Offering the staff additional training initiatives during the lockdown restrictions will not only engender the staff commitment but can prepare employees for changes within the future travel space which are inevitable, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.
According to GlobalData, 50% of the global travelers want to know about the initiatives adopted by a brand during this pandemic and 34% want to know about the sustainability initiatives of a brand.

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Jamaica expects the tourism industry to create a new generation of travelers, known as ‘Gen-C’, which will not be defined by the traditional demographics such as age unlike prior groups and will need reassurance and evidence that their overseas’ experience will enhance their lives without putting their loved ones at risk, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.”

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says GlobalData
As the financial strain continues to burden the global tourism industry due to the impact of COVID-19, many companies will be forced to focus all their financial resources into the present threats they face. However, businesses need to stay relevant through social media marketing as it is relatively a cheaper way to promote, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the latest announcement from the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) regarding the reopening of Phuket International Airport for domestic flights from 00.01 Hrs. of 16 May.

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The wellknown and serious South China Morning Post reported today: University of Hong Kong study finds eyes are ‘important route’ for coronavirus, up to 100 times more infectious than Sars
Researchers from HKU’s school of public health reveal the coronavirus is up to 100 times more infectious through the eyes and airways than Sars
Study in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine says that explains ‘higher transmissibility’ of Covid-19, compared with the 2003 contagion
Blood Thinner can help fight against Corona

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In Response to COVID-19 Outbreak:
Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau or TCEB has
announced two projects focusing on digital-based MICE services and health safety
standard. The first called “Virtual Meeting Space” (VMS) will help MICE entrepreneurs run business events online and re-skill their employees via virtual platforms. The second,called “Simple Ways to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 in Your Meetings and Events”, offers MICE venue owners and operators an incentive to upgrade their safety and health standards. The two projects are in response to the business disruptions brought about by COVID-19 and lockdown measures worldwide.

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