Trade groups see opportunities in youth, ethnic and multigenerational markets.
Finding a restaurant that can serve 20 to 40 travelers easily is not always a simple task. These restaurants are courting the group travel market.
CVBs show that they have generous hearts by staying involved in local nonprofit events.
We asked the staff of The Group Travel Leader, "What’s a great local restaurant or watering hole that you’ve discovered on the road?"
CVBs often step up and step on for groups touring their area.
Not only are individuals and couples visiting spas and resorts, but groups find these special getaway spots are perfect for them, too.
The video-based news and publicity program for NTA and UMA organizations became a major element on the convention floor.
Travel Exchange featured several sessions that highlighted current trends in tourism, giving attendees a fascinating look at new trip ideas.
Three Travel Exchange sessions focused on emerging markets in Hispanic travel, faith-based travel and young professionals in the tourism industry.
Lisa Simon, president of NTA, and Vic Parra, president of UMA, discuss Travel Exchange 2013.