Category Archives: Women in Travel

Global Travel Industry Gathering for IWTTF 2021 Results in Pledges and Actions to Build Back Better

Over 350 travel industry leaders and next-generation professionals from across the globe gathered virtually and pledged to build back better at the first virtual International Women In Travel & Tourism Forum (IWTTF), held 10-15th May.

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Embrace, Change Or Ditch? Have Your Say On How The Travel Industry Should Build Back Better At IWTTF 2021

With just days to go until international travel resumes in many countries across the globe, the International Women in Travel & Tourism Forum (IWTTF) offers the tourism sector a timely chance to get together and discuss ways to build back better by placing gender equality and inclusion at the heart of recovery.

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Time for a Radical Rethink: International Women in Travel & Tourism Forum Speakers Urge Industry to Build Back Better

With the travel industry poised to reopen internationally, speakers at May’s International Women in Travel & Tourism Forum are urging the travel sector to have a radical rethink. The five-day event, organised by social enterprise Women in Travel CIC (Community Interest Company), will focus on myriad ways corporates and individuals can avoid old business norms and create greater equality and opportunity across travel and hospitality.

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Women in Travel Chooses Digital Format for the International Women in Travel & Tourism Forum 2021

Women in Travel CIC, the social enterprise dedicated to empowering women through employability and entrepreneurship in the travel industry, has announced its second International Women in Travel & Tourism Forum will take place digitally, from 10 – 15 May 2021.

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New Day Tours Designed to Empower Women in Travel Launch for International Women’s Day

Three new London day tours led by women who have overcome challenging circumstances will give travellers a unique insight into the lives of immigrant communities in the capital.

Intrepid Travel, a global leader in responsible travel, has teamed up with social enterprise Women in Travel (CIC) to give three women the life-changing opportunity to take their first steps in the tourism industry and embark on a career as tour guides.

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Is 2021 Shaping Up To Be The Year The Travel Industry Takes Diversity Seriously?

Multiple new year sign ups to Women in Travel (CIC)’s BAME Corporate Membership scheme is signalling that diversity and inclusion are now taking centre stage in the travel sector in 2021, with dnata Travel Group and The University of Surrey’s School of Hospitality & Tourism Management joining the ranks of Google to continue the education around allyship and tackling diversity issues.

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Google Supports Diversity and Equality Issues in Travel and Becomes a Corporate Ally of BAME Women in Travel (CIC)

Women in Travel (CIC), the social enterprise dedicated to empowering women through employability and entrepreneurship in the travel and hospitality industry, is partnering with Google, the latest corporate to join BAME Women in Travel’s Corporate Membership scheme, since launching this summer.

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BAME Women In Travel Spotlights BAME Talent And Tackles BAME Underrepresentation In The Travel Industry This Black History Month

Throughout October, Women in Travel (CIC), the social enterprise dedicated to empowering women through employability and entrepreneurship in the travel and hospitality industry, will be celebrating Black History Month by showcasing senior BAME talent and sharing ways to grow more BAME talent within the travel industry.

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Calling All Women Who Have Lost Their Job To Covid-19: Women In Travel’s Free Training Programme Can Offer Help

Spaces are limited for Women in Travel’s free employment training programme. 
To apply, contact Alessandra Alonso at returners@womenintravelcic.com.

The social enterprise Women in Travel (CIC) has announced new dates throughout October, for its free training and mentoring programme for women who have lost their job due to COVID-19.

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