Travel Trade

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Selling travel to millennials

Words by Ramsha Akhtar Selling travel to millennials Aldous Huxley said, “To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” Before the COVID-19 pandemic, environmental studies, reports

Technology

Demystifying AI for the Travel Business

Words by Gaurav Chiripal Thanks to billions of dollars of investment in refining technical performance and commercialization, AI is now accessible and poised to have an ever-increasing impact on the

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The Importance of Building Brand Loyalty in the Travel and Hospitality Industry

Words by Ramsha Akhtar Today, travellers have a seemingly endless variety of choices. No matter what type of business you run in the sector, there are always other companies offering

Travel Trade

Interview with Petra Hedorfer, CEO of the German National Tourist Board (GNTB)

An assessment of the current situation in the inbound tourism and a look at the future of travel to Germany The travel industry has been under extreme pressure since the

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HKTB Announces New Arrangements for Upcoming Mega Events

Playing its part in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has made new arrangements for upcoming mega events: Hong Kong WinterFest, Hong Kong New Year Countdown Celebrations,

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Brand new platform REPSUNITE launched to revolutionize the luxury travel industry

Special circumstances require special measures, especially this year with the corona pandemic on everyone’s shoulder. Some companies shy away from placing their brands in this environment in times of crisis.

Travel Trade

SATTE’s virtual avatar ‘SATTE GenX’ concluded successfully

SATTE, South Asia’s largest annual travel & tourism exhibition organized by Informa Markets in India (formerly UBM India), recently made its virtual debut. SATTE GenX, a virtual travel exhibition, was

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COVID-19’s Effects: Work Culture & Work Space Undergoing Transformation 

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” – Socrates By Rajib Roy Choudhury The realistic workplace

Travel Trade

Release SEIS urgently to save tourism

It is imperative that the government release the pending dues of tour operators under the Service Export from India Scheme (SEIS) as the first step to stimulate recovery in the tourism

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Travelport Study: Majority of travellers in India ready to consider domestic and international travel but only with proper safety measures in place

A recent research shows that communication of travel safety measures is key to regaining traveller confidence and that Indian travellers are amongst the most safety-conscious in the world. According to