ANALYSIS: DIGITAL TRAVELERS HAVE CHANGED

Michael Trout -
The daily life of any marketing professional working in the travel and tourism industry is about trying to get travelers to book their next getaway, flight or accommodation through their product or se ...

THE WORLD GETS READY FOR CHINESE TOURISTS BUT BORDERS REMAIN CLOSED

Denise Chen -
In an increasingly uncertain panorama at different levels, attention is once again turning to Asian countries that still have closed borders, such as China. Whether restrictions will be lifted is one ...

EFFECT OF THE STRIKE: ECUADOR’S TOURISM SECTOR REPORTS 80% CANCELLATIONS

Richard Moor -
According to the Ministry of Tourism, each day of demonstrations and blocked roads and highways causes USD 2 million to USD 5 million in losses to the Ecuador ‘s tourism sector. ...

GREEN AREAS IN EUROPE SET TO SAVE THE TOURIST SEASON?

Daniel A. Tanner -
When it rains it pours, a saying that rings true today for tourism. Italy and Spain, the two European countries hit hardest by COVID-19, with both economies highly dependent on tourism activities, str ...

CRUISE LINES READY TO SET SAIL AFTER THE PANDEMIC – WITH CHANGES

Michael Trout -
Currently, the number one worry of cruise lines is to know how long it will take for restrictions to be lifted, but they also acknowledge that the COVID-19 crisis will represent big changes for the fu ...