Call centres could be the next casualty of COVID-19, suggests new report
For those readers who work in a call centre, we recommend taking a few deep breaths and fixing yourself a stiff drink before having a look at this new research.
Overseas trips by Aussie travellers fall a whopping 98.1 per cent
Australia has recorded its largest-ever drop in overseas travel, according to new data released by the ABS. Yikes.
New product to give destination marketers the data to get back on their feet
Speaking of, Travel Weekly staff have only been on their feet several times in the past few days, mainly for trips between our home office nest and the refrigerator.
Marriott suffers data breach involving 5.2 million guests
What started as a headache for Marriott’s boss amid the COVID-19 crisis has turned into a migraine following this unfortunate news.
REVEALED: The 10 most popular cities for international travellers (and six are in Asia)
The world’s most popular cities for international travellers have been revealed, and TW can confirm that neither Tamworth nor Dubbo made the list.
Sustainability at “absolute forefront” of destination marketing success: ADARA
by Huntley Mitchell
Travel Weekly recently went one-on-one with ADARA’s regional sales director. For an interview, that is – not a jousting match or a game of chess.
STUDY: Aussie travellers among the most confused and inconsistent tippers
Ever arrived in a new country and realised you have no idea who you’re supposed to tip for what? Find a few handy pointers for you and your clients right here.
A majority of travellers are picking destinations based on food
Personally, all our life decisions are made based on food, so this statistic makes very little difference to us besides letting us know that we’re not alone.
Australia’s annual leave crisis: fight burnout with national Book a Holiday Day
No, we’re not making this one up: Book a Holiday Day is REAL and we’re using it as an excuse to spend the rest of the day researching trips we can’t afford.
Revealed: The greenest city in the world for travellers
The 2018 Green Cities Index has shown which city is greenest based on square meter per person. Hint: Sydney did pretty bloody well.
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