According to the new WTTC report, the sector has enriched people at a faster rate than the overall economy.
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health and World Travel & Tourism Council release guidelines for safe return to work
Memorandum signed to ensure safe recovery for travel & tourism sector.
n recognition of the challenges faced by the travel and tourism industry, ICC and WTTC have released a Quick Restart Guide for Employers to provide businesses with recommendations for ensuring operational readiness, preparing staff and limiting risk of exposure to the virus within workplaces.
The guidelines are designed to drive the return of safe, healthy and responsible travel and ensure the insurance sector is fit for purpose to operate for travellers in the ‘new normal’ of the COVID-19 world.
Millions of people employed by WTTC member companies large and small have volunteered their time and expertise, many putting their own lives on the line, to provide essential help to their beleaguered communities with relief efforts.
WTTC and JLL’s index measures and categorizes 50 global gateway cities into one of five levels of “readiness” and provides actionable solutions to foster sustainable growth in tourism activity. @WTTC @JLL
The taskforce comprises WTTC Members and sector associations to become the first global industry-wide initiative to assert zero tolerance and share best practice. @WTTC
The sector represents 20.6% of Greek GDP compared to the global average of 10.4%. @WTTC
Travel & Tourism in Africa is booming, growing 5.6% in 2018 compared to the global average of 3.9% and the broader African economy rate of 3.2%. @WTTC