Destinationaires: turning regional locations into destination tourism

Typsy

So how can tourism-based hospitality businesses pivot their thinking to embrace the evolving needs and demands of travelers? To explain further, Wil Slickers joins us to talk about the ways hospitality and tourism innovators - destinationaires - can turn local spots into tourist destinations. Travel trends are changing. To do this, we need to think about the reasons people travel to so-called ‘destination holidays’ - and how that can also drive people to visit local destinations.

The best tourism direct marketing campaigns for the post-COVID world

Typsy

Hospitality marketing Hotels Hospitality insights Restaurants Bars COVID-19 Travel & tourismDirect marketing for your business post-COVID might be an intimidating thought, especially because of how much the market has changed.

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Trending! Travel bubbles: the next big opportunity in hospitality

Typsy

If your area usually relies heavily on tourism to support its hospitality industry, you've probably felt the pinch in the last six months. Hotels Hospitality insights Hospitality managers Restaurants Bars COVID-19 Travel & tourism

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Disruption Decade: Travel and Tourism Impact

Foodable

The two discuss the troubling effects coronavirus has and will continue to have on travel and tourism. In the latest episode of the Disruption Decade podcast, Paul Barron sits down with Marek Zmys?owski, owski, a Polish-born author, entrepreneur, and executive. He is also the co-founder of Jumia Travel, Africa’s largest hotel booking portal. owski’s autobiography , Chasing Black Unicorns , examines his various—and sometimes dangerous—online business ventures in Poland and Nigeria.

Staycation Itinerary: The Boyne Valley, Ireland

Gastro Gays

Small but mighty. Little yet lusty.

Typsy chats with. Wil Slickers, 'Slick Talk' hospitality podcast

Typsy

Wil sat down with Typsy to chat about all things hospitality, including destination tourism in the post-COVID future, cultivating a good hospitality team, and what guests really want. Wil Slickers is hospitality force to be reckoned with.

7 Tips for Hospitality Marketing During COVID-19

Social Hospitality

How did SARs or H1N1 affect tourism and what was the response? As worldwide markets continue to feel the pain of COVID-19, companies of every size are suffering from the effects. However, no one understands the consequences more than the travel and hospitality industries. The impact of Coronavirus on restaurants and hotels has been insurmountable. . This pandemic has forced most companies to reevaluate their financial plans and marketing strategies.

Without the Tourists, the Fate of Portuguese Food Is Unclear

EATER

Nowhere in Europe has tourism played as big a role in shaping the overall food scene as Portugal. Over the last several years there’s been a drastic spike in the number of travelers flocking to the Iberian country — tourism pumped 18 million euros into the local economy in 2019 alone (compare that to 9.4 We are facing a crisis that can be very serious for the entire chain since our country depends essentially on tourism,” says Rodrigues.

Now’s the time to ask your Member of Parliament for financial help…

Ken Burgin

Tourism and hospitality is reeling from the terrible fires and drought – the effect on small business is catastrophic. That means a lot less employment, no-one investing in new equipment, and a lot less money in the economy. Will it create a recession? I believe that now is the time for direct financial support for small business operators in Australia – on the scale of what was done after the GFC (Global Financial Crisis) in 2007-9.

Drinking in America

EATER

Before the coronavirus pandemic ravaged the food and beverage industry, bars were the default backdrops for many people’s lives: first dates, heartbreaks, celebrations, bad days.

The Australian Craft Beverage Movement – Reshaping the F&B Landscape

Future Food

There must be something that provides an enticing and satisfying experience for the visitor, to ensure that they will tell their friends and come back.” - Dr. Alison Dunn 2018 | How Tourism can support the local craft beverage industry. This sector relies heavily on tourism bringing the customers to the source, which is a dependence that not all producers in the industry are comfortable with and a risky business model to base your sales strategy around.

This week in restaurant news: Beard nominees, liability risk, how restaurants shape their cities

OpenTable

As major employers and cultural hubs, restaurants have the power to boost tourism and foster community – but without adequate relief, business owners worry about their cities’ futures. Every week we’re rounding up some of our favorite articles with trends and tidbits from the world of restaurants. Tell us: what made your reading list this week? The 2020 James Beard Award Nominees – James Beard Foundation.

Food & Beverage Strategy - Future Focused

Future Food

The Arcade Food Theatre in London. Food & Beverage Strategy - Future Focused Diversification of Food and Hospitality Destinations is the key to Success.

Cracking the Language Barrier: When is Hospitality Not Hospitality

Future Food

On the European continent, they view Hospitality very much as the Americans – Hotels and Tourism – with both the French and the Germans in agreement about this. Bavel, LA - Hospitality Design Award Finalist Image Via Bavel DTLA. Cracking the Language Barrier. WHEN IS HOSPITALITY NOT HOSPITALITY? When it’s in the United States. Now before you think we are taking a shot at our American friends, I assure you we are not.

