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The Mayor of London announced £5 million to support the reopening of central London and its hard-hit retail, hospitality, and cultural venues and protect a maximum number of tourism jobs.
Clink Hostels has announced its mission to achieve B Corporation status, after 86% of travellers say companies must do more to challenge social, political and environmental issues.
Melbourne-based Welcome to Travel has used the pandemic downtime to double its offerings in the Work and Travel market.
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WYSE Travel Confederation supports youth travel accommodation providers with safe accommodation self-declaration
By definition, hostels are social spaces for budget-friendly accommodation and solo travellers keen to meet new friends and explore a destination. With Corona virus sweeping across the globe, the typical hostel model has been challenged and keeping guests and staff safe has become paramount.
The World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation is pleased to announce the release of a new publication titled The Youth Travel Industry and COVID-19.
Sunny days and lively nights attract WYSTC delegates to the buzzing capital of Portugal for business
More than 600 representatives are convening in Lisbon for the 28th World Youth and Student Travel Conference (WYSTC).