BREXIT: A BOON FOR DOMESTIC TOURISM IN GREAT BRITAIN?

Theodore Slate -
The vote of British electors in favor of the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union (EU) in June 2016, commonly known as “Brexit,” will have consequences for the country's tourism industry, as ...

TOURISM REVIEW MEDIA IS DIVERSIFYING ITS SERVICES

Tourism Review Media has proudly announced that it has diversified and expand its services to help tourism industry professionals around the world and become a one-stop solution provider for the touri...

CHINESE TRAVELERS ARE CHANGING AND BREAKING MYTHS

Vanderlei J. Pollack -
It is the largest source market in the world, with a total of travels abroad that, by 2020, could reach the quota of 160 million. The Chinese travelers market is a veritable gold mine for Western dest...

TOURISM SHOULDN’T DEAL WITH AVERAGE TRAVELERS

Bill Alen -
We often like to generalize, and yet we remain unaware of how difficult this habit makes it for us when it comes to reaching our consumers. This trend is not unique to the tourism sector; nevertheless...

BUSINESS TRAVEL STILL BOOSTS FRENCH TOURISM

Joe McClain -
The business travel sector accounts for almost half of France's hotel business, but the economic crisis and the tendency to 'Uberize' everything are disrupting established practices....
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