3 Secrets to Excite your Edna Valley Vine Adventure

A Wine Story

Between Los Angeles and the Napa Valley ,, the Central Coast is famous for grape-growing, agriculture, and tourism – with Santa Barbara being the most famous of its six regions. Be sure to check out this link to San Luis Obispo Tourism for more information.on E dna Valley Wine ries.

Must Be Something in the Sunshine

Modern Restaurant Management

Perez Grajales said Central Florida is a perfect place due the diversity of the culinary offerings, large tourism industry and exposure to global palates. BurgerFi got its start in 2011 in southeast Florida with its first location opening in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea.

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3 Delicious Secrets of Pairing Wine With Food

A Wine Story

Pairing wine with food makes the Napa Valley such a popular tourism destination. Pairing Wine with Food at Stag’s Leap. Pairing Wine with Food at Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars. When you fantasize about the Napa Valley, two things usually come to mind: Delicious food and wine. Today virtually all the wineries offer visitors the ability to enjoy pairing wine with food experiences. The Napa Valley.

MRM Research Roundup: Holiday Edition

Modern Restaurant Management

“They’ve had to basically adapt and change their entire business model,” says Yang Yang, an associate professor in the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) at Temple University.

Saving Restaurants, Grocers, and Lives in the Process

Modern Restaurant Management

Amidst the Coronavirus economic upheaval that we’ll be experiencing for the foreseeable future, some industries have had to immediately close up shop, from the entirety of the tourism industry, to sports, and beyond. Restaurants have also been hit hard and smaller grocers are having difficulty coping with the strain of demands. But, a few shifts in terms of fulfillment can save many jobs, while cutting down possible exposure at the same time.

Maximize your reach with the right blog topics

Island Media Management

Being on an island that depends heavily on tourism, we can provide services that enhance business in the hospitality and tourism sector. One of the most common obstacles we encounter is finding the right blog topics to boost SEO and at the same time create an informative post. In the article this week, we will run through how to brainstorm blog topics, how to create unique ones, find out if your blog topics are accomplishing your business’ goals, and how to not run out of ideas.

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COVID-19 Resources for the Restaurant Industry

KaTom

Louisiana Department of Tourism. COVID-19 & the Restaurant Industry. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) characterized COVID-19 as a pandemic , which indicates “the worldwide spread of a new disease.” ” COVID-19, formerly known as the 2019 novel coronavirus, is a disease caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) virus.

Improving the Sustainability of Your Restaurant During Challenging Times

Future Food

Good Luck Hot Pot Restaurant Empty due to the effects of the Coronaviris. Image via Good Food). Improving the sustainability of your restaurant during challenging times – a lesson for everyday trading. The sustainability of any restaurant or F&B business is always dependant on meeting the needs of the intended target market and remaining relevant to those customer segments with authentic food and a range of promotions, offers and experiences that encourage repeat patronage.

Florida Continues Reopening Restaurants, Miami to Open Wednesday

Restaurant Engine

The Florida Keys have been closed to visitors since March 22 to minimize the spread of COVID-19 especially in its tourism center, Key West. Florida is the nation’s eighth most densely populated state, but one of the earliest to lift COVID-19 restaurant restrictions.

How Coronavirus is Impacting Restaurants

Aaron Allen & Associates

The economic slowdown, public markets in distress, supply chains interrupted, tourism coming to a halt, consumers staying at home (which — for many — translates to a lower disposable income), and huge uncertainty can have long-lived effects for many restaurant businesses. Disruption from Coronavirus has been especially significant for the restaurant industry.

Three Trends That Will Keep Restaurateurs on Their Toes in 2020

Modern Restaurant Management

That’s on one front, at least, as restaurateurs across the country scramble to get a piece of the action as the fledgling cannabis tourism industry starts to take off. Expect a collision of trends to mark the restaurant industry in 2020 as ambitious operators in today’s increasingly marijuana friendly environment test both legal limits and consumer appetites by looking to launch cannabis cafes that serve farm-to-table … everything.

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Tyga Bites and Sushi with an Attitude

Modern Restaurant Management

In this edition of MRM News Bites, we feature a lot of tech news, a celebrity-owned virtual dining concept, and the annual Neighborhood to Nation Restaurant Recipe Contest. TouchBistro Acquires TableUp.

MRM Research Roundup: Mid-Year 2020 Edition

Modern Restaurant Management

According to new research from faculty members in Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) and the school’s U.S.-Asia Asia Center for Tourism and Hospitality Research, the ability to visit restaurants is one thing folks have greatly missed over the last few months. We will likely see more innovative collaboration between the tourism, health and insurance industries,” Li said.

