Destinations International NewsBrief

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

With information gathered from leading sources, the weekly publication aims to tackle today's more pressing industry issues. Destination International's NewsBrief includes the latest from the travel and tourism industry including news on specific destination organizations and leading professionals, tools and trends such as best practices and technology, and important association updates from Destinations International.

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Experience is passé. Today’s top luxury marketers have moved on to a new way of looking at the customer journey. It’s now about intention.
September 2019
Increasingly, destinations are developing their brands through global search and social platforms, such as Google, Facebook, Instagram and WeChat. We take a closer look at these opportunities and...
September 2019
In a New York press conference, Francisco Javier García, the Dominican Republic minister of tourism, decried what he described as sensational media reporting of “unrelated” deaths and other incidents...
September 2019
Norway, like most countries in Western Europe, is experiencing record numbers of tourists, especially during the peak summer months. That influx of tourists is putting a strain on its natural wonders...
September 2019
Despite headwinds like economic uncertainty, a U.S. election and Brexit, meetings professionals predict steady growth across all meeting types for the fifth consecutive year, according to the 2020...
September 2019
Since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union more than three years ago, the country’s tourism industry has become something of a battleground for competing views over its future.
September 2019
International arrivals to the U.S. are slowing down, so the industry is right to worry that requiring travelers to disclose social media profiles as part of the online application for the visa waiver...
September 2019
Southern Grace Distilleries was named “North Carolina Visitor Attraction of the Year” by the North Carolina Travel Industry Association (NCTIA), and the Cabarrus County Convention...
September 2019
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

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