Study finds nearly half of LGBTIQ+ travellers have faced discrimination while globe-trotting
The research also revealed the majority of LGBTQI+ travellers have had to take their safety into account when choosing a destination or felt they needed to modify behaviour.
STUDY: Travel and hospitality sector facing 20pc higher rate of digital ad fraud
New research finds digital ads for travel and hospitality brands face higher rates of fraud, which could be considered compensation for hotel guests nicking the bathrobes and towels.
REVEALED: The secret weapon of all successful travel marketers
by Sponsored by Audience 360
Despite what the accompanying image suggests, the “secret weapon” is not a bow and arrow or a set of darts. Or is it? You’ll have to click through and find out.
WTTC report reveals tourism suffered loss of almost $5.9 trillion in 2020 due to COVID-19
This report confirms what we already know (tourism had a very bad year in 2020), but it also reveals how quickly the industry will rebound, under the right circumstances.
“Tripadvisor for pets”: New app to connect Aussies with pet-friendly hotels and experiences
This new app is like Tripadvisor, except instead of telling you which restaurants have grumpy staff, it tells you how likely they are to want to pat your dog. Well, that’s our understanding.
Travel agency pivots to providing travel for people with autism
After opening a travel agency shortly before the coronavirus pandemic began, Kristy Moore says she has become the only certified travel professional for people with autism.
Travel industry heavyweights share their biggest challenges at special event
by David Hovenden
Four industry heavyweights (metaphorically speaking, of course) have gathered to highlight just how tough it is to be a travel professional right now.
WTTC urges governments to abandon concept of ‘high-risk countries’
WTTC chief Gloria Guevara has taken to the soapbox once again to try and change the minds of governments on risk assessment.
CDC makes mask-wearing on public transport compulsory in the US
Meanwhile, our office dog has made it compulsory for all employees to give her pats whenever we walk past. Those who do not comply wind up with wet patches under their desks.
APT throws support behind Australian Open for eighth straight year
Expect plenty of advertising by the tour company amid Nick Kyrgios’ mid-match dummy spits at the Australian Open this month.
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