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June 2, 2020

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MICE Industry Scores an Amazing Goal

MICE Industry Scores an Amazing Goal Miek Egberts CITP CMM DMCP CMP, founder and owner of InspireME Monte-Carlo, a Monaco-based boutique consultancy agency offering unique and alternative concepts in full-service event management, DMC services and conscientious Luxury Travel with a sustainable and holistic approach, has been added to one of the most prestigious “halls of

Paradigm Shift in Core Competencies for Post-Covid-19 Recovery

Paradigm Shift in Core Competencies for Post-Covid-19 Recovery “Not again. Not another depressing COVID-19 business analysis!”. In case you reacted to the title in this way, this article is written for you. As a business veteran in the tourism, travel, and hospitality experience industry including the development of destinations, leisure venues, and commercial properties, I

Tourism: Reality, Plans, Regulations in 217 countries: The Future of Travel

Tourism: Reality, Plans, Regulations in 217 countries: The Future of Travel A Global Review for Tourism report was released today. It looked at the measures of 217 destinations worldwide The research shows that 7 destinations have eased travel restrictions for international tourism purposes. At the same time, several more destinations are engaged in significant discussions about

Air in Hotels Can still be Deadly after Deep Cleaning

Air in Hotels Can still be Deadly after Deep Cleaning Marriott, Hyatt, IHG, Hilton, Wyndham, Corinthia Hotels, and Resorts are getting ready to reopen after the COVID-19 lockdown. Sore already reopened. Trust me, management says when it comes to safety, resilience and cleanness. Can The Air We Breathe still be Deadly? – eTurboNews | Trends

Indonesia imposes new health protocols on tourism destinations

Indonesia imposes new health protocols on tourism destinations Indonesian Tourism and Creative Economy Ministry has prepared health protocols called the program of cleanliness, health and safety (CHS), that will be imposed on tourism destinations during a new normal scenario in a bid to protect tourists from COVID-19 infection and stop imported coronavirus cases. New protocols

Mekong Tourism Forum postponed until February 2021

Mekong Tourism Forum postponed until February 2021 The Mekong Tourism Coordinating Office (MTCO) announced on Saturday, May 30th during a webinar hosted by the Myanmar Tourism Marketing Association that the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism of Myanmar decided to move the annual Mekong Tourism Forum dates to February 15-16, 2021 from August 25-26, 2020, amid

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