Accor has announced a new partnership with Ennismore, the parent company of The Hoxton hotel chain, to create an all new lifestyle brand.
Prime Minister Mitsotakis says “Greece needs to become attractive to investors in five ways, not simply over low labor cost. Now what?
Argophilia Travel News connects with RevitUp’s Business Development Manager Nikos Giokas to get his take on the event, and on the new normal the industry is adapting to.
Each November PhocusWire has begun the Phocuswright Conference with the release of our annual Hot 25 Startups. Here is the list for 2021.
The International Olive Council (IOC) goes live with “The future of the olive sector” teleconference today.
In the understatement of the century, Phocuswright experts claim tavel won’t recover from the impact of the coronavirus crisis before 2025.
The shift away from nature began when ancient society departed from the refined feminine dominated civilizations. There must be a way back…
COVID-19 has shaken the world. It’s just too bad that the Air Transport Association (IATA) and other leadership were not more proactive.
Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis and Deputy Tourism Minister Manos Konsolas are now in a precautionary quarantine.
Europe’s 2nd lockdown is already negatively impacting hotel performance. Data from STR and other researchers reveals October performance way down.
December 1st – 4th, forty travel and hospitality companies will meet online at the Hospitality Marketplace: Just Pitch It online event.
Greek health officials are finding evidence the COVID crisis is abating, get this, at sewage treatment plants in Thessaloniki and Athens.
Greece’s government now admits that the current lockdown to stop COVID-19 was too late. Now, hospitals in the country are overwhelmed.
A report says passenger volumes are not correlated to changes in Covid-19 infection rates in Europe. Our editor debunks this contention.
Crete olive producers stand at the threshold of a new era of prosperity, if they could only grasp it.