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Coolest Under the Radar Trips in 2020

| March 6, 2020

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It’s time to leave the beaten path and have an adventure that’s truly your own. Welcome to MojoTravels, and today we're counting down our picks for the Top Under the Radar Trips in 2020. For this list, we’re looking at uniquely compelling destinations that receive relatively fewer visitors than they should.

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Data shows severe impact of coronavirus on global hospitality industry

Article | March 26, 2020

Global hospitality data company STR has released hotel industry reports for the week ending March 21 and in nearly all markets, the metrics are continuing to get worse due to the ongoing pandemic of the coronavirus COVID-19. The reports are based on data from 68,000 properties and 9.1 million rooms around the world. Compared to 2019 figures, occupancy is down as much as 96% in Italy to 68% down in China, 67% down in the United Kingdom, 59% down in the United States and 48% down in Singapore. As the first market to deal with the coronavirus, China is also the first to show signs of stabilization. About 87% of the country’s hotels are now open – up from a low of 40% - and occupancy is starting to turn in a positive direction, to just over 20% for the week ending March 21 from a low of 10% in February.

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How modern companies are disrupting business travel

Article | March 4, 2020

For decades, people had two ways to make travel arrangements. There’s the do-it-yourself (DIY) approach, beloved by individual travelers and small groups for its budget-friendliness and accommodation of various preferences. There’s also corporate travel management, used by business travelers and companies with no time or patience to plan for frequent work trips. Unlike personal travel, business travel has several limitations: which airlines and hotels a company can book with, where and how bookings can be made, and what expenses are considered valid for reimbursement.

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How a travel club can better connect brands to their users

Article | February 19, 2020

As the number of travelers rises year after year, the number of members enrolled for travel-based rewards programs continues to rise along with it: According to one survey, about 56% of travelers were a part of one or more hotel loyalty programs, while 54% belonged to at least one airline loyalty program. What can brands take from this data? That travel can be leveraged as a way to strengthen loyalty among members with the right set of benefits, added value and perceived value of a personal connection to the brand.

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Article | April 7, 2020

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Destination Melbourne is an independent, not-for-profit tourism organisation empowering Melbourne’s visitor industry to continually enhance the visitor experience and inspiring visitors to explore and enjoy Greater Melbourne.

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