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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.
WYSE Travel Confederation member Tourism Australia provided insights into the state of tourism in Australia, reopening to international visitors and post-pandemic trends.
Nathan Blecharczyk, Co-founder, CSO and Chairman of Airbnb China and Rafael Museri, CEO of Selina give a brief insight into how their accommodation models are adapting to work-live trends.
A panel of representatives from TourRadar, G Adventures and Nezasa discussed the future of multi-day tours and trends in the sector.
The latest article in WYSE Travel Confederation’s Travel Business Impact Series looks at expected business recovery dates for organisations active in the youth, student and educational industry.
Will the Biden administration have a positive effect on business in the youth travel industry?
Carye Duffin, Chair of the WYSE Travel Confederation Cultural Exchange Panel provides an update on the latest activities of the Panel and aims for the near future.
The WYSE Travel Confederation Travel Safety Sector Panel shares their perspectives on the how and if a digital health passport could be the solution to safely restarting international travel.
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a&o Hostels has partnered with Berlin startup Das Lab to offer COVID-19 testing facilities at selected properties in Germany.
The programme allows international high school students to study English and Dutch in The Netherlands, with 50% of classes taught in Dutch and the other 50% in English.