Federal govt announces “most significant” insolvency reforms in 30 years to help save struggling small businesses
Is your business on its last legs? Find some relief in this major announcement by the federal government.
Flight Centre research shows business travel is beginning to bounce back
However, that’s not to say business travellers have begun to use pogo sticks to get around. Although, that probably would help with social distancing.
Destination NSW marketing boss to join Australian Tourism Data Warehouse as CEO
Jan Hutton is already mulling over embossing or debossing her new business card after snaring the top job at ATDW.
WHM parliamentary inquiry urges government to develop ‘Have a Gap Year at Home’ campaign
Young Australians would be the targets of a new campaign to combat a shortage of backpacker workers in agriculture, according to a recommendation from an inquiry into the Working Holiday Maker program.
Lawyer to challenge Commonwealth in court over “draconian” international travel ban
An Australian legal professional is preparing a case against the federal government over Australia’s international travel ban.
Who will be the first international travellers post-COVID-19?
by Douglas Nicol
Here’s an in-depth take on the future of international travel, complete with plenty of data to back up this blogger’s hypotheses.
WTTC releases ‘Safe Travels’ protocols for adventure travel
With the sector expected to see an increase in popularity as travellers seek more unique experiences post-COVID-19, adventure travel has received the WTTC treatment.
DFAT establishes hardship fund for Aussies trapped overseas
Are any of your clients still stuck overseas? This could help relieve some of their (and your) stress.
The top five pandemic travel trends you need to know about
Just like everything in 2020, nailing down travel trends has become increasingly difficult. But there are a few things you can be sure of.
INFOGRAPHIC: Most travellers ready to book domestic and international trips (if these 10 measures are in place)
New research tells us that airlines, airports, hotels and car rental companies must comply with this laundry list of safety measures in order to woo back travellers.
CATO engages Australia’s largest news publisher to discuss tourism’s recovery
Having made waves in the industry with its discussion paper last week, CATO has turned its attention to senior execs and editorial staff at News Corp.
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