Destinations International NewsBrief

Destinations International NewsBrief is your primary resource for destination industry news.

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PCMA has just announced a new product designed to provide market intelligence and data analytics for the business events industry, enabling event professionals, organizations, hospitality providers...
May 2019
Fundamental concerns are being raised. If tourism is to have a sustainable future, we need to reorient our focus and put the well-being and interests of local residents at the forefront.
May 2019
Pure Michigan released an album showcasing a diversity of natural Michigan experiences through a combination of ambient noise and music, as part of its Pure Sounds of Michigan campaign.
May 2019
Tourism officials in Washington County announced this week they’d be borrowing some of Zion National Park’s international cachet as part of a new rebranding effort. But while the freshly-minted “...
May 2019
Wearing an “oculus” headset, people at travel trade shows are drawn in by virtual reality video to “Escape the Ordinary” and come to Ocean County.
May 2019
Eurovision 2019 didn’t bring the tens of thousands of tourists Israel had hoped for. But after the international song contest ended, Israel’s tourism industry is counting on the massive media...
May 2019
Tourism growth is under threat in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth, although operators remain bullish that travelers will keep booking.
May 2019
Bieber's music video "I'll Show You" was filmed at the canyon and seen by millions, creating overwhelming demand for the once-pristine spot. For a chance to follow in Bieber's footsteps, his fans are...
May 2019
A new Canadian tourism strategy is meant to help boost international visits to Canada during non-peak seasons by more than a million people and get visitors to see the country beyond Canada’s biggest...
May 2019
The battle for Cuba's economic future is being waged on its beaches. And at its all-inclusive resorts, dive sites and cobblestoned colonial plazas.
May 2019

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