Tour operators must be prepared for future shocks or perish

LETTER | Anyone unprepared for future shocks would find it difficult to cope with the rapidity of social and technological change and could suffer from physical and psychological distress and disorientation. A sudden awakening would overload an organization’s capacity for adaptation or decision-making. In the travel industry, this is more …

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Ancient droppings show residents of today’s Austria drank beer and ate blue cheese up to 2,700 years ago – ScienceDaily

Human faeces usually don’t stay long – and certainly not for thousands of years. But exceptions to this general rule can be found in a few places around the world, including the prehistoric salt mines in Austria’s UNESCO World Heritage Area Hallstatt-Dachstein / Salzkammergut. Now, researchers who have studied ancient …

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Boosting tourism through disruption – the Hindu

India needs a comprehensive disruptive strategy to harness the potential of the tourism and hospitality sector India’s tourism and hospitality sector has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and has suffered significant job losses. How to get this sector out of the COVID-19 trap? The Indian government recently announced financial …

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