Safety, keeping in touch with friends and family, and a healthy diet were ranked among top priorities by European business travellers in a study conducted by The Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) and sponsored by AirPlus International. The 2013 European Business Traveller Well-Being Study also revealed European business travellers stresses and showed that they are […]
The second semi-final of Eurovision 2013 took place last night in Malmo. Ten winners move forward to this weekend’s Grand Final that will reveal Europe’s best performer and song of the year. This year’s contest is loaded with more talent than any previous contest in memory, but a lot more by way of political and artistic expressiveness too.
In a move to tap travelers from India, The Zanzibar Collection has appointed Renuka Natu as their Representative in India. News from the Travel Biz Monitor tells of Natu’s product and destinations expertise via the Kuoni and the Swiss Tourism Board. India execs may need take a look at a luxury Island getaway not so often mentioned, or EU execs for that matter. Look.
I was just speaking via Facebook IM with Cécile Adam, one of the owners of Mendoza, Argentina luxury resort Entre Cielos, which we covered in this article last year. News today from there speaks of what Cécile says may be a record grape harvest for their wine operations, and the hotel being picked a favorite by Travel & Leisure recently.
For those of you thinking about a career in hospitality there’s no better place to begin your quest than researching Europe’s best schools and universities. Where practical knowledge meets the cutting edge and trends of today’s competitive world of travel experts, getting a great start on a career still usually begins in the halls of knowledge. Argo Travel takes a look at five of the best places to launch a hospitality career.