...
September 2017
Advito’s 2018 Industry Forecast predicts a modest rise in global hotel rates and increased air travel that will have minimal impact on airfare prices, except in markets where demand is greatest.
September 2017
We are seeing it come up more and more – travel boycotts and bans rolled out in hopes of effecting political change. We've seen it in North Carolina with HB2 and with the Bathroom Bill in Texas....
September 2017

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