Monday, February 19, 2018

Tag Archives: travel

Hospitality in the age of disruption

Every three years the Cornell Hospitality Research Summit (CHRS) offers a glimpse into some of the current and future issues facing our industry. This past version was appropriately themed as 'Opportunities in the Age of Disruption', with roughly two dozen speakers offering their thoughts on the matter.

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What’s trending in corporate travel

From 'bleisure' travel, to the evolving use of technology, to policy planning and smarter spending, the experienced Goldman Travel Corporation team has put together its key predictions for the corporate travel sector in 2018.

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Catering for Chinese guests

In a bid to meet the growing demand for self-contained, serviced accommodation from international markets, Oaks Hotels & Resorts has launched a new dedicated Chinese website in time for the Chinese New Year.

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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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Aussies exploring their own backyards

New research from Booking.com has revealed that Queenslanders prefer to explore their own backyards more than any other state, while South Australians are deserting their state more than any other and many from other states would prefer to escape the country entirely.

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