A WAVE OF LAYOFFS IN TRAVEL TECH COMPANIES

Gary Diskin -
Several travel tech companies across the Atlantic have announced layoffs since the summer. Expedia, TripAdvisor, Navan, and now Sojern, a digital marketing platform for the tourism industry, have anno ...

MYANMAR'S TOURISM INDUSTRY LOOKS FORWARD TO THE CHINESE RETURN

Cecilia Garland -
Affected by the new coronavirus epidemic and the political situation, Myanmar's tourism industry was hit hard. In April last year, the border was reopened to foreign tourists. However, the data could ...

HOTELS IN LOMBARDY ARE SOLD OUT

Larry Brain -
Lombardy has reported a successful summer season with a desirable return from Chinese tourists. Hotel occupancy in Como and Lake Garda is 83% and 81%, respectively. Milan was also full, with luxury ho ...

MOROCCO’S TOURISM IS GRADUALLY RECOVERING

Bill Alen -
Morocco’s tourism is slowly getting back on track, according to the latest data published by the Directorate of Financial Studies and Forecasts (DEPF), which forecasts a double-digit increase in the n ...

CHINA'S FIRST CROSS-BORDER TOURISM COOPERATION ZONE OPENED

The Sino-Vietnamese Detian (Banyao) Waterfalls Cross-Border Tourism Cooperation Zone, China's first cross-border tourism cooperation zone, started its trial operation on September 15. The trial period ...