With a recent World Economic Forum report (Global Gender Gap Report 2018) projecting it would take 202 years for men and women to reach economic parity, gender equality remains a pressing issue.
Taipei will get a lot of media hype at OTDYKH LEISURE 2019, 25th International Trade Fair for Travel & Tourism.
Significant advantages arise for those tourism related companies that are able to transform through any diversity in order to remain competitive in today’s changing global tourism landscape.
With just a few weeks to go until IMEX America returns, destinations, venues and suppliers from around the world and across North America are gearing up.
In a bid to explore trade facilitation between the two countries, Ghana and Spain will hold a tourism and hospitality expo in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain for the first time in many years.
The III CLIA Brasil 2019 Forum, in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, has its date confirmed and will take place on August 28th, at the headquarters of the Ministry, in Brasilia.
Vernon, in Canada’s British Columbia, is getting ready to play host to the World Travel Awards.
The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) will highlight this important development in a general session at the upcoming Caribbean Conference on Sustainable Tourism Development taking place 26-29 Aug. 2019.
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