Destinations International NewsBrief

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

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Expect an explosion of creative destruction after COVID, said Tom Friedman, author and New York Times columnist at the opening of PCMA Convening Leaders 2021. Calling it "incredibly exciting and...
January 2021
Destinations International is committed to implement Equity, Diversity and Inclusion strategies and best practices and promise to work with our members and industry leaders to be the catalyst for...
January 2021
Companies are a microcosm of the social and cultural world in which they exist. True change involves a strategic plan to dismantle structural racism and bring all destinations to the ideal version of...
January 2021
House Speaker Scott Saiki intends to introduce a bill that would make travel to Hawaii easier when the state's House of Representatives reconvenes on January 20. According to KHON2, the proposal...
January 2021
If there's one thing a lot of people are looking forward to in 2021, it's the opportunity to travel again. When the time is right, the Gem State is ready to welcome visitors for an Idaho adventure....
January 2021
The World of Concrete gathering in June will likely be a good measuring stick for a comeback, said Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
January 2021
Areas like Quintana Roo have seen more visitors, but officials worry it could be short-lived as infections rise in the U.S. and Mexico.
January 2021
"Cannabis tourism" may be coming to an end in Amsterdam if the environmentalist mayor Femke Halsema gets her wish to ban foreign tourists from the city's coffee shops by the time coronavirus travel...
January 2021
Fewer than one in 10 tourism workers in the Middle East are women though this proportion is steadily increasing, new research has found. The Regional Report on Women in Tourism in the Middle East,...
January 2021
Puerto Rico's beaches, marinas and pools will reopen this week after a lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19. Puerto Rico Gov. Pedro Pierluisi announced an easing of restrictions that, along with...
January 2021

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