Despite inflation pressures, travelers continue to prioritize vacations within the next six months. A survey record high indicated travelers now say the rising gas prices will impact their decision 25% more than COVID-19. With this, travelers are also changing what they spend their money on. Domestic and international travel and feelings of safety has continued to improve. With travelers feeling safer, the likelihood of those taking an international trip has increased to pre-pandemic levels.Read More...
Measuring corporate social responsibility in the tourism industry has four dimensions. Our workplace benefits and programs, as well as our board governance structure, may influence funding decisions. Pandemic influence continues to be mixed bag for travelers. Travelers want to see inspiring ads, but they don't always "see themselves" reflected.Read More...
Ohio has lost $10.7 billion in traveler spending since January 2020, but showed a 1% improvement over 2019 spending in May. This is the first time 2019 levels reached overall. Recovery is highly uneven and being propelled by leisure and car travel. Attraction gift shops may play an important role in getting people through your doors. Networking opportunities driving the desire to attend in-person meetings. Flexibility when working with meeting planners is still needed. While optimism grows on being able to hold in-person events, it's tampered by the realities of budgeting.Read More...
June 28, 2022
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