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1. Macau Unveils Results of Latest Tracking Study on Family Hostels
The Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has unveiled the results of its latest tracking study on family hostels. Following the feasibility study on family hostels in 2014, the MGTO commissioned a research institute last year to carry out a tracking study on family hostels from 28 July to 29 August 2016 to learn more about residentsí latest stance on opening of family hostels in
2. ITB Asia commissions Study on SMEs in Asia Pacific Travel and Tourism
ITB Asia commissions Study on SMEs in Asia Pacific Travel and Tourism. Messe Berlin (Singapore), organisers of the ITB Asia, the region's newest travel trade show, have commissioned a study on the future of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Asia Pacific travel and tourism industry. The study is designed to underscore the important role played by the thousands of trav
3. Cornell Study Highlights Importance of Hotel Loyalty Programmes
A new study from the Center for Hospitality Research (CHR) at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration highlights how well designed hotel loyalty programs encourage frequent guests to become even more frequent. The study, Assessing the Benefits of Reward Programs: A Recommended Approach and Case Study from the Lodging Industry offers a graduated set of methods for hotels to measu
4. FutureBrand showcasing Third Annual Gulf Real Estate Study at Cityscape Abu Dhabi
FutureBrand showcasing Third Annual Gulf Real Estate Study at Cityscape Abu Dhabi. FutureBrand, a leading international brand consultancy firm with offices in 20 cities around the world, is promoting its third annual Gulf Real Estate Study (GRES) at Cityscape Abu Dhabi taking place until 15 May 2008, at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC). The study provides a comprehe
5. Study Shows Popular Fish Consumed in Hong Kong Under Serious Threat
A new study on the future of fish in the South China Sea reveals that key species consumed in Hong Kong are under serious threat from overfishing and habitat destruction, and unless immediate action is taken it will be too late. Some of the topline findings of the study - Boom or Bust, The Future of Fish in the South China Sea - show that some marine resources have been fished down
6. Cornell Study Finds LEED Certification Boosts Hotel Revenue
A new study from Cornell University has found that hotels gain a revenue benefit when they are certified under the LEED sustainable building program. By comparing LEED certified hotels with a competitive set of non-certified hotels, the study found substantial increases in ADR and RevPAR for the LEED hotels.
7. TripAdvisor Reveals Results of Restaurant Engagement Study
TripAdvisor has announced the results of its first ever restaurant engagement study, uncovering which factors drive the most engagement from consumers researching places to eat on the websiteís restaurant pages. The study analysed data such as number of reviews, management responses, photo content and the presence of opening hours across a representative sample of restaurants to re
8. Study of Jet Fuel Made from Saltwater Plants
Study of Jet Fuel Made from Saltwater Plants. The Masdar Institute of Science and Technology in Abu Dhabi will lead the study, which will examine the overall potential for sustainable, large-scale production of biofuels made from salicornia bigelovii and saltwater mangroves - plants known as halophytes. Yale University's School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and UOP will also

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