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The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) provided its support at the inauguration in Argentina of the first specialized hub for tourism in the Americas -...
Quintana Roo Tourism Board was recognized as a 2018 Partner Award winner for the Destination Campaign of the Year in Latin America by Expedia Group Media Solutions.
Active shooter incidents used to be rare events. People are now realizing there is a higher potential for being involved in one as the frequency of these events increases. According to a 2018 FBI report, twenty-one states around the country, from California to Maryland, saw active shooter incidents in the two-year period from 2016 to 2017, ten more than in the previous two-year perio
The iconic HOTEL DU PONT which opened in 1913 and remains an internationally-renowned architectural jewel, has named industry veteran, Greg Kavanagh, as Managing Director....
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) has revealed the host site for its 22nd annual American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC.) In September...
The third cultural tourism conference (3-5 December) organized jointly between the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization...
Leaders will hold talks, workshops, and programs while also learning about the region and culture of Latin America at the BestCities Global Forum to be held in Bogota.
The downturn is changing how business and vacations travelers are making decisions.
The Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) is moving fast to implement five new strategies to revive and stimulate Thailand’s MICE industry in 2009.
Carnival Corp. is the world's largest cruise company, but it won't lay claim to the world's biggest ship and says it couldn't care less about that.
Flexible pricing, flat rate, dynamic pricing, and floating rates - all Revenue Management (RM) must begin with a scientific approach to developing a pricing strategy or all yielding will be done to in
CASTRIES, St. Lucia - While the price of oil sky-rockets and airlines reduce services and increase fares to some Caribbean destinations, one of the region's most experienced tourism officials wants the Caribbean to embark on innovative strategies to mitigate any negative fallout in Caribbean travel.