Articles tagged “montreal”

William Shatner Is Selling Montreal Tourism in New Facebook Ad Campaign

William Shatner Is Selling Montreal Tourism in New Facebook Ad Campaign

Dan Peltier, Skift

Montreal's use of targeted advertising on Facebook, however, and the use of William Shatner is a smart example of how to go after key markets.

4 months ago

Brands Target LGBT Travelers on YouTube

Brands Target LGBT Travelers on YouTube

Joyce Manalo, Skift

A little humor and pride goes a long way with the growing demographic of LGBT travelers.

3 years ago

Montreal’s Brainy C2MTL Event Is Defining the Creative Conference

Montreal’s Brainy C2MTL Event Is Defining the Creative Conference

Greg Oates, Skift

By focusing as much on the conference user experience and content delivery platforms as the content itself, C2MTL is rewriting the rules of conference management and having a lot of fun in the process.

3 years ago

Montreal Mayor Promises Another Decade of Formula One Races and Subsequent Tourism Bumps

Montreal Mayor Promises Another Decade of Formula One Races and Subsequent Tourism Bumps

Frederic Tomesco, Bloomberg

Keeping the race will likely require a sizable investment, which the city expects to make back both in tourism revenues and media time.

3 years ago

Montreal Builds a Blueprint for Modern Destination Marketing

Montreal Builds a Blueprint for Modern Destination Marketing

Greg Oates, Skift

Tourisme Montreal is inspiring other tourism boards throughout North America with its successful experiential marketing, special events and multi-prong transmedia communications.

3 years ago

Best travel videos this week: Sunsets in Montreal, Virginia, and New Jersey

Best travel videos this week: Sunsets in Montreal, Virginia, and New Jersey

4 years ago

Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” episode 4 recap: Quebec is Canada’s culinary capital

Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” episode 4 recap: Quebec is Canada’s culinary capital

Jason Clampet, Skift

It's hard not to focus on the gluttony in this episode (enviously, not judgmentally). But this was about Quebecois identity and the changing face of Canada as much as it was about delicious food.

4 years ago

Montreal’s hotel industry feels relief after this spring’s student protests

A pause in the demonstrations this June coincided with a profitable month for hotels, although there are probably other, more Influential factors, causing Montreal's tourism slump.

5 years ago