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Study finds women feel less safe about traveling than they did five years ago

A recent women’s travel safety survey revealed that 45 percent of female travelers feel less safe or much less safe about traveling than they did five years ago. … Continue Reading

Here’s where to find Sydney’s most marriage-minded singles

With Royal Weddings in the air, nobody wants to be stuck at the singles table getting paired up commitment-phobic friends of friends. … Continue Reading

New poll shows 61% of small businesses in the UK want legislation around late payments

Basware, a global leader in payments and spend management, and YouGov today release a survey that shows the true extent of SMEs’ exasperation with the UK’s late payment culture. … Continue Reading

Unlocking the Mystery Behind Travellers Planning and Booking

Moving the customer from planning to booking is the eureka moment for travel firms. It’s the pivotal minute on the customer’s path to purchase. … Continue Reading

Bestcities Aims to Improve Meetings Accessibility Through Rehabilitation International-Gainingedge Partnership

BestCities Global Alliance is proud to announce a joint study project with Rehabilitation International and GainingEdge. With the goal of producing a reference for meetings organizers and the supplier community, the project aspires to remove barriers in meetings and conventions for delegates with special needs in a bid to make events more inclusive. … Continue Reading

British-Romanian researcher wins global award for analysis of drink-driving crashes

Young Researcher of the Year Award 2018 for George Ursachi for innovative approach to better target drivers prone to alcohol crashes … Continue Reading

Another record year for foreign arrivals into Asia Pacific in 2017

With a cumulative count of 636 million foreign arrivals into the region in 2017, Asia Pacific sets a new record – according to a report released today by the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA). … Continue Reading

Winter Olympics trigger Korea tourism recovery “Green shoots emerge from the snow”

The Winter Olympics has given a significant boost to tourism in Korea (ROK), including arrivals from China which have seen a welcome rebound, according to the latest figures from ForwardKeys which predicts future travel patterns by analysing 17 million booking transactions a day. … Continue Reading

Australian Businesses Benefit from May Day Break

With the number of daily flights between China and Australia on the rise, it is no surprise that Australia was one of the top destinations for millions of Chinese people celebrating their annual Labor Day holiday this May. … Continue Reading

Passengers up 8% in Asia-Pacific and down -1% in Middle East

Passenger traffic across Asia-Pacific rebounded in February with +8.2% growth while a small reduction of -1% was observed in the Middle East. … Continue Reading

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