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17. Whale Shark Research Team to Return to Conrad Maldives in May
The Maldives Whale Shark Research Programme team will return to the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island this May. During their two-month summer visit the charity will run regular snorkelling excursions for guests to swim with whale sharks as well as collect data and conduct research into this endangered and little-known animal.
18. SHTM and COTRI Sign MOU on Tourism Education and Research
The School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) and China Outbound Tourism Research Institute Ltd. (COTRI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Monday to promote collaboration in tourism education and research.
19. Global Experts launch Research for 13-Year Middle East Tourism Blueprint
Global Experts launch Research for 13-Year Middle East Tourism Blueprint. Global Futures & Foresight (GFF) - a global strategic futures think tank - is undertaking in-depth research of the Middle East travel and tourism industry for an incisive 13-year blueprint for the sector, with a pathfinding Vision To 2020 report due at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) - the regions premier
20. Banyan Trees Marine Research Facility in Maldives Celebrates Fifth Anniversary
Banyan Trees Marine Research Facility in Maldives Celebrates Fifth Anniversary. Banyan Trees in-house marine research facility in the Maldives celebrated its fifth anniversary last month. The Marine Lab at Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru provides an umbrella for coordinating extensive conservation work conducted by associates, guests and scientists while also providing a centre for raisin
21. Latest Travel and Tourism Research indicates Industry Slowdown in 2008
Latest Travel and Tourism Research indicates Industry Slowdown in 2008. World travel and tourism is expected to generate close to US$8 trillion in 2008, rising to approximately US$15 trillion over the next ten years, according to the latest Tourism Satellite Accounting research released by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and its strategic partner Accenture.
22. Conrad Maldives Extends Support to Whale Shark Research
Conrad Maldives Rangali Island Extends Support to Whale Shark Research. Visitors to Rangali Island between April and June will also have the opportunity to learn more about the whale shark population from the team during their regular visits to the resort as well as the opportunity to join the team on research trips.
23. New Research Released on Australian Spa Industry
New Research Released on Australian Spa Industry. Intelligent Spas has released new research on the Australian spa industry that identifies spa a growth in spa numbers of 152% over the last five years. The new Australia Spa Benchmark Report 2002-2010 features over 450 statistics including updated financial benchmarks covering revenue, visits and employment plus valuable benchmark r
24. New Research Studies Executive Expats Abroad
New Research Studies Executive Expats Abroad. The research revealed more about this breed of extended stay business traveler - the executive expat. They are largely senior executives who travel extensively - often on long-term assignment - and 68% consider themselves expatriates. They tend to be male (84%), middle aged (47 years old), married (73%), traveling with spouses (53%), wi

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