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EMBA en innovation touristique – Plaquette 2015

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Vous souhaitez innover ou créer une startup dans le tourisme ? L'EMBA en innovation touristique vous offre une infrastructure pour conduire votre réflexion et une formation diplômante.
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Scouting new trends, products and services in Tourism (French-English-German). Web: www.hevs.ch / www.tourobs.ch / www.etourism-monitor.ch
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Das versteht die Gen Z unter Zukunft des Urlaubs ›

Endlich wieder Reisen – das will die Gen Z weltweit nutzen. Die junge Generation setzt dabei auf authentische und nachhaltige Erfahrungen. Ihr größtes Hindernis ist der eigene Geldbeutel, wie eine aktuelle Studie zeigt.
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If we’re so busy, why isn’t anything getting done? | McKinsey

With endless meetings, incessant emails, and casts of thousands, companies have mastered the art of unnecessary interactions. Winning in the next normal requires much more focus on true collaboration.
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Projet Innotour: Avenir de l'hôtellerie d'affaires urbaine | HES-SO Valais-Wallis

Projet Innotour: Avenir de l'hôtellerie d'affaires urbaine | HES-SO Valais-Wallis | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
En collaboration avec l'association romande hôtelière (ARH) et l'Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL), l'institut Tourisme de la HES-SO Valais a récemment participé à un projet soutenu par Innotour. Les résultats viennent d'être publiés et diffusés sous la forme d'un «playbook» à l'attention de la branche hôtelière, à qui il offre des pistes de réflexion et des stratégies de relance.
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Is the Summer of Revenge Travel Here? Businesses Hope So

Despite inflation and lingering COVID-19 disruptions, there's an unbridled demand for vacations that are more frequent, more indulgent, and far from home
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Airline stocks tumble as economic concerns overshadow travel surge

Airline stocks have dropped more than the broader market.
Spring and summer travel demand have surged despite higher fares.
Economic concerns from inflation and recession risk have weighed on airline stock prices.
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International business travel unlikely to recover until at least 2026

International business travel unlikely to recover until at least 2026 | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
Business travel faces several added layers of complexity which affect consumer behaviour, purchase decisions, and general operations.
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Phocuswright Europe 2022: Sustainability in the spotlight | PhocusWire

Phocuswright Europe 2022: Sustainability in the spotlight | PhocusWire | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it

In fact, efforts by travel sellers and platforms related to topics such as carbon emissions, renewable energy, overcrowding and supporting local communities have accelerated in the last few years.

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Sabre shares slip premarket after it says air travel bookings recovered in May from first quarter levels

Sabre shares slip premarket after it says air travel bookings recovered in May from first quarter levels | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
Online travel booking company Sabre Corp. SABR, +3.71% said Thursday that booking for air travel continued to recover in May with all major regions of thw world showing "significant" improvement from the first quarter. In a regulatory filing, the company said gross air bookings recovered to about 56% of the levels seen in 2019, before the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Net air bookings recovered to about 58%, while passengers boarded recovered to about 86% of the 2019 levels. Gross hotel central rservation system transactions recovered to about 110% of the 2019 level. "We are encouraged by the breadth of the overall recovery as international and corporate bookings have continued to strengthen," the company said in the filing.
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Many Americans are planning a European vacation this summer: Travel Weekly

Many Americans are planning a European vacation this summer: Travel Weekly | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
Several major cruise lines, travel agents and even Google all seem to agree that Europe is in high demand this booking season. 

Data from various sources indicate that interest in and bookings for Europe travel have been strong in the past six months. 

European cities made up five of the top 20 destinations people are searching this year on Google, according to an analysis by Google Flights. The platform found Paris, London, Rome, Athens and Lisbon made the list of top searches from January through mid-April. 
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Why Business Travel Demand Will Slow To Meet Sustainability Targets

Why Business Travel Demand Will Slow To Meet Sustainability Targets | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
While there has been a spike in business travel demand, airlines may have cause to worry as companies will exceedingly look to curb their emissions.
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How to spot greenwashing and actually travel sustainably

How to spot greenwashing and actually travel sustainably | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
Interest in sustainable travel has been high for the last few years, and the airlines, tour companies, destinations, and accommodations that serve these eco-conscious explorers seem to understand this. But while businesses tout the steps they’ve taken to mitigate climate impacts, it can be hard to decipher whether they’re taking sustainability seriously or simply greenwashing their meager efforts in a bid to secure the almighty tourist dollar.
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Why CEOs should care about service operations | McKinsey

