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Articles tagged “dmos”

Tourism

Daily Podcast: Vaccine Equity Is Still Hurting Travel

Good morning from Skift. It’s Thursday, January 13, in New York City. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Vaccine Equity Is Still Hurting Travel

Tourism

Tourism Marketing Is Evolving Quickly With These New Priorities

Developing more innovative and stable sources of funding remains critical for this important, expanded destination management role to succeed. Some DMOs are on it, but many more continue to rely primarily on hotel bed taxes. Is the rapid return of travel dampening the sense of urgency?

Tourism Marketing Is Evolving Quickly With These New Priorities

Tourism

Los Angeles Tourism CEO Sees International Arrivals as Key to Full Recovery

As the U.S. prepares to reopen fully to the vaxxed, Los Angeles is seeing signs of demand from Canada, the UK and even Australia — proof that one of America's most popular cities is far from dead.

Los Angeles Tourism CEO Sees International Arrivals as Key to Full Recovery

Tourism

Fiji Tourism CEO Gearing Up to Bring Island Nation Out of Covid Shadow by December

It's the first big light in the tunnel for Fiji Islands as vaccinations put the remote islands on the path to restarting tourism by December, with a new leader at the helm.

Fiji Tourism CEO Gearing Up to Bring Island Nation Out of Covid Shadow by December

Tourism

Skift Global Forum Preview: How Florida Tourism Is Winning the Race to Recovery

For Visit Florida, the pandemic was a golden opportunity to boost its domestic market share while competitors remained restricted. And it worked — Florida's visitor numbers are on track for a record breaking year.

Skift Global Forum Preview: How Florida Tourism Is Winning the Race to Recovery

Overtourism

Tourism’s Carbon Emissions in 25 Countries: New Skift Research

The emission rate for tourism-related activities will not slow down by default. The implications of carbon emissions are apparent and concerted action is required from all stakeholders to reduce the carbon footprint of tourism at a faster pace.

Tourism’s Carbon Emissions in 25 Countries: New Skift Research

Overtourism

How Deep Is Tourism’s Carbon Footprint? New Skift Research

Airlines, cruise lines and even hotels have all been measured for their impacts on the environment. But destinations themselves are hurting the environment as well. Find out which ones, and how extensive the problem, in our first-of-its-kind report.

How Deep Is Tourism’s Carbon Footprint? New Skift Research

Tourism

Stress Test for Destination Marketing Could Lead to Strategy Changes

A destination resilience assessment survey for U.S. tourism boards is launching this summer — just as visitors return and as tourism leaders continue to examine how they can build back stronger before the next crisis hits.

Stress Test for Destination Marketing Could Lead to Strategy Changes

Tourism

Florida Tourism Produces Original Amazon Prime Series as Marketing Goes Hollywood

Florida's tourism marketers are going the extra mile to beat the competition this summer: co-producing and launching an original series set in St. Pete-Clearwater and launching on Amazon Prime Video. It's a whole new tourism marketing frontier. Action!

Florida Tourism Produces Original Amazon Prime Series as Marketing Goes Hollywood

Tourism

Visit Britain CEO Optimistic on a Vaccine-Driven Summer Travel Rebound

If rapid vaccinations stay on track, the head of Britain's tourism arm expects a brighter summer ahead, including pent-up demand for Bridgerton tours. But the recovery for inbound international travel will be slower.

Visit Britain CEO Optimistic on a Vaccine-Driven Summer Travel Rebound