Destinations International NewsBrief

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The future looks good for meetings and events. That was the vibe coming out of IMEX America in Las Vegas last week, even as some planners worry about trade tensions and a looming economic downturn.
September 2019
One of Europe’s biggest travel companies is no more and the damage it leaves in its wake is likely to take some time to clear.
September 2019
A new study that was initiated by the GCB German Convention Bureau analyses the impact, challenges and opportunities of the platform economy for the meetings and conference sector.
September 2019
The airline industry is on the defensive against climate activists as the aviation arm of the United Nation convenes Tuesday for an 11-day assembly in Montreal.
September 2019
Long Island, NY, is now tapping into community pride and increasing regional tourism with its own line of swag.
September 2019
The Mexican government defunded its national tourism board, forcing some hotel and resort towns south of the border to take matters into their own hands to avoid losing their biggest source of...
September 2019
Within the industry, Visit Napa Valley went from being what’s known as a destination marketing organization to a destination management organization.
September 2019
Visit Anaheim, the official destination organization for Anaheim, published new research Thursday that shows that as many as seven out of 10 U.S. drinkers have traveled to a destination specifically...
September 2019
Hawaii, Montana, and Maine are the three states whose economies depend most on outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, water sports, hunting and skiing.
September 2019
Against the backdrop of falling Chinese tourist numbers and increasingly hostile bilateral sentiment, Brand USA and San Diego Tourism Authority are taking matters into their own hands.
September 2019

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