Four irreversible trends are redefining excellence in service operations. For today’s leaders, they could be a transformational opportunity—or an existential threat.
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Comportements de réservation dans le secteur de l'hébergement avant et après la pandémie - nouvelles exigences pour la distribution touristique | HES-SO Valais-Wallis

Comportements de réservation dans le secteur de l'hébergement avant et après la pandémie - nouvelles exigences pour la distribution touristique | HES-SO Valais-Wallis | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
La Journée suisse des vacances, le rendez-vous annuel de la branche touristique organisé par Suisse Tourisme, a eu lieu à Arosa les 12-13 avril derniers. Le professeur Roland Schegg de l'Institut Tourisme, a eu l'occasion d'y mener une session de discussion, sur la base d'une analyse réalisée conjointement avec Christian Dernbach de Suisse Tourisme.

Cette analyse intitulée «Comportements de réservation dans le secteur de l'hébergement avant et après la pandémie - nouvelles exigences pour la distribution touristique» se fonde sur des données empiriques en Suisse (travail de bachelor à la HES-SO Valais, projet de recherche ITO Vivre et voyager à l'ère du numérique, étude 2021 sur Les canaux de distribution des hôtels en Suisse) et des études internationales récentes (étude Booking Travel predictions 2022, étude Expedia Traveler Value Index Outlook 2022, résultats du projet Monitoring Sentiment for Domestic and Intra-European Travel - Wave 10 mené par la Commission européenne du voyage (ETC)).
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What next for travel and tourism? Here's what the experts say

What next for travel and tourism? Here's what the experts say | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
The Travel & Tourism sector was one of the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving not only companies but also tourism-driven economies severely affected by shutdowns, travel restrictions and the disappearance of international travel.

In 2020 alone, the sector lost $4.5 trillion and 62 million jobs, impacting the living standards and well-being of communities across the globe. Moreover, the halt in international travel gave both leisure and business travellers the chance to consider the impact of their choices on the climate and environment.

Amid shifting demand dynamics and future opportunities and risks, a more inclusive, sustainable and resilient travel and tourism sector can be - and needs to be - built.
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What's Behind the U.S. and European Airlines Bedlam This Summer

What's Behind the U.S. and European Airlines Bedlam This Summer | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
Airports are busy and planes are crowded as the airline industry nears pre-pandemic travel numbers. In the U.S. over the weekend of June 24, security screening numbers were the highest since February 2020 and down just 8 percent compared to the same weekend in 2019.

But the return of travelers is proving more difficult for the industry than many thought it would be.

Thousands of flights have been preemptively removed from airline schedules this summer in the face of staffing and other issues. In the U.S., trade group Airlines for America (A4A) estimates that 15 percent of planned summer flights have already been cut from June through August. And the flights that do operate face a long list of potential issues, from crew availability to air traffic control and airport staffing, and weather.
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Affluent Travellers Willing to Pay More for Sustainable Experiences

Results from a recent survey conducted by global travel network Virtuoso highlight how some of the world’s most discerning travellers view sustainable tourism. The results found that while travel rebounds in new and innovative ways, travellers remain ever conscious of their place and impact in the world, with more than 80% of respondents indicating that the pandemic has made them want to travel more responsibly in the future. This figure echoes identical findings from a survey conducted last year, proving that travelling sustainably continues to be a top priority for luxury travellers.
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Earth Day 2022: Global attitudes to climate change

Earth Day 2022: Global attitudes to climate change | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
A new Ipsos Global Advisor survey of 23,577 adults aged 16-74 in 31 countries found that climate change is a regular concern for half of people across a global country average.
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Suisse - tourisme: De quoi sera fait notre été 2022? | Entreprise

Suisse - tourisme: De quoi sera fait notre été 2022? | Entreprise | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
Après deux ans de pandémie, les Suisses ressentent un urgent besoin de s’évader – ce que les professionnels des vacances et du tourisme confirment.
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New ETC research explores consumer travel attitudes and expectations to drive recovery

New ETC research explores consumer travel attitudes and expectations to drive recovery | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
As travel restrictions are eased globally and the European tourism sector bounces back from the COVID-19 pandemic, countries are finally seeing a significant rebound in tourist arrivals. To manage this recovery process, it is important to understand how consumers have been affected by the pandemic, as well as their attitudes and expectations towards the future. Recognising this, and with the summer 2022 season approaching, the European Travel Commission has published a market study titled: “Exploring Consumer Travel Attitudes and Expectations to Drive Tourism Recovery”.
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TRAVELERS CALL FOR CHANGE AS TOURISM RECOVERS FROM PANDEMIC, FACES UNCERTAINTY: FUTURE TOURISM SURVEY

