Articles by tag: tourism

Paris Olympics Could Transform European Travel for Non-Olympic Tourists

As the Paris Olympics draw near, the excitement is palpable not just for the sports enthusiasts but also for the travel and hospitality sectors all across Europe. The major sporting event promises a significant influx of visitors, not only to France but to neighboring countries as well, poised to experience a surge in tourism….

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Weaver: Beyond the Numbers: It’s Up to You, New York (and Charlie)

Howard Altshuler and Rob Nowak invited Charlie Anastasia to Weaver’s Beyond the Numbers — Real Estate Edition, to give his insight on life in New York City pre-Thanksgiving 2021. “You definitely will see a lot more people in the city, which is really refreshing,” Anastasia said. The last six months have seen an increase in…

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Will Ecotourism Factor in to Peoples Travel Plans in 2022?

Driven by consumer desires for new experiences, innovative technologies and environmental impacts – travel is changing. Host Sarah Dandashy explores the technologies and logistics that power travel and the brands that build unforgettable experiences.   Jadine Yarde, CEO of Nevis Tourism Authority (NTA), showed off her city to Host Sarah Dandashy by letting the backdrop speak for…

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WATCH: Jeff Bezos’ First Interview After Returning from Space

Amazon.com co-founder Jeff Bezos returned safely from Blue Origin’s first-ever crewed space flight. Tune in below to watch his first televised interview and hear his initial reactions after landing back on earth. “Honestly, I’m not talented enough to describe this in words. I can’t figure it out. It was much more than I expected. It’s…

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Why Spain is Considering Tourism Deals with Foreign Countries

Spanish Tourism Under Secretary Fernando Valdes said the nation is ready to consider other solutions, including corridors with countries that aren’t in the European Union, to help restart tourism flows if an agreement over vaccine certificates at the EU level cannot be reached. He also added that given how vaccination campaigns are going, he expects…

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Airlines Push for Additional Assistance in Preparation for Difficult Winter Numbers 

The most recent wave of COVID infections has once again hit the airline industry hard. As the holidays approach, the airlines are pessimistic and seeking government assistance. Airlines for America Chief Executive Nick Calio estimates that the U.S. industry is losing about $180 million a day, according to a report by Reuters. Marketscale Radio hosts…

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Las Vegas’ MGM Resorts Prepares to Welcome Back Large Scale Conventions

Avoiding high touch surfaces and gathering in large groups spelled trouble for Las Vegas, where conventions and casinos are the driving streams of revenue. The city continues to struggle through a pandemic recovery, but MGM Resorts is confident it can begin to operate conventions again in a safe way. Rapid response testing, socially distanced partitions,…

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Fostering a Culture of Engagement is Key to Combating Employee Disengagement and Quiet Quitting
June 12, 2024

Employee engagement in the U.S. workforce has reached an alarming 11-year low, with only 30% of employees actively engaged at work, according to Gallup. This significant drop in engagement and rise in disengagement highlights a pressing challenge for leaders across various industries on how to foster a culture where employees feel motivated and valued. What…

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How a Futurist Sees Healthcare Being Delivered!
June 12, 2024

In a recent episode of the “Healthcare Rethink” podcast by FinThrive, host Brian Urban explored the future of healthcare with Trond Arne Undheim, a leading Futurist and Research scholar in Global Systemic Risk, Innovation, and Policy. Undheim, author of “Health Tech: Rebooting Society Software, Hardware, and Mindset,” shared his vision of a healthcare system…

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Industry-Wide Collaboration and Historical Aerodynamic Insights Ensure eVTOL Safety
June 11, 2024

The electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) sector is on the cusp of revolutionizing urban mobility, yet it faces significant aerodynamic challenges. With the rise of urban air mobility, the industry must navigate complex issues like vortex ring state and outwash effects. As the technology progresses, the stakes are high for ensuring safety and…

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Seamless eVTOL Urban Air Mobility Requires Smart Vertiport Design and Regulatory Support
June 11, 2024

The electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing (eVTOL) industry is on the brink of transforming urban air mobility, with significant investments fueling rapid advancements. Projections indicate a substantial growth in the sector, underscoring its potential to reshape transportation. However, these developments bring forth considerable challenges, particularly concerning infrastructure and safety. What are the main infrastructural…

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A Hard Landing Looms for Delta and Business Travel During Pandemic: Business Casual
July 17, 2020

In December 2019, sweeping all 11 categories, corporate travel professionals in the annual Business Travel News Airline Survey named Delta Air Lines the #1 airline for the ninth consecutive year—the only airline to have earned the top spot for business travel nine years in a row. But in a pandemic-stricken world, numerous industries are declining…

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Domestic Trips Will Save The Travel Industry: Say Yes To Travel
May 21, 2020

I personally love studying numbers and trends. And right now with the travel industry being so bleak, it is a hard time. Which is why I’ve chosen to dive in deep into studying trends and looking at stats and facts. It’s in these figures that I really think we can have a better understanding…

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Is it Too Soon to Say Disney’s Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Failed?
August 9, 2019

Disney’s new Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge opened to smaller crowds than expected. Does this mean it was a flop? Mike Wallace, creative director at Falcon’s Creative Group, doesn’t necessarily think so. “When we see these new attractions opening up we expect there to be lines out the gate,” he told Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern…

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