Up to one in eight UK jobs expected to remain unfilled due to labour shortages; restrictions hinder the recovery and add to the current crisis.
The important role that tourism will play in the recovery of national economies and global trade has been highlighted in the 2022 edition of the World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) report by the United Nations.
Resort gives a safe and warm welcome to travellers from overseas with SHA Plus+ certified hygiene standards and a range of new guest experiences.
The new mid-year revision of the ‘Asia Pacific Visitor Forecasts 2021-2023’ from the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) indicates a hard year ahead in 2021 but with recovery occurring thereafter, albeit in a very uneven fashion.
Analysis finds hospitality-related job postings up 58% since this time last year and up 28% from pre-pandemic.
Applications are open until 20th June for micro, small, and medium-sized tourism enterprises in Egypt, Mexico, South Africa and Kenya.
The European Tourism Manifesto alliance calls on Member States to ensure swift implementation before July.
Hotels have weathered the pandemic storm well with support from lenders, with a bounce-back of trade expected, although for some this may take three to four years to achieve.