Tag Archives: Travel Trends

What post-lockdown traveller trends should travel brands now prepare for?

We are half-way through March, and approaching a year since the first UK lockdown began. However, as we approach that anniversary with mixed feelings, there’s thankfully more than a whiff of optimism in the air.

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GEC PR’s Travel Trend Predictions For 2021

Predicting travel trends is never an easy task and with the pandemic news changing on what seems to be a daily basis, it’s especially hard to make sense of the shifts at a time like this. However, it is important to be optimistic about travel and to focus on the opportunities that might crop up in the year ahead, such as the roll out of the Coronavirus vaccine hopefully opening global travel up once more.

Now that we are officially one month into the new year and while we patiently wait for travel to resume once more, GEC PR has pulled together its top five predictions on what will be big in travel for the year ahead.

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How Luxury, Travel and Lifestyle Brands Can Embrace Pandemic Consumer Trends

Many brands and companies within the luxury, travel and lifestyle spheres have been hugely affected by the Covid-19 crisis.

However, as we move into a new era of learning to accept that Covid-19 is now a part of our lives, new consumer-led trends and opportunities for the luxury market have started appearing. GEC PR Director, Sarah Salord, has identified four of these upcoming trends and put together some suggestions to help brands understand and appeal to these new consumer demands.

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Women In Travel (CIC) Announces Autumn Partnership With WTM London To Promote Allyship And Foster Greater Diversity In The Travel Industry

Women in Travel (CIC), the social enterprise dedicated to empowering women through employability and entrepreneurship in the travel industry, has announced it will partner with World Travel Market (WTM) London to host a series of webinars on race, allyship, risk and diversity in the travel industry.

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Should Long Haul Destinations Now Be Preparing for UK Winter Sunseekers?

Fiona Anderson, GEC PR Company Director: A lot has changed for the travel and tourism sector in 2020 – and we are (unbelievably) only halfway through the year.

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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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Airport Parking and Hotels (APH) Wins ‘Best Park & Ride Operator’ At First Independent Airport Parking Awards 2019

Airport Parking and Hotels (APH), the leading independent airport parking company in the UK, has increased its list of accolades after winning the ‘Best Park & Ride Operator’ Award for its new Gatwick operation at the first Independent Airport Parking Awards 2019.

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Do You Know Your Onsen From Your Tatami? Kyoto Traveler’s Inn Shares Japanese Etiquette Guide For UK Holidaymakers

Kyoto Traveler’s Inn has shared some tips on key Japanese etiquette for UK sports fans heading to Japan this autumn for the Rugby World Cup 2019.

Intrepid travellers keen to experience traditional Japanese hospitality and explore the Japanese city of Kyoto can do this and more during a stay at Kyoto Traveler’s Inn, which is located in the Okazaki area of the Higashiyama district of the city. The hotel is well-suited for those who want to see the sites of Kyoto following the Rugby World Cup games, since many of the city’s shrines and temples are located within walking distance from the hotel.

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