Destinations International NewsBrief

Destinations International NewsBrief 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 NewsBrief 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.

Get Destinations International's NewsBrief delivered to your inbox every week. Subscribe here.

To have your destination news considered for inclusion in NewsBrief, please contact Caitlyn Blizzard at [email protected] and include a published link. For information on purchasing advertising space in NewsBrief, please contact Grant Connell at [email protected].

The web is currently transitioning from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0. In simple words, it is the third version of the internet, which is expected to bring autonomy to the existing internet through...
September 2022
Arkansas collected nearly $21 million in tourism tax revenue in 2021, eclipsing 2019's record $18 million.
September 2022
High gas prices and the ongoing pandemic didn't slow down too many travelers to the Yakima Valley this summer. The Yakima Valley Tourism department introduced beer and wine online passports to draw...
September 2022
President Biden bemoaned the state of U.S. airports as he touted the ways a bipartisan infrastructure law passed last year would help upgrade terminals, improve the passenger experience and reduce...
September 2022
The sustainable planning phase of Tunisia's destination marketing rebirth — the easy part — is done. Plan implementation is where the real work will begin.
September 2022
The tiny Dutch Caribbean island of Saba has been at the forefront of the eco-tourism movement for decades. And a big part of that has been the island's popular Sea...
September 2022
Accommodation bookings in London have increased as people from elsewhere in the UK and around the world make plans to head to the capital for the Queen's funeral, with some hotels apparently raising...
September 2022
Italy, Latvia, Israel, Mexico and Japan are just some of the far-flung places that appear in this year's guest book at the Saint Andrews welcome center. But it's the hundreds of travelers from...
September 2022
Saudi government announced a $20 billion project to redevelop old areas in the south of Jeddah, the second-largest city in the kingdom, to attract tourists and wealthy foreigners.
September 2022
Since 1987, South by Southwest (SXSW) and Austin has been a convergence of film, music, education and culture—a global destination for creative people to connect, collaborate and think outside the...
September 2022

Pages