Destinations International NewsBrief

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The cooperative marketing pact is meant to allow for enhanced communication among the tourism ministries of its member states and employ the specific strengths of each destination for the benefit of...
September 2019
The latest Travelhorizons survey conducted by travel marketing firm MMGY Global found that Americans are increasingly interested in immersing themselves in other cultures when selecting a vacation...
September 2019
The plan now is to create a unique experience tailored to fans of the docu-series.
September 2019
The Multnomah County board is expected to approve a novel use for tourism dollars this week: Paying for services to help homeless people find housing.
September 2019
In 2018, TripAdvisor said users posted 66 million reviews, and its fraud-detection technology rejected 2.1% of those, or about 1.4 million reviews — with about three-quarters of those blocked before...
September 2019
Despite the devastation of Hurricane Dorian on Grand Bahama and The Abacos, the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism...
September 2019
The Costa Rica Tourism Institute (ICT) launched a new advertising campaign in the United States and Canada on September 1, which features a custom-designed alphabet and five suggestive words: Balance...
September 2019
DMOs have existed in various forms more than 100 years, initially with a focus on convention travel management and later expanding to encompass leisure travel as well.
September 2019
In an effort to curb certain problematic issues affecting the Hawaiian Islands, the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) and the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) together are launching a new...
September 2019
Hong Kong’s tourism industry is being dealt a severe blow by the ongoing protests in the city, which are now in their 15th week.
September 2019

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