Global tourism recovery might not be expected until 2024 as the financial repercussions of the coronavirus have already begun to manifest themselves within the tourism industry.
Can anyone and everyone become a tour operator or run a tour company? Prior to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the multi-day tours industry saw an influx and birth of new startup business and this was undoubtedly a great sign and indication that the…
Best practices that will help you grow your brand as a tour operator as the travel industry attempts to recover from its biggest shock in history and many have unfortunately dropped off the market due to the #Covid-19 pandemic
Responsible tourism will speed up the recovery process by the local communities that were harshly hit by the deadliest Covid-19 pandemic
Your tour pricing strategy could be a stumbling block towards achieving your target as a tour operator as travelers’ behavior continues to change time and again
Promising future for the multi-day tours segment as consumers are now looking to shake off the confines of their homes and look for new adventures and experiences
Just because a city has a curfew doesn’t mean a trip isn’t possible as more travelers venture out, the level of safety and comfort they feel in a destination can give a more nuanced picture of the experience
Safety and sustainable travel at the forefront of tourism Recovery as travelers gain the confidence to venture out into the world of flying again
Will tour operator or travel agency sales ever return to their pre-covid levels or that corporate sales will recover in the same format and with the figures they had just two years ago?
How can Destination Marketers best utilize “Marketing of Care” to shape the future of tourism as the world re-convenes, as our beloved countries and cities begin to welcome tourists from around the world?