December 5, 2021
Top Stories

A revealing survey of corporate mobility teams shows that the post-pandemic legacy of remote work may not be that great after all.

The second edition of the 2021 Asia Pacific Travel Recovery Report takes the temperature of more than 400 C-suite and senior-level travel executives on upcoming global activity and market recovery, revenue expectations, border control, Covid-19 testing, traveler passports, traveler well-being, and more.


New regulations won't be welcomed by the travel industry, and airlines in particular, so soon after the country reopened its borders on Nov. 8.

Riding the hot vacation rental market, TurnKey Vacation Rentals did well for its investors — especially if the Vacasa stock price holds up in its pending public market debut.

We're still weeks away from knowing just how much of an impact the Omicron variant will have on the travel industry. But companies can already discern just how much of a role government can have in altering the course of recovery.

On December 9 we're hosting our second annual Design the Future online event, bringing together visionary designers, brand builders, entrepreneurs, and trend experts for important discussions centered around the ideas travel needs to define the decade ahead. Register today!


Accor is staying busy with brand rollouts and expansion into newer sectors like all-inclusive resorts, but make no mistake: This is all about elbowing out the competition to win over luxury customers.

This is a cruel blow for an event that was designed to instill confidence in corporate travel, after the Global Business Travel Association's successful U.S. edition in Orlando.

Editor's Picks

The African travel ban is rooted in media alarmism and politics, not science. And it will have disastrous consequences for a continent that has already been beaten down by Covid. Here's why it is just plain wrong.

From consumer confidence to tourism board revenues potentially taking another big hit, the tourism industry continues to be at risk, especially with a new set of unknowns surrounding Covid's newest variant. It's not too late for travel leaders to demand urgent global vaccine distributions.

Hybrid events come with many challenges. Keeping two different audiences engaged is the primary concern, but other priorities include repurposing content, managing time and catering to new attendee needs. Three event designers share their strategies for survival.

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