The Debrief: State of the Travel Industry

U.S. Travel President and CEO Roger Dow and Senior Vice President of Research David Huether provided a recap of 2018's performance, the economic outlook for our industry in 2019, and U.S. Travel's priorities for the year ahead.
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Chinese Outbound Tourism – 2018 in Review and What’s Coming in 2019


Catch up on the trends that defined Chinese outbound tourism in 2018, including consumer behavior, digital marketing, and the Chinese travel industry. In the first 2019 edition of Dragon Trail’s monthly webinar series, we’re joined by Michael Jones from Chinese travel-focused PR company Create Consulting. Together, we’ll look back at the biggest developments in Chinese tourism and travel marketing over the past year, and discuss what travel marketers should be ready for in 2019.
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How The Travel Corporation Amplifies Their Global Brands With Employee Advocacy


The Travel Corporation (TTC) is a Travel and Leisure Group operating in over 60 countries with 35 offices around the world, more than 10,000 staff, and serves over 1.5 million customers annually. Dubbed “The Biggest Travel Company You’ve Never Heard Of” by Forbes, it comprises 30 successful travel brands. The brands are independently managed and comprise of tour operations, hotels, and river cruise ships.
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The Hard Reboot: Tech Enabling the Travel Recovery

Emerging technologies are bringing game-changing capabilities to reinvent the travel & tourism industry and build more resilience to ensure business continuity in the industry. Meanwhile, leaders need to understand and embrace the changes needed for the adoption of such technologies and focus on sustainability in their organisations. Speakers from Expedia, Euromonitor, Visa, Hotelbeds and other organisations will present and discuss the latest innovations in travel technology across the travel journey:
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How to attract Chinese travellers to your hotel


More people are travelling now than ever before, because it’s easier and less expensive. Think about budget airlines, accessibility to accommodation and package deals.In just six decades, travel has seen a dramatic rise from a mere 25 million people travelling in 1980 to 2016, where international tourist arrivals reached almost 1.3 billion – and of that, Asian tourism led the growth in international tourist arrivals, proving demand is very strong.
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