Tuesday, 9th August 2022

Hey, who turned on the lights?: Defeating darkness with creativity

Travel and tourism players may be living in one of their darkest times in modern history, but these are also days of bright ideas that could forever change how people travel and appreciate destinations.

An industry with heart: Poor in business for now but rich...

The travel and tourism community, as I know it, is hardly greedy and selfish. We seek humour in tough situations and we reach out to lift one another, even if we are competitors in the business.

The other side of C-19: Expediting digital and business transformation

Between the human survival instinct of fight or flight, some travel companies have chosen to fight back in innovative ways.

Groundhog Day: Omicron brings back recovery woes

...living with Covid should not be an endless chain of disruption, confusion, complexity and hopelessness, as some of the Omicron measures taken by anxious governments have made people feel

Pride, not prejudice: Why the travel sector should be an...

The travel industry should stand up for equality and promote LGBTQ rights and acceptance, championing for openness, inclusivity and diversity – the very values travel is supposed to embody

Sense and sensibility

Learning to live with C-19 is key to stable recovery

Hate matters: Anti-Asian Hate is influencing travel intentions

Unlike the AAPI community who has to face the problem at home, the Asian travelling community has a choice of where they want to holiday. And they will very likely pick somewhere safe and welcoming.

Decoding a coup

Clearly, there’s a wide gap between how Thai sellers and buyers perceive a military intervention in Thailand. The former sees it as a measure...

Love never ends: We can’t stop the war, but we can...

...the travel and tourism industry has shown throughout the pandemic – the one crisis that has spared nobody – that selflessness prevails even when individuals and organisations are struggling for survival themselves

Rouble rouble toil and trouble

The impact will be far-reaching. Industry members who adopt a “it is not my problem because I don’t do Russia” may want to think...

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