TRAVELERS CALL FOR CHANGE AS TOURISM RECOVERS FROM PANDEMIC, FACES UNCERTAINTY: FUTURE TOURISM SURVEY | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
44% of public want new rules and technology to ease travel, YouGov poll of 11 countries finds
34% want travel to be more sustainable and 29% call for planet and health to come before profit
Amid economic uncertainty 42% of people still plan international holidays in next 6 months
64% do not expect to travel for business reflecting concerns of a global slowdown
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Spending $1.8 Trillion A Year To Finance Our Own Extinction

Spending $1.8 Trillion A Year To Finance Our Own Extinction | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it

Financing Our Own Extinction
The study provides an estimate of the total value of environmentally harmful subsidies (EHS) across key sectors. It finds the fossil fuel, agriculture and water industries receive more than 80% of all environmentally harmful subsidies per year, depleting natural resources, degrading global ecosystems, and perpetuating unsustainable levels of production and consumption, in addition to exacerbating global inequalities said the media release.

What are EHSs?
“Environmentally harmful subsidies (EHS) are government programs that encourage unsustainable production or consumption, and in doing so harm nature by exhausting natural resources, degrading global ecosystems, and damaging planetary health. These subsidies were established with good intent: to promote economic access and solve social issues such as food security, or improve access to energy and clean drinking water. However, often the intended social goal of subsidies has been pursued without consideration of their environmental impacts. This siloed approach has contributed to the many crises afflicting the natural world, placing livelihoods and economies at risk.”

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How European Leisure Travel Is Evolving

How European Leisure Travel Is Evolving | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
Much like the U.S., albeit a few months behind on the curve, European hotel operators are seeing a massive jump in leisure travel demand heading into this summer travel season.

But as that travel comes back, hoteliers are realizing the last two years have changed how consumers broadly view the world and how leisure travel fits into it.

To put that into context, Alexander Schneider, president of Nikki Beach Hotels and Resorts, said it's important to remember that demand never went away during the pandemic.

"I wouldn't say we saw a dip in demand," he said, while speaking during the "New Leisure" panel at the 2022 International Hospitality Investment Forum. "We saw a dip in the accessibility of locations."
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Chinese tourists 2.0 – Coming anytime soon? | Phnom Penh Post

Chinese tourists 2.0 – Coming anytime soon? | Phnom Penh Post | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
Regional tourism is grappling with the absence of the prolific travellers and big spenders – the Chinese tourists. Cambodia, which has welcomed over two million Chinese tourists before Covid-19, is reeling from the economic loss despite being the first to fully open last November

‘To put it simply, tourism in Southeast Asia will not see a full recovery until Chinese travellers come back,” said Hannah Pearson, a Southeast Asia travel and tourism industry analyst.

Truth be told, it is not just Southeast Asian tourism but the world in general, given the fact that it is the largest tourism source market since 2012.

But the protracted travel restrictions relating to its zero-Covid policy, multiple pre-and-post departure tests and quarantine imposed on inbound travellers (which eased slightly this week) have discouraged its citizens from venturing abroad.
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Travel booking windows increasing as consumers look ahead | PhocusWire

Travel booking windows increasing as consumers look ahead | PhocusWire | Innovation and trends in tourism | Scoop.it
Travel booking windows are lengthening as the industry recovers, according to a report from Skyscanner.


While the volume of bookings for travel three months or more before departure lags 2019 levels slightly, there is a 24% rise in bookings in EMEA between a month and 59 days in advance and a 38% increase in bookings between two months and 89 days ahead of travel.
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The rise of connected trips, blurred lines between leisure and business travel, and an accelerated pace of change – survey results indicate how travel is different post-recovery

Two-thirds of travel leaders participating in the survey indicated that they believe travel will fully return to pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2024, with one third indicating in the survey that they believe this will happen in 2025 or beyond
Study highlights retail opportunity for travel industry from travelers’ spend on “revenge travel” 
Survey indicates that complexity is likely to become increasingly challenging for the industry, with travelers now considering more decision factors before booking a trip –  survey results indicate need for industry to be nimble to address evolving landscape
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