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Can Spaceships and Startups Attract Conventions to Albuquerque?

Albuquerque has a great opportunity to take advantage of New Mexico's high-tech knowledge base and the glam appeal of Virgin Galactic, but it needs to separate its messaging between the leisure and group markets.

Cuba Is Importing Workers to Help It Build Hotels Faster

As demands of tourism development increase, expect to see broader changes to the labor market in Cuba.

European Travelers’ Searches for U.S. Hotels Have Plunged This Summer

The outlook appears bleak for European travelers who were perhaps considering a U.S. trip this summer or later this year that hadn't already booked before the Brexit vote as search interest for U.S. hotel stays continues to fall well below last year.

A Record-Setting 77.7 Million Travelers Visited Colorado Last Year

Colorado's record-breaking visitor numbers are proof of the power of marketing.

Universal Theme Parks Have the Magic Formula for Millennials Says Foursquare

Universal parent company Comcast has been pouring money into its theme parks, and this data from Foursquare is another sign that the investment is paying off.

Barbados Tourism Could Be Threatened by the Brexit Impact on Spending

The implications of Brexit are still being pondered around the globe; right now we have a lot of gloomy forecasts, but it will take time to see how those predictions play out.

Cleveland Tourism Cautiously Optimistic Midway Through Republican Convention

Destination Cleveland raised the bar on integrated web and social media content to promote the city to visiting delegates and convention planners around the globe.

World-Class Mexican Museum in San Francisco Slated for 2019 Opening

The Mexican Museum, an affiliate of the Smithsonian, will add a little more diversity to cultural offerings in San Franscisco for tourists and residents.

Skift Survey: What Global Travelers Really Think About Visiting America-In-Turmoil

Travel to the U.S. is more resilient than some other countries, but there are already warning signs that the current climate should be cause for concern.

Salt Lake City Wants Skiers to Carpool to Help Solve Traffic Woes

Unless there's an incentive for skiers to let strangers ride with them, we don't see this becoming a viable solution to ease ski resort traffic congestion.