Buyer's Guide for the Group Travel Industry
The travel industry is constantly evolving, and tourism professionals must grow with it in order to succeed. In our annual Buyer's Guide for the Group Travel Industry, we bring you the latest info on trends, challenges and opportunities facing the industry, plus creative ideas on how to grow and improve your travel organization. Check out these articles from the most recent issue and read below for highlights from previous editions.
Nice to Meet You: New Faces in the Industry
Travel is back, but some of the professionals you know and love from the travel industry are not. Get to know these newcomers to the industry.
Affordable Alternatives Your Group Will Love
Here’s a roundup of great destinations that give groups the chance to travel from coast to coast without wearing out their wallets.
Industry Relationships: The Ties That Bind
We spoke to four industry veterans about how they are staying connected, the different hats they are wearing these days, an innovative approach to DMO partnering and the abundance of new tour offerings they’ve been developing.
How to Adapt and Thrive During Travel’s Rebound
Tourism leaders are working to balance the pent-up demand for travel with the uncertainty that still remains in the public health landscape.
Group Travel Confronts an Unprecedented Crisis in COVID-19
The Group Travel Leader spoke with the heads of four tourism industry associations to get their perspectives on these unprecedented challenges and how the industry is working together to overcome them.
Alternative Dining Ideas
Groups can feel at ease when dining together knowing that these organizations have done the safety prep work for them.
Holiday Trips Await
Groups can still travel this year with a trip to one of these cities known for their holiday celebrations.
Avoid the Crowds and Head to a State Park
In a season when everyone wants to be outdoors, state parks offer scenic alternatives to many of the national parks that are sure to be crowded with travelers.