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.
I was lucky enough to attend my first World Travel Market last year and was left wide-eyed by the extravagance of the stand designs and marvelling at the industry coming together from around the world. Not to mention exhausted from running from one side of Excel to the other juggling press packs, on-stand badges and a laptop, all whilst wearing high-heeled boots – oh I had a lot to learn!
As the seasons change and the birds around the Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire 500-acre estate start to migrate, there is no better time to experience the property’s unique SWAROVSKI OPTIK Birdwatching experience.
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.
Women in Travel (CIC), the social enterprise dedicated to empowering women through employability and entrepreneurship in the travel industry, has announced the summer extension of its training and mentoring initiatives to provide free guidance for women affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
With air travel uncertainty at a peak for UK travellers, the award-winning airport parking operator Airport Parking and Hotels (APH.com) has announced there will be no cancellation or amendment fees* for bookings made on www.aph.com from 6th March 2020 on APH-operated products at Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham airports. Continue reading →
The festive season is upon us and many travellers will be starting their Christmas travel by getting merry with a tipple at the airport. To allow passengers to make informed decisions about their actions and ensure they do not incur a festive fine before they arrive at their destination, Airport Parking & Hotels (APH.com) has put together research that reveals the 10 actions travellers should avoid doing on a plane. Continue reading →