Destinations International NewsBrief

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A new report from Chinese luxury travel agency SparkleTour identifies the main keywords and trends in the development of high-end Chinese tourism.
April 2019
It turns out loyalty status and the power of the corporate card are a couple of reasons conference attendees don’t book inside a hotel block. Event organizers should do a better job informing...
April 2019
While “authentic” experiences have become increasingly popular with many travelers, pleasing ultra-wealthy travelers can mean turning the volume up a few notches.
April 2019
Travel leaders at the World Travel & Tourism Council Global Summit have a message for suppliers: Ignore sustainability at your peril.
April 2019
Visit Tampa Bay and advertising startup Carvertise are using ride-sharing to promote the destination within Florida and up north.
April 2019
In an effort to promote the Sunshine State as a top destination for special needs travel, Visit Florida launched a travel hub that features a range of resources for travelers with different special...
April 2019
Congestion pricing is coming to New York City. Will it affect tourism to the Big Apple?
April 2019
The next generation of wireless technology is far from being ready for prime time, but the nascent fifth generation, known as 5G, could bring far-reaching benefits to numerous sectors, including the...
April 2019
Speaking to an adoring crowd at the World Travel...
April 2019
The United States-Mexico Tourism Improvement Act of 2019 says a decline in Mexican visitors to the United States is "a critical economic trend given that Mexico is the biggest source if...
April 2019

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