Health and wellness, mindfulness and a separation of experience. That’s what travellers want in an ultra long haul flight. But what does that mean for luxury fliers?
Read the second instalment of our interview with Chris Flynn and Caroline Childs from the new World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage (WTACH).
The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) predicts international tourism arrivals will surge to 1.8billion by the end of 2030.
The Luxperience team is growing with James Arnott starting a new role as Client Manager. James will be working closely with key stakeholders in the lead up to the 2019 event.
By the year 2030, the number of global international tourist arrivals will have grown to 1.8 billion. That means sustainability is more important than ever.
The figures are in and tourism is booming in Australia. The latest results show record growth that shows no sign of slowing down.
Organising business events that inspire attendees and encourage strong connections to form is no easy feat.
Are you familiar with the word ‘Instagrammability’? You should be – because it’s changing the way millennials are choosing their holidays.
How can you predict where the next luxury hotspots will be? Follow the hotel openings. For 2019, luxury travellers will be heading to Australia, Greece, Japan, Sri-Lanka and many more.
Relocating to a new state of the art venue was just one of the enhancements we provided at this year’s event. Another high point was the number of new premium quality buyers and suppliers who participated. We’ve shared some of our successes with our 2018 event business outcomes.