Destinations International NewsBriefs

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As meeting and event planners prepare for 2019, it’s clear that financial pressure is poised to define the path of the sector going forward.
November 2018
There are no easy solutions to managing or getting ahead of overtourism, but one crucial step is measuring the pulse of the local community. That was the sentiment of a panel of industry insiders who...
November 2018
Tourism boards spend thousands of dollars in search of that one great idea that will draw tourists to their destination, but one tiny island off the coast of Taiwan shows that sometimes great tourism...
November 2018
Last year was all about solo travel, and the year before saw millennials make a big push in the travel industry. This year, the spotlight is back on family travel, with new research by GlobalData...
November 2018
Miami welcomed a record-breaking 16 million visitors between late 2017 and mid-2018, a number that was achieved despite the destination being hit by Hurricane Irma.
November 2018
Six out of 10 business trips are now ‘bleisure’ trips with vacation days added on.
November 2018
A new campaign called the "Tiaki Promise" is telling everybody traveling to the country to take responsibility for looking after it.
November 2018
Growth in U.S. domestic travel is leveling off after displaying months of robust growth, according to a survey by the U.S. Travel Association.
November 2018
This year, CTO has been working on changing its marketing up a bit so that visitors know how to take care of its beautiful state and learn more about what it has to offer.
November 2018
For travelers, the revival of the American small city has generally been a well-kept secret, said Chris Stone, head of the visitor bureau in Greenville, S.C.
November 2018

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