UNWTO and the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) forged a new cooperation agreement consolidating efforts on sustainable tourism and the protection of natural and cultural heritage.
A new VIP programme will be unveiled as part of the 11th annual edition of Travel Technology Europe, the dedicated event for the European travel technology community. Featuring high level learning sessions, peer-to-peer networking events and personalised one-to-one sourcing opportunities through pre-arrange appointments, the new VIP programme is specifically geared towards CIO’s, IT Directors, and senior decision makers and influencers.
International tourism marketing is getting a boost from the Tourism Review Digital Network (TRDN), the top multilingual news channel for travel and tourism news. The Tourism Review Media prides itself on the latest addition to their lineup: the Chinese language version of the tourism industry news. Everyone involved in international tourism recognizes the importance of marketing to emerging Asian markets especially rapid growth of the Chinese travel market.
World Travel Market 2013, the leading global event for the travel industry is set to boost the London economy by more than £160 million. The event - which runs from Monday 4 to Thursday 7 November at ExCeL, London exhibition centre - attracts around 50,000 of the global travel and tourism industry’s most senior executives, who come to London every year to profile the hottest travel destinations.
Esario, a well-known internet marketing company in Barcelona, today released the first edition of their monthly publication of reports about hotel chains' brand popularity on Facebook. The reports rank the biggest hotel brands in the world by market segment using a “Facebook Likes / Rooms” ratio meaning: “Total number of likes on Facebook” divided by “Hotel Brand Total number of rooms”.
The WTM Global Trends Report, in association with Euromonitor International, has a long standing history of accurately predicting trends set to impact the travel and tourism industry. The launch of the WTM Global Trends Report 2013 takes place on Monday, November 4 at World Travel Market, where the next key industry trends will be shared with the international media.
The Moscow City Government will be hosting another series of promotional events in a umber of key European airports between 22nd August and 14th September. Visitors to Heathrow, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Frankfurt, and Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino airports will be able to experience a virtual tour of Moscow, the capital of Russian Federation.
World Travel Market 2013, the leading global event for the travel industry, will focus on Brazil’s and Japan’s travel and tourism potential in its Origin Markets programme. The programme, organised by the European Tour Operators’ Association (ETOA), starts on Tuesday 5 November at 2.30pm in Platinum Suite 1, asking Where Next for Japan?
The seventh UNWTO & WTM Ministers' Summit will focus on how governments can better align their tourism and aviation policies for the benefit of both. Tourism Ministers and industry leaders attending the November 5 Summit – How to Bridge the Gap Between Tourism and Aviation Policies – will discuss new ways of ensuring greater joined-up thinking when formulating and implementing policy.
Niche operators in the cruise and family sectors can exploit the failings of not only mainstream agents but also Google, according to industry bosses at the latest World Travel Market CEO Round Table. Searching for family holidays online is difficult, according to Julia Lo Bue-Said Managing Director Advantage Travel Centres, because “what is needed when searching for a family holiday – adjoining rooms, suite only – are not reflected in the search categories.”
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