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During the closing session of the World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) Global Summit in Kigali, Western Australia was announced as the host for 2024, marking the first time the event will visit Oceania. The 24th Global Summit will be taking place in Perth in late 2024, in partnership with Tourism Western Australia. WTTC closed […]Continue Reading
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BBC StoryWorks, the content studio of BBC Studios, and Brand USA, the destination marketing organisation for the United States, have joined forces for the newest chapter of the USA Through Film campaign aimed at driving tourism to the United States. Produced by BBC StoryWorks, the multi-platform media campaign will capture the sights, sounds, and spirit […]Continue Reading
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Travel Buddy, a new-age social travel network and experiences marketplace, has unveiled its expansion plans of creating authentic experiences for users in Southeast Asia and the SAARC region by 2025. Home to over 2.5 million users, Travel Buddy is a one-stop platform designed to cater to the diverse needs of travel enthusiasts, whether you are […]Continue Reading
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India has emerged as the fastest market to recover to pre-Covid levels with 375,000 visitors to Australia for the year ended May 2023, recording a recovery of 102%. Currently, Tourism Australia is hosting its flagship trade initiative, Australia Marketplace India (AMI0 in Bengaluru, for the first time since 2019. Andrew Hogg, Executive GM, Eastern Markets […]Continue Reading
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The meetings of the Group of 20 (G-20) are expected to boost growth of inbound-travel in 2023, according a real estate consulting firm. The Indian hospitality sector is expected to see an accelerated growth in 2023, in spite of ongoing global headwinds and the uncertainty brought on by the occasional Covidscare. This will be driven […]Continue Reading
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Tourism Malaysia is hopeful of reaching the 700,000-mark of inbound arrivals from India in 2022, and doubling that figure in 2023. Malaysia opened its borders in April last year, and till September the country had received 100,000 visitors from India. Talking to TravelBiz Monitor, T. Ediwanto T. Eddie, Deputy Director, Tourism Malaysia, Mumbai, said, “We […]Continue Reading
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