Following the success of the first virtual Resilience Council summit, it has been announced that a second summit will take place on July 8th.
ITB Berlin and the Berlin Travel Festival are joining forces at Arena Berlin to organise a unique platform in order to show the industry ways in which they can exit the crisis together.
World Travel Awards is calling on industry professionals and consumers around the globe to vote for the finest travel and tourism brands in the world. Voting is now open for Africa, Asia, Europe, Indian Ocean, North America, Middle East and Oceania.
The show attracted guests from 140 countries as they addressed emerging trends, as well as the opportunities and the challenges which are directly impacting the travel and tourism industry amid the Covid-19 global health pandemic.
World Spa Awards – the global initiative to recognise and reward excellence in the spa and wellness sector – has unveiled the nominees for its 2020 programme.
African hotel development had returned to growth at the start of 2020, with more than 78,000 rooms in 408 hotels in the pipeline, according to the twelfth annual survey by W Hospitality Group. However, the Covid-19 outbreak is now shattering the local hotel industry.
Yas Island in Abu Dhabi has been confirmed as host for the upcoming Fight Island event from UFC. The Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi confirmed the showcase would be hosted in the popular leisure, shopping and entertainment destination next month.
Africa Tomorrow will feature six hours of essential insights covering key topics like protecting wildlife, restoring confidence and building value. The new, online show will debut on July 21st.
Good news for tourism insiders growing weary of online conferences, World Travel Market – London has confirmed it will return to ExCel later this year. Barring a second wave of Covid-19 infections, the show is expected to return on November 2nd-4th.
The final day of ATM Virtual saw a panel of tourism experts discuss the opportunities in the region to kick-start sustainable investment in the hospitality sector.
The event comes as the industry works together to share knowledge and ideas as it seeks to find the road to successfully exit this difficult period.
Majed al-Ghanim, managing director of tourism at the ministry of investment, said the Saudi government understood the value of the sector and was working hard to develop it.