Copenhagen’s transformation away from their industrial economy has transformed the city into a haven for their residents and visitors alike. Life is good!, explains Lars Bernhard Joerg, CEO of Copenhagen’s tourist office (Wonderful Copenhagen). There is a lot more…Low cost carrier Norwegian Air’s continued successful growth in Europe and internationally, booming internationally recognized gastronomic offering across all sectors…
33% growth is unheard of, but that’s what Ireland experience in 2014 and looking to match this number for 2015, Tourism Ireland’s Central Marketing Director, Mark Henry, tells TravelMole. Good fortunes, good tourism management and marketing, simple things like packaging visitor routes, increased air capacity… and look out for gastronomy.
Three year old Urban Adventures is already nearing 100,000 bookings a year, Darrell Wade, CEO of four year old Peak Adventure Travel, holding company comprising of the world’s leading Adventure travel companies, some dating back to the 70s and 80s, such as Exodus, Trek America, Intrepid Travel, tells TravelMole. Hear Darrell’s general update about PEAK.
Representing all European national tourism offices, European Travel Commission (ETC), continues to promoting Europe internationally to consumers and the travel trade, as well as providing research about inbound tourism to Europe, Eduardo Santander, CEO of ETC meets up with TravelMole Publisher.
While South Africa continues to be an innovative leader in tourism development, dealing with challenges as all destinations have, it is understandably being exasperated by current (April 2015) violence against and by immigrants. Tourism Business Council of South Africa CEO, Ms Mmatšatši Ramawela… the umbrella body for private sector in the South African travel and tourism industry meets with TravelMole Publisher at WTTC Summit in Madrid.
Anat Ben Yosef, Israel Ministry Of Tourism, new Western Region Director explains how their over 6 offices throughout USA and Canada are there to support travel industry and the opportunities to tap religious travel groups.