Articles tagged “retreats”

Business Travel

Travel Startups Look Beyond Tourists to Coax Businesses Into Great Outdoors

More WeWalk than WeWork, nature-themed getaways for burned-out company employees are on the rise.

Travel Startups Look Beyond Tourists to Coax Businesses Into Great Outdoors

Business Travel

Tech Conglom Cisco Sets Up Collaboration Hubs Between Office and Remote Workers

Office workers are now "residents." Carefully watch the language companies are using, and efforts to address so-called collaboration inequity, and you'll see signs that the future of work is already here.

Tech Conglom Cisco Sets Up Collaboration Hubs Between Office and Remote Workers

Luxury

Dubai’s Demand for Niche Spiritual Retreats on the Rise

Spiritual retreats have become all the rage in Dubai as the wellness travel industry continues to grow, particularly across developing markets. Tailored experiences may be the key to the growth of this niche market, as more mindful travelers are now seeking exclusivity and holistic healing methods.

Dubai’s Demand for Niche Spiritual Retreats on the Rise

Luxury

When a Meditation App Becomes a Billion-Dollar Business

There’s no denying that meditation is on the rise in the U.S., and companies want in on the upswing. Not only are the big players getting more funding but so too are startups, which might be able to carve out their own niches.

When a Meditation App Becomes a Billion-Dollar Business

Tourism

More Black Travelers Hit the Great Outdoors as Camping Activity Jumps

Black outdoor enthusiasts are camping, hiking, rock climbing, and RVing in greater numbers. But it’s not because white America, which dominates the sector, reached out. Black America made it happen.

More Black Travelers Hit the Great Outdoors as Camping Activity Jumps

Business Travel

Professional Retreats Show Black Travel Movement Gets Down to Business

Somewhere between leisure travel and a career boot camp lies a professional retreat. Now, there's one that acts as a safe space for black professionals.

Professional Retreats Show Black Travel Movement Gets Down to Business