Destinations International NewsBrief

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The Caribbean’s top-drawing destination is poised to shatter previously set visitor arrival records in 2019. While the nation may not achieve President Danilo Medina’s earlier prediction of 10...
April 2019
Destination marketers, tourism brands and smaller travel brand marketers are used to feeling like the odd ones out when they hear about trends in travel marketing for many reasons. The recently...
April 2019
When you are promoting a destination that, for most of the world, seems to be in the middle of nowhere, you have to get creative in your marketing efforts. Recent prize-winning campaigns out of the...
April 2019
According to the World Travel...
April 2019
Bloomberg Media Group and the World Travel and Tourism Council recently released their report,“World, Transformed: Megatrends and Their Implications for Travel and Tourism.” I spoke with Tiffany...
April 2019
Latin America remains an under-visited destination for Chinese tourists, mostly due to a lack of direct flights and the perception that it’s an unsafe destination. That doesn’t mean that adventurous...
April 2019
That self–disparaging Nebraska Tourism campaign that garnered national attention officially kicked off Monday. “Nebraska is kind of like that odd kid,” said one of the ads released on Monday.
April 2019
Six of Australia’s leading travel influencers will put their experience in the hands of their audience via South African Tourism’s “Choose Your Adventure” Campaign.
April 2019
Some state lawmakers and business leaders hope this could be the year to better promote Connecticut as a tourist destination following years of tight budgets. Ideas include overhauling the state's...
April 2019
Many marketers default to the major platforms when it comes to social media, but solely focusing on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat will limit a campaign’s potential. New platforms are...
April 2019

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