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Intrax has announced its acquisition of Invasion Camp Group, including the AmeriCamp, Camp Thailand, Camp.co.uk and Wrestling Travel Divisions.
Gapforce launches new UK-based courses based on its flagship Expedition Leader Training Course in Costa Rica, enabling people to get a taster or start their journey into the outdoor industry.
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.
The webinar on Friday, 16 April will provide insights into how the new Virtual Career Training programme benefits international trainees via remote internships, live English classes and professional career coaching.
Call to EU governments to allow young people from the EU to participate in au pair and other cultural exchange programmes in the UK.
WYSE Travel Confederation calls on members and industry to lobby their ambassadors to revoke Presidential Proclamation 10052.
WYSE Travel Confederation calls for the revocation of the Presidential Proclamation 10052 and to open up visa appointments for J-1 BridgeUSA participants.
Nick Pound, Chair of the Travel Safety Panel opens the conversation about the issues, needs and expectations related to travel safety.
The latest COVID-19 Travel Business Impact Survey asked respondents what constitutes responsible travel and whether visiting less touristed areas is responsible given the pandemic.
A nation-wide survey of youth tourism operators to measure the impact the expiration of JobKeeper will have on the inbound youth travel industry has validated the concerns BYTAP has expressed to the government.
Pieter van der Zeeuw, Chairman of the Accommodation Sector Panel and CEO of Hans Brinker Hostels gives members an update and invites you to a call to discuss how to deal with rates, forecasts and revenue management.