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- 153. Wyndham Surveys Travellers in Brazil, Canada, China, UK and US
With the busy summer travel season almost under way, vacationers around the globe are focused on relaxation and time with the family, although amenity preferences and priorities differ. This according to survey findings released by Wyndham Hotel Group and commissioned to better understand the evolving travel trends of Wyndham Hotel Group’s global guests. The study surveyed just ove
- 154. Carlson Joins Strategic Corporate Alliance Program @ Cornell
Carlson Hotels has joined the Strategic Corporate Alliance program at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration (SHA). Through the partnership, Carlson Hotels will become a senior partner of the Center for Hospitality Research (CHR) and will sponsor The Face of Hospitality Leadership, a study that will investigate career paths within the hospitality industry, with a foc
- 155. PolyU Study Finds Differences Between Chinese Gamblers in Macau
In a published research article, Dr Samuel Seongseop Kim of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and his co-authors discuss the observations of long-time casino staff members in Macau who described variation between gamblers from mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
- 156. Malaysia and Singapore Retain Top Spots in Global Muslim Travel Index
The study revealed that in 2015, there were an estimated 117 million Muslim visitor arrivals globally, representing close to 10% of the entire travel market. This is forecast to grow to 168 million visitors by 2020 representing 11% of the market segment with a market value spend projected to exceed US$200 billion. Asia and Europe were the two leading regions in the world for attrac
- 157. PolyU Scholar Recognised for Contributions to Hospitality Education / Research
PolyU Scholar Recognised for Contributions to Hospitality and Tourism Education / Research. Professor Bob McKercher, Professor of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), was recently inducted into the International Academy for the Study of Tourism (IAST).
- 158. World Rugby to Study Proposals Following Player Welfare Symposium in Paris
World Rugby is to undertake detailed analysis of a package of law proposals following its three-day player welfare symposium in Paris concluded with delegates submitting evidence-based injury-prevention proposals.
- 159. Wyndham Hotels Set Out to Engineer the Perfect Night’s Sleep
Jet lag, unfamiliar routine and the general stress of travel contribute to poor sleep and post-travel illness. A recent University of Texas study found disrupting sleep and impacting circadian rhythm – commonly caused by jet lag – not only leads to chronic fatigue and insomnia but also causes accelerated aging.
- 160. Zuji Releases Findings of ‘Giving Back is the New Black’ Poll
Zuji has released the findings of its latest travel insights study which profiles the habits and preferences of Singapore-based travellers. Themed ‘Giving Back is the New Black’, 855 Singapore-based travellers participated in the poll, which asked participants a series of questions detailing their preferences when it comes to charity and donating to the less privileged on Singapore
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