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161. Traffic to Travel Websites in Australia Surges
Australia's internet user population may be dwarfed by that of regional neighbors China, Japan and India, but the continent is nonetheless one of Asia Pacific's most mature and dynamic online travel markets. A new report from travel industry research authority PhoCusWright, created in partnership with global digital intelligence provider comScore, finds that travel is one of Austra
162. IHG Survey Reveals Growing Desire for Personalised Services
According to new research published by InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) travellers now want hotel brands that are 3D global, local and personal, rather than 2D global and local. It shows that travellers are reshaping their expectations of global hotel brands and are now looking for hotels to not only deliver consistently good service and to reflect local trends and customs,
163. LaSalle Hotel Properties Joins Industry Fellows Program @ Cornell
LaSalle Hotel Properties Joins Industry Fellows Program @ Cornell. LaSalle Hotel Properties has joined the Industry Fellows program at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration's Center for Real Estate Finance (CREF). As an Industry Fellow, the company will provide financial support to the center, benefit from the research findings of CREF faculty, and inform the development of CR
164. Window Seat or Aisle Seat? CWT Sheds Light on Global Preferences
Research by CWT shows that two-thirds of business travelers prefer window seats over aisle seats. That rises to 71% in Asia Pacific, and falls to 59% in the Americas, with the Europeans in the middle at 65% window over aisle.
165. Travel and Tourism Can Be Driver of Peace
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has unveiled the results of new research quantifying the links between tourism and peace. The report, Tourism as a Driver for Peace, conducted with the Institute of Economics and Peace (IEP), the worlds pre-eminent think tank measuring peace, shows how important an open and sustainable tourism sector can be for the levels of peace in a cou
166. Best Practices in the Hospitality Industry - Jakarta 12 December 2009
Best Practices in the Hospitality Industry - Jakarta 12 December 2009. Dr Smith will cover the research methodology and selected cases reflecting best practices identified across the Asia Pacific region. The cases are subdivided into categories of General Management, Human Resource Management, Training and Development, Operations, Corporate Social Responsibility, Environmental Issu
167. Samui Hotel Supply Hits 16,069 Rooms
Koh Samui Hotel Supply Hits 16,069 Rooms. The Thai resort island of Koh Samui is experiencing growing pains as hotel supply hits 16,069 rooms according to the Samui Hotel Market Update, an extensive research project into the market undertaken by Thailand consulting firm C9 Hotelworks. C9 Hotelworks Managing Director, Bill Barnett, said the prevailing challenge for the destination w
168. New CWT Research Looks at Mobile Bookings in Corporate Travel Market
Carlson Wagonlit Travel has released Tap into mobile: managed travel in the digital economy, an investigation into the impact of mobile in the managed travel space. The free-to-download study suggests that mobile bookings are set to climb steeply over the next decade and will influence not only the entire traveler experience but will shift how travel managers control their travel p

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