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New website rescues holiday planning: Travel marketing entrepreneurs launch the travelbounce website to help holidaymakers find the latest Covid-19 travel updates all in one place

A new website, travelbounce, promises to take the hassle out of travel and holiday planning in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic by collating the latest global travel updates from top tourist destinations, airlines, and travel companies all in one place.

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Top Tips To Notice The Smaller Things In Nature With Award-Winning Travel Writer Phoebe Smith And SWAROVSKI OPTIK

SWAROVSKI OPTIK, a world-leading manufacturer of long-range optics, has partnered with award-winning travel writer, photographer, presenter, and broadcaster Phoebe Smith to help countryside explorers slow down this summer and notice the little things in nature.

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How The Pandemic May Change The Travel And Lifestyle Sector Forever

We seasoned PR professionals are used to change. In the twenty plus years that I’ve been working in this industry, I’ve gone from pitching features to journalists via fax (yes, it was that long ago!) to selling in content collaborations with influencers via Instagram DMs.

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Maldives Brings The Sunny Side Of Life To Over 85,000 People During Facebook Live Event

In a bid to bring the ‘Sunny Side of Life’ to tourists across the world, Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC) broadcast an extended Facebook Live video event to over 85,000 total viewers on Monday 8th June.

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Global Changemakers Of The Travel Industry Unite At The First International Women In Travel & Tourism Forum

Travel industry chiefs and next-generation female professionals from 18 countries headed to Iceland and pledged to accelerate gender diversity, gender balance and inclusion within the travel industry at the first International Women In Travel & Tourism Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland, from 24th – 25th January.

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Future Of Travel: APH.com Research Finds Majority Of Airlines Are Cashless

Travel has come a long way since the days of traveller’s cheques and queuing at traditional bureaux de change, and the payment methods holidaymakers use abroad are rapidly changing with only 9% of purchases expected to be made in cash by 2028*. Airlines are also adopting a more cash-free approach with only 5 of 15 major airlines still accepting cash payments onboard. Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) is therefore helping savvy travellers keep up-to-date with these developments, by releasing an infographic guide detailing which methods of payment are accepted onboard airlines.

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GEC PR’s Review of World Travel Market 2019

The 40th edition of World Travel Market London was busy for GEC PR, with the team meeting with industry partners and media to update them on the exciting developments taking place with our clients. Key travel trends were also discussed during seminars at WTM, and we learnt all about the latest environmental concerns faced by the industry and the rise of conscious travel, as well as the changing role of the digital landscape in promoting destinations.

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Madhya Pradesh Shines at World Travel Market 2019

Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board’s stand attracted non-stop attention at World Travel Market in London’s Docklands (November 4-6, 2019) as UK interest in the Indian state’s unique tourist attractions continues to grow.

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Alessandra Alonso Named A Finalist In The UK Social Enterprise Awards

Alessandra Alonso, founder of Women in Travel (CIC), the social enterprise dedicated to empowering women through employability and entrepreneurship in the travel industry, has been shortlisted for the UK Social Enterprise Awards 2019 in the Women in Social Enterprise category.

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Kyoto Traveler’s Inn Shares Top Five Kyoto Experiences For Rugby World Cup Visitors

27 September 2019 – Those travelling to Japan for the Rugby World Cup shouldn’t just limit themselves to the Japanese host cities where the rugby matches will take place as there is so much more Japan has to offer. And no trip to Japan would be complete without a visit to Japan’s old capital city Kyoto, also home to the Japanese imperial family well into the nineteenth century. Kyoto Traveler’s Inn, one of Kyoto’s best-placed hotels, shares its top five mustn’t-miss experiences in Kyoto this Autumn.

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