Posts tagged tourism blog
Seasonal staff training is the best way to improve your customer experience

You rely on seasonal staff to deliver your best customer experience at the busiest time.  Check out the benefits of seasonal staff training and take account of these 5 tips if you want to make your staff training programme as effective as possible. 

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Team huddle for entrepreneurs, the best 5 minutes of your day

Do you want your team to have more focus this season? Would you like to improve productivity and accountability? What about keeping team spirit and team morale high even when you’re all flat out looking after your visitor?  Could the answer possibly be a Team Huddle Meeting?

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How to take great Social Media images this season

Tourism is lucky in that it has a wonderful amount of opportunities all the time for great social media shots. So have your smartphone at the ready for the season, and capture those really important moments, the things that tell people a little bit about your story, that allow them get to know you and your team, that show your visitors having a fantastic time. Basically, anything that would make people want to spend time with you.

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3 benefits of online training you need to know

Sceptical of e-learning and online training programmes?  Here are 3 benefits of online learning that make it particularly attractive for business owners and managers in tourism and hospitality.   

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Food Tourism Networks - What is the point?

Tina talks through what the true purpose and objectives of food tourism networks might be, highlighting the need to differentiate the means from the end.

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High Performance Tourism Networks – A chance for meaningful data

Tina explains her believe that High Performance Tourism Networks provide destinations with a chance to generate meaningful local data.

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The standard you set is the standard you get

What standard are you setting for yourself? What’s going to be good enough for you? What are you prepared to settle for? To put it in a better way, what are you preparing to aim for?

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Megatrends & Tourism Series #Week 10: Travel & Tourism

The tenth and final instalment of the Megatrends & Tourism Series considers how increased travel has implications for the tourism industry that will really challenge practitioners in the coming years. 

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Megatrends & Tourism Series #Week9: Health & Wellness

This ninth instalment of the Megatrends & Tourism Series considers how preoccupations with health and wellbeing are making ‘wellness’ an integral part of all tourism experiences.

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Megatrends & Tourism Series #Week 8: Virtual Reality

Tina looks at what a Virtual Reality future might mean for tourism businesses. She offers some ideas on getting started with VR and also queries the balance between economic opportunity and social benefit.

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Megatrends & Tourism Series #Week 7: Demographics & Population - AGE

This seventh instalment looks at age. Tina talks about how generational differences remain key influencers of visitor communication strategies, and she takes a particular look at Seniors, Generation Y and Gen Z.

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