Destinations International NewsBrief

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During a panel at the World Travel and Tourism Council’s Global Summit in Seville, Spain, on Wednesday, various destination leaders from around the world gave some insight into how more robust...
April 2019
Fans of the HBO series are flocking to Croatia, Iceland and other countries where the show has filmed.
April 2019
A report released by the World Travel...
April 2019
The role that Google plays in travel is changing and has now done so over the course of a number of years. And, crucially, it is that evolving role that concerns executives through the industry.
April 2019
Since the eruption of Kilauea volcano last year, HTA reports tourism is down across the island and to help they're hitting the road.
April 2019
Prize-winning marketing campaigns can put distant destinations on the map. In the case of Newfoundland and Labrador, the easternmost province in Canada, “Find Yourself,” an umbrella marketing theme...
April 2019
At the opening ceremony of the 44th annual Tianguis Turistico, tourism executives minced no words about the new president's dismantling of the Mexico Tourism Board.
April 2019
According to the National Travel and Tourism Office, 45 percent of the 93 million Americans (41.8 million) traveling outside the United States flew to overseas destinations, a nine percent increase...
April 2019
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

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