Articles tagged “asia pacific”

Coronavirus

Strategies for Hospitality Recovery: Spotlight on Asia-Pacific

Oracle and Skift’s 2021 Back to Hospitality: Getting Smarter and More Profitable in a Post-Covid World report offers a playbook for the industry to come back better and stronger. In this article, we take a closer look at the report’s findings regarding the hotel environment in the Asia-Pacific region.

Strategies for Hospitality Recovery: Spotlight on Asia-Pacific

Business Travel

How Asia’s Pandemic Recovery Will Dismantle the Corporate Extended Stay Model Globally

Co-living, second-tier cities and apps that create sub communities — there’s a shake-up on the horizon and hospitality companies can learn lessons from Asia.

How Asia’s Pandemic Recovery Will Dismantle the Corporate Extended Stay Model Globally

Coronavirus

Navigating the Patchwork Recovery of the Asia-Pacific Hotel Business

Second waves of coronavirus will continue to dictate the staggered hotel recovery across the Asia-Pacific region. But the return of group business travel, even in a region that doesn't depend on it, will govern when pricing goes back to 2019 levels.

Navigating the Patchwork Recovery of the Asia-Pacific Hotel Business

Coronavirus

Thailand to Launch Tourism Marketing Campaign With a Theme of Trust

Thailand plans to launch later this year a tourism marketing campaign positioning itself as a trusted destination, especially for Asian tourists, after the pandemic. Many tourism marketers will be eying similar efforts.

Thailand to Launch Tourism Marketing Campaign With a Theme of Trust
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New Report: Back to Hospitality — Getting Smarter and More Profitable in a Post-Covid World

After a dramatic year for the hospitality ecosystem, the lead-in to summer 2021 is revealing signs of recovery. Global travel demand is at its highest since the beginning of the pandemic, as the industry finds itself at a promising turning point. The impacts have been widespread. After a year of limitations and stay at home…

New Report: Back to Hospitality — Getting Smarter and More Profitable in a Post-Covid World

Online Travel

Travelzoo to Exit Asia-Pacific as Coronavirus Proves Too Much

Businesses in the times of coronavirus are damned if you do, damned if you don’t. Travelzoo’s decision to exit Asia-Pacific when signs of recovery are being spotted in China is a good example of that.

Travelzoo to Exit Asia-Pacific as Coronavirus Proves Too Much

Tourism

Recession Possible for Tourism-Dependent Singapore Due to Coronavirus: Prime Minister

Coronavirus is looking like it may take an unprecedented hit on the travel industry, and tourism-dependent economies like Singapore's stand to lose the most.

Recession Possible for Tourism-Dependent Singapore Due to Coronavirus: Prime Minister

Tourism

Coronavirus Threatens to Spread During the Lunar New Year Travel Rush

As a busy travel period in Asia kicks off, there are fears that the coronavirus could result in a repeat of the SARS epidemic in the early 2000s — or worse. Fortunately, it looks like the Chinese government is responding with more urgency this time.

Coronavirus Threatens to Spread During the Lunar New Year Travel Rush

Online Travel

Travelzoo Places Bet on Social Media Marketing in China

In traditional business logic, the big beat the small. But in Asia-Pacific today, fast companies beat the slow ones. It's an open question whether Travelzoo can rev up its metabolism enough there to thrive.

Travelzoo Places Bet on Social Media Marketing in China

Meetings

Asia Is the Fastest Growing Region for Events

Some of the bigger destinations on the list are obvious, but there is a lot of movement among smaller, less high-profile cities. In many ways, this movement comes down to what investments a destination makes into infrastructure and experiences.

Asia Is the Fastest Growing Region for Events

Tourism

Half a Billion New International Trips in Next Decade: Skift Research Forecast

With 500 million additional new international trips expected over the next decade, it's unlikely that the average traveler in 2029 will look like the traveler of today.

Half a Billion New International Trips in Next Decade: Skift Research Forecast

Online Travel

What Zuji’s Suspension for Missed Payments Means for Asia’s Online Travel Pioneers

All is not well with Zuji, a pioneer in the online travel space in Asia-Pacific. An ownership that is more adept at aviation than running an OTA may be an issue, but it’s clear the entry of global OTAs flush with marketing wherewithal and expertise is making it difficult for the pioneers to compete.

What Zuji’s Suspension for Missed Payments Means for Asia’s Online Travel Pioneers