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145. Airbus and GEDC Launch Engineering Award
Airbus and GEDC (Global Engineering Deans Council), a leading organisation for engineering education, have launched an award to recognize individuals who have been pro active in bringing more diversity into engineering classrooms. They intend to reward initiatives which encourage students of all profiles, gender, social and cultural backgrounds as well as disability, to study and s
146. PolyU Study Finds Airlines Must Improve Staff Satisfaction with Information Systems
Developing technologically advanced information systems may not be sufficient for airlines to increase their operational efficiency and passenger satisfaction, according to Dr Norman Au of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) and Dr T.C.E. Cheng in a recent research article. Advanced technology has the potential to bring many benefits to airlines, but not on its own. A
147. PolyU Study Finds Job Creativity Requirements Cause Stress in Chinese Service Workers
Employer expectations of job creativity can cause high stress levels in service employees, according to Dr Alice Hon of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. In a recently published research article, Dr Hon shows that given pressure to ensure high quality customer service and lacking the time to change their approach, service per
148. Kiridara Luang Prabang to Host Weekend Yoga Retreat
The new 24-room Kiridara Luang Prabang hotel has launched an Autumn Yoga retreat promotion. Hosting the retreat is Malaysian born Ms Shiang Ying. Shane, as she is known, has been blessed with the opportunity to study with a wide variety of teachers, all of whom have shaped her teaching and practice. With an integration of myofascial anatomy and fascial meridian concepts, Shane's cl
149. Airlines Focused on Innovating Their Mobile Payment Offerings
The whitepaper, based on a research study of 56 global airline carriers – from low cost to traditional – found that mobile payments (payments for transactions made on a mobile device) are now a key area of focus for airlines: 57% of airlines said mobile has the greatest potential to drive revenue over the next two years – equal to credit cards (57%). The acceptance of mobile paymen
150. SEA Consumers Willing to View Ads in Exchange for Free Music
An overwhelming majority of consumers in South East Asia are prepared to view advertising in order to stream music for free on their PC or mobile phone, according to a recent survey by Nielsen. Findings from the study, which examined consumers’ interaction with music, revealed that
151. UNWTO Future Vision: Tourism Towards 2030
UNWTO Future Vision: Tourism Towards 2030. The UNWTO is launching a new long-term research programme UNWTO Future Vision: Tourism Towards 2030. The study will forecast international tourism growth through the year 2030 and identify key actual and future trends and their impact on tourism development. It will combine industry data with the views of UNWTO members, tourism practitione
152. Asia Pacific Market Research Consultancy, Marketshare releases findings of Asia Pacific Online T
Asia Pacific Market Research Consultancy, Marketshare releases findings of Asia Pacific Online Travel Market Study.

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