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Be Brave and Carry On

I have come full circle, well almost.  Here I am sitting working from home, which is where I started my business 26 years ago. The difference is that I now have far more experience and a better idea of what ...
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Can anyone predict the future?

The world has changed beyond recognition and the situation is moving from health to economic concerns. The internet is filled with opinions and insights into what is going to happen. All sorts of people are trying to predict the future. ...
IN THIS TOGETHER

IN THIS TOGETHER

The World as we know it has changed more than we ever thought possible – even a month ago. With worldwide travel bans and self-isolation measures in place to curb the spread of COVID-19, the global tourism industry is under ...
Exploring Tanzanias Northern Circuit

