Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Tag Archives: Hotels

Sectors set to fly in 2018

As Australian companies welcome the New Year, IBISWorld’s business information analysts have revealed what industries are expected to grow and shrink in 2018.

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Enticing visitors with safer roads

The Andrews Labor Government has launched a new campaign to help international visitors to Victoria drive with confidence and stay safe on our roads, with accommodation and tourism providers expected to reap the benefits.

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4 things every hotel should be doing on Facebook now

New hotel social media tools can help differentiate flagged properties…. As a property flying under a global brand flag, you enjoy several key benefits: Worldwide name recognition and consumer trust. Access to millions of loyalty members. Exposure on the Brand.com global website. But unfortunately, due to scale and volume, remote, corporate brand marketing teams are often unable to tell your property’s …

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Councils struggling against the odds

Quasi-hotels should be banned under reforms to the regulation of short-term holiday letting in NSW, demands the Accommodation Association of Australia, as the NSW government considers changes to the model for regulation of tourism accommodation.

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Tourism’s dirty little secret

Making headlines recently was a scathing report from Oxfam, an international development agency for advancing women's right, detailing the personal and systematic abuse that housekeepers suffer throughout the course of their average workday. 

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Parents leaving kids alone in hotel rooms…

According to a survey from HotelsCombined, allowing minors to travel or be left alone in accommodation is on the rise. Accomnews dove into the newly released statistics to find out exactly what this means for accommodation providers.

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