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Euromonitor Expects Europe Tourism Recovery to be ‘Slow’ and ‘Painful’

Tourism recovery in Europe in the aftermath of Covid-19 is expected to be long and tedious, according to a Euromonitor report presented at WTM London.

Euromonitor Webinar to Assess Prospects for Global Travel and Tourism

Euromonitor International and WTM Global on March 25 will host a webinar to discuss the prospects for the global travel and tourism market.

Euromonitor: Digital and Sustainable Innovations will Boost Travel Recovery

Creative new ideas in digital and sustainable technologies will help travel and tourism to rebound after the Covid-19 pandemic, says Euromonitor International.

WTM Virtual Day 1 Focuses on the Travel Industry’s Future

The first day of WTM Virtual on November 9 pulled together ministers, travel leaders, entrepreneurs, experts and researchers to discuss the future of the travel industry in the post-Covid-19 era.

Euromonitor: Global Tourism will Take 3-5 years to Recover from Covid-19

Global tourism will take at least 3-5 years to recover from Covid-19, but players are finding innovative ways to survive the crisis, according to Euromonitor International.

WTM London will Once Again Show that #IdeasArriveHere

WTM London will once again host a series of high-profile industry conferences and seminars, as part of its #IdeasArriveHere concept.

Competitive Prices Key to Limit ‘No-deal’ Brexit Impact on Greek Tourism

If Greece keeps its holiday prices at competitive levels, the impact of a "No-deal" Brexit will perhaps not be so severe on the country's travel and tourism sector, according to Euromonitor International.

European Destinations Prefer Quality Over Quantity, Says Report

Popular European cities are wooing more upmarket, niche and cultured travelers and fewer mass-market tourists, according to a report released by Euromonitor International.

Travel Leaders Look Ahead to 2019 at WTM London

Top executives of the tourism industry will participate in a session titled “World Travel Leaders – What to expect in 2019”, which will be held during the WTM London in November.

Brexit: A ‘No-deal’ Outcome is Worst-case Scenario for Travel

Fears about the impact of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit on the travel trade dominated debates during the first day of the World Travel Market (WTM) 2017 in London.

WTM London 2017: Travel Experts to Predict Key Trends in UK Market

Senior executives will debate the impact of Brexit, currency movements and other geopolitical trends during the “World Travel Leaders” session at WTM London 2017 in November.

WTM 2016: Brexit Will Hit Inbound and Outbound Markets – But Trade Is Resilient, Say Bosses

Countries around the world will see a decline in visitors from the UK as Brits feel the pinch following the referendum vote, according to experts in a debate on Brexit, held during the first day of the World Travel Market (WTM) London on Monday.