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Burger Brawl: The Best Cities for Burger King and McDonald’s Lovers

Modern Restaurant Management

Known for beaches, amusement parks and tourism, you might not equate The Sunshine State with fast food. Would you ever consider moving to a new city because it had a high concentration of your favorite fast food restaurants? If that sounds like you, Apartment Guide has come out with some interesting data. Using national housing trend data, they have compiled a list of cities that have the highest per-capita instances of either a Burger King or McDonalds restaurant.

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Here’s What You Missed From the 2020 James Beard Awards ‘Ceremony’

EATER

Reichenbach handed off the ceremony to its host, Chicago media personality Ji Suk Yi, who stood on a real stage, as she made it clear that the Foundation needed to fulfill its contract with the Chicago tourism board. James Beard Foundation.

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MRM Franchise Feed: Opportunity is Barking and the Spirit of BBQ

Modern Restaurant Management

“Florida is an ideal market for us because there is an unmatched synergy between the sunshine state and our hometown of New Orleans, especially when it comes to tourism,” said David Mesa, Chief Development Officer for PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans.

5 Secrets of the Orcia DOC

A Wine Story

” Tuscany shines as a famous wine tourism region – noted for its red wine made from the Sangiovese grape. Yet as her parents owned vineyards, she felt compelled to make her mark on both the wine and tourism industry. Orcia DOC Poggio al Vento in Castiglione de Orcia. 5 Secrets of the Orcia DOC. Some people call the Orcia DOC “The Other “Tuscany” Wine Region.”

Positioning Your Shopping Centre’s Food & Hospitality For The Future

Future Food

These destinations are differentiated by offering excellent food and hospitality, outstanding customer service, state of the art digital marketing combined with entertainment, leisure, tourism and wellbeing experiences. Positioning Your Shopping Centre’s Food & Hospitality For The Future. Mall Developer’s Recipe For Success – The Key Ingredients? FOOD, HOSPITALITY, ENTERTAINMENT & BEAUTIFUL SPACES! Shopping Centres are Living Centres, around the world.

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The End of the Breakfast Buffet

EATER

Dr. Richard Ghiselli, head of the School of Hospitality & Tourism Management at Purdue University, is part of the newly created Global Cleanliness Council with Marriott Hotels. Getty Images. Due to COVID-19, the beloved self-serve travel perk is no more. Here’s what you can expect to wake up to instead There’s a particular pleasure to the travel ritual of waking up in crisp hotel sheets, meandering downstairs, and finding a fully stocked breakfast buffet splayed out before you.

How Coronavirus is Impacting Restaurants

Aaron Allen & Associates

The economic slowdown, public markets in distress, supply chains interrupted, tourism coming to a halt, consumers staying at home (which — for many — translates to a lower disposable income), and huge uncertainty can have long-lived effects for many chains. Disruption from Coronavirus has been especially significant for the restaurant industry.

What Reopening Looks Like Across America

EATER

The Santa Barbara wine region is losing tourism dollars at the moment, but is poised to become a bigger destination as Californians eschew long-distance travel. The “Lao Table” takeout tray from Farmhouse Kitchen Thai in San Francisco | Patricia Chang. From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on May 16, 2020 in Amanda Kludt’s newsletter “From the Editor,” a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week.

MRM Research Roundup: Mid-June 2020 Edition

Modern Restaurant Management

According to new research from faculty members in Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) and the school’s U.S.-Asia Asia Center for Tourism and Hospitality Research, the ability to visit restaurants is one thing folks have greatly missed over the last few months. This edition of Modern Restaurant Management (MRM) magazine's Research Roundup features recovery data, POS performance and shifting habits of diners.

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MRM Research Roundup: End-of-September 2020 Edition

Modern Restaurant Management

This edition of MRM Research Roundup features diner expecations over the next few months, robots for QSRs, and the best cities for coffee lovers, vegans and vegetarians. How Comfortable are Diners?

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Pick Your Poison

EATER

Even in areas of the Northeast traditionally known more for summer and winter activities, fall has become an unexpected fulcrum of seasonal tourism.

In Pursuit of the Perfect Bowl of Porridge

EATER

What began as a tourism initiative in 1994 to attract winter crowds to the quaint, 700-person Scottish town has grown into an institution, drawing in hundreds of spectators and up to 30 competitors each year. “I A porridge creation by Swedish competitor Per Carlsson | Clarissa Wei.

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Lists of Black-Owned Restaurants Are a Start, but They?re Obviously Not Enough

EATER

Many other lists and guides are anonymous, created by activists and other supporters, such as a list of black-owned wineries by McBride Sisters, or this list of restaurants in Richmond, Virginia by community leaders and the local tourism organization. Peppa’s in Brooklyn | Louise Palmberg/Eater NY. Spending money at black-owned restaurants is a direct way to effect change under capitalism.