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Any company that can expand its datasets without sacrificing quality would surpass its competitors. That is precisely the promise of data-sharing partnerships. Take Tourism Australia's $50 million,...
February 2018
The ‘I Travel For…’ campaign uses short films and storytelling to shine the spotlight on unexpected experiences and less-explored destinations in Britain.
February 2018
American travelers have become more resilient and are less likely to change travel plans in the face of terrorism, natural disasters or other travel disruptors, executives said at the New York Times...
February 2018
The outlook for international business travel is generally optimistic, according to the Global Business Travel Forecast 2018 published by American Express Global Business Travel (GBT). Demand is...
February 2018
Officials are quick to point out that the tourism experience in Cape Town has not been significantly affected by the water shortage yet. Enver Duminy, CEO, Cape Town Tourism, said: "As it stands,...
February 2018
One out of two Americans need help using their vacation days, as juggling work, personal and children’s schedules deter them from planning out their time off.
February 2018
According to a recent survey conducted by Schofields, more than 40% of those under 33 prioritize ‘Instagrammability’ when choosing their next holiday spot.
February 2018

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