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Global Newsletter of September 17, 2021
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Friday, 17th September 2021
 

Post-Pandemic Chinese outbound tourism: example Indonesia, Fairmont unveils new global brand campaign and crisis communications tips for recorded talks.

Post-Pandemic Chinese outbound tourism: example Indonesia
Friday, 17th September 2021

The development of China’s tourism to Indonesia in the second half of the last decade followed a well-known pattern: After a rather slow start, the number of arrivals jumped from about one million in 2015 to more than two million in 2017, based mostly on the new-found status of Bali as a “hot” island destination.

The arrival numbers did not grow any further in 2018 and 2019 and most parts of the country failed to attract many Chinese visitors >>

Fairmont unveils new global brand campaign
17 Sep 2021 : 'Experience The Grandest of Feelings', celebrating extraordinary locations, awe-inspiring landscapes with Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon stars as the brand's Global Ambassador >>

Nobu introduces a guest app
17 Sep 2021 : Nobu announces the launch of a new interactive mobile app in partnership with Alliants, and with the world of Nobu at their fingertips, guests can explore and reserve the expanding global portfolio of restaurants and hotels, access exclusive benefits, and enjoy a seamless, contact-free guest journey >>

News from around Europe
17 Sep 2021 : Hotel industry and travel news from around the European region: Santander offloads debt of 13 Spanish luxury hotels, Starwood acquires Hotel Vesterbro, Copenhagen and more >>

The remarkable growth in global branded residences
15 Sep 2021 : Since the turn of the Millennium, the global growth of branded residences has been exponential – not only in terms of quantity, but also locations and brands >>

HIGHLIGHT ARTICLE

Crisis Communications Tips for Recorded Talks
Friday, 17th September 2021

Tough conversations with clients are a part of doing business in any vertical, and how you handle them can make the difference between someone leaving with a great impression of your brand, ready to pass on the good word, or making sure to savage your reputation online and off.

To add to that, today you have the added twist of everyone carrying a high definition recording device right in their pocket or purse in the form of a phone, and widespread knowledge of how to get that footage online >>

Where Do We Go From Here?
SARS-CoV-2 is not the last infection we will witness. However, here's the good news: researchers believe that widespread vaccination could help transform COVID-19 into a seasonal annoyance, rather than the public health catastrophe with which the world is still struggling >>

In case you've missed it: Global eNews of September 16, 2021
Staycations – A trend that’s here to stay?, support for introduction of vaccine passports and brand loyalty supersedes channel loyaltySARS-CoV-2 is not the last infection we will witness.

However, here's the good news: researchers believe that widespread vaccination could help transform COVID-19 into a seasonal annoyance, rather than the public health catastrophe with which the world is still struggling >>

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