Will international tourism offices remain relevant?

March 20, 2017

In the past decade, DMO head offices and ITOs have focused on adapting their tactics to the rapid shift in digital marketing. Most have not had the time to step back and assess the impact on team structure and functions. ITOs used to operate fairly independently. This is rapidly changing as geographic borders become less relevant and specific digital marketing expertise is driven by head office.

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BOOKING BUSINESS TRAVEL FOR BEGINNERS

whitePaper | November 8, 2019

When it comes to booking business travel, whether you’re responsible for the travel arrangements of a small company with frequent, high-spending travellers, or a business owner who struggles to manage their own bookings, this guide will simplify everyday corporate travel processes. Flight Centre Business Travel has a team of over 170 Travel Experts that book business travel every day. There isn’t anything they don’t know about arranging corporate travel, which is why they’re our ‘experts’. And as Experts, they have some invaluable advice for others that are booking travel for business.

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whitePaper | November 12, 2019

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whitePaper | July 23, 2021

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whitePaper | November 15, 2019

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whitePaper | December 6, 2019

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