Destinations International NewsBriefs

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Businesses in Napa and Sonoma counties are no doubt counting on tourism to help them after these devastating fires.
October 2017
The Caribbean was suffering from a man-made marketing-funding crisis even before Mother Nature brought destructive hurricanes to its doorsteps this year.
October 2017
The strong visitor arrivals growth posted by Caribbean destinations in the first-half of 2017 will slow significantly during the second half and throughout 2018 as islands wracked by Hurricanes Irma...
October 2017
New DigitasLBi research, with an online survey conducted by Harris Poll, reveals that tailored messaging to black millennial travelers can be highly influential in their booking decisions.
October 2017
While mobile applications are not new technology, this is the first destination marketing app powered by the artificial intelligence of a gaming platform.
October 2017
As a DMO that primarily caters to visitors driving in from neighboring states, and with a social media strategy targeting millennials, Explore Georgia’s Digital Content Specialist, Parker Whidby,...
October 2017
Snap is working on a tool for marketers of hotels, restaurants, activity operators and other companies that have real-world locations.
October 2017

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