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AUCKLAND, New Zealand - Tourism leaders will "hunt as a pack" to bring extra visitors to the country, Tourism Industry Association chief executive Martin Snedden said today.
The World Travel Awards-Middle East have become a hot ticket on the agenda for awards across a myriad of categories in this tourism hub.
World Travel Market, the leading global event of the travel industry, today launches futuretravelleaders.TV, a dedicated channel featuring the travel and tourism’s rising stars of today and tomorrow
(eTN) - Former Permanent Secretary Rebecca Nabutoola, former Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) CEO Dr.
(eTN) - Time has finally ran out for the trio of accused, Ms. Rebecca Nabutola, a former Ministry of Tourism Permanent Secretary, Dr.
Geoffrey Lipman, President of the International Council of Tourism Partners (ICTP) was at Rio+20 to launch his new book, “Green Growth & Travelism: Letters from Leaders.”
The Americas Summit of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) will unite for the first time travel and tourism leaders from across the western hemisphere in Mexico’s Riviera Maya next month.
ST. THOMAS, United States Virgin Islands - The Caribbean's tourism leaders will assemble in the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) next week to discuss the critical importance of regional tourism.
BRUSSELS, Belgium - Caribbean tourism leaders and European Union (EU) officials have ended the first Caribbean tourism summit in the European capital with a greater understanding of each other’s con
ARUSHA, Tanzania (eTN) - During their recent meeting in Tanzania’s northern tourist city of Arusha, top tourism leaders from 14 member states of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) cal
ARUSHA, Tanzania (eTN) - Tourism in the Southern African region is facing a number of setbacks, which needs quick interventions from regional governments.
In 2009, Skål International is celebrating its 75th anniversary – a landmark year since its foundation as an international association in Paris on April 28, 1934.