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Travel in 2023 Isn’t Slowing: Will Economic Headwinds Threaten Hotel Profits?

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Travel in 2023 will not be slowing down. This would normally be perceived as good news for hoteliers, but PwC's Hospitality Directions report paints a more mixed picture for hotels; Read more

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WALBRO AWARDED 43 PATENTS IN 2021 – 2022
February 7, 2023

Tucson, AZ, February 3, 2023 – Walbro, LLC continues to focus on innovation and protect its intellectual property.  Walbro was granted 24 patents in 2021 and 19 in 2022 respectively.    The new patents cover an array of products across our fuel systems and engine management business units.  Walbro has been granted over 1900 patents since […]

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Sustainability in Industry 4.0
The Need for Sustainability in Industry 4.0
February 7, 2023

What is Industry 4.0? A revolution that has many names, Industry 4.0 is the name of the 21st century technology boom that is creating advanced AI, robotics, and smart, connected devices. But how can industry 4.0 help change the way businesses conduct business? On this episode of “What Just Happened?“, host Christine Russo spoke […]

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Secondary Ticket Market Prices Spike with LeBron James on the Verge of History
February 7, 2023

38,387 points. That’s the number of points scored by all-time NBA points leader Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. And all that separates LeBron James from surpassing that number is 36 points. LeBron’s career average is 27.2 points scored per game. That number puts James on pace to overtake Jabbar’s record on February 9 when the Lakers face […]

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Travel in 2023 Isn’t Slowing: Will Economic Headwinds Threaten Hotel Profits?
December 1, 2022

Travel in 2023 will not be slowing down. This would normally be perceived as good news for hoteliers, but PwC’s Hospitality Directions report paints a more mixed picture for hotels; the report indicates that economic headwinds may threaten the pace of recovery in the industry, despite record highs for metrics like RevPAR this year. According […]

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Travel Plans Increase Despite the Struggling Travel Industry
December 1, 2022

Many Americans are in the midst of putting the final touches on their holiday travel plans as we near the end of 2022. Experts are still expecting travel to be at the same rate as it was in past years with consumers saying they intend to continue making travel plans even with potential flight […]

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Holiday Travel Expenses are Sky High this Season
November 21, 2022

With inflation at generational highs, it is no surprise that this holiday travel season be more costly for consumers. This is clear in the price of goods, but also includes travel. The average plane ticket price is up 40% from 2021, according to CNN. Tyler Miller, Deputy Aviation Director at Corpus Christi International Airport […]

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How Big Hotel Brands Are Missing the Mark with the Boutique Hotel Experience
April 12, 2022

Adam Morrisey talks with Jaime Bravo, General Manager of Hotel Bardo in Tulum, a boutique hotel group consisting of three hospitality concepts in Mexico. The hotel’s stay was called ‘transformational’ in Forbes. Bravo claims, “there’s nothing like Tulum. Its soul cannot be replicated.” Bravo explains that consumer preferences have changed with covid. Covid and 2020 […]

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Weaver: Beyond the Numbers: It’s Up to You, New York (and Charlie)
March 14, 2022

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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Cruise Lines Adapt to Rough Waters with Ever-Changing CDC Guidelines
February 9, 2022

Uncertainty is the name of the game for the cruises in 2022. To close out 2021, the industry, which has been struggling to unanchor itself from the financial and PR losses it faced during the pandemic, was hit with a fresh update from the CDC. The message was clear for travelers: stay away. Upgrading its […]

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Travelers Gave the Energy Supplement Business An Unexpected Boost
December 30, 2021

Travel can be exhausting, and most of the time, caffeine is a must-have to keep going. Most find this in coffee, soda, or energy drinks. But what about a clean alternative? Punch’d Energy caffeine gummies are the answer. The company’s President and Founder, John Pinelli joined Say Yes to Travel host Sarah Dandashy to share […]

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Streamlining the Process Behind Solving Lost and Found Issues
December 22, 2021

Steve Sinclair appeared on “Say Yes to Travel” to discuss with host Sarah Dandashy an aspect of traveling that many people might not consider: lost and found. Everyone has had to deal with losing something somewhere at some point while on a trip, and Sinclair’s company, Bounte, helps reunite people with lost… well, bounty. […]

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Getting Technical: The Future of Commercial Aerospace Transfer 2022
December 13, 2021

Because of the pandemic, the commercial aero market was profoundly impacted by the sudden disruptions in travel. Jason Riggs, director of strategy at Technetics, discussed this phenomenon and how the market has rebound with Host Tyler Kern. Globally, air traffic is down by 30% from pre-pandemic levels, and airframers are making calls to increase […]

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