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ITB Asia presents outlook on the future of the travel trade

SINGAPORE – Messe Berlin (Singapore), organizer of ITB Asia, “The Trade Show for the Asian Travel Market,” has announced another 4 new conferences to join the line-up for this year’s show.

Understanding emerging trends and opportunities in the online travel sector

Travel brands are constantly looking for new ways to enable meaningful experiences with their target consumers.

UNWTO activities at World Travel Market 2010

As tourism regains momentum following the worst economic downturn in its recent history, the sector is well aware of the importance of working together towards common objectives and staying abreast of

Building customer loyalty in a global economy

In the current economic situation, developing and keeping customer loyalty is essential. Recognize that in a global economy, customers have many more choices than ever before.

Growth projected for attractions and amusement parks elsewhere but US

US theme parks and attractions will see a decline in business, as their counterparts in emerging destinations, such as the Middle East, Africa and even Asia, are expected to grow, a top executive in t

Traveling Latin and African-American minority markets to grow in number and...

Today’s minority market, accounting for $90 billion a year on travel receipts, is getting close to becoming the majority travel market.

71% of foreign tourists enticed by Japan’s food

(eTN) - Eating Japanese food is the most commonly stated reason for visiting Japan among overseas tourists, according to a recent survey.In the survey, which allowed multiple answers and was conducted by Japan National Tourist Organization (JNTO), 71 percent of respondents cited Japanese cuisine among their motives for coming to Japan.

National Hotel and Tourism Institute demands independence

(TVLW) - The National Hotel and Tourism Institute (NAHOTI) is aiming to restructure the tourism industry by demanding greater financial and administrative independence for hotel establishments. This was the focus of a workshop held by NAHOTI last Saturday in Sana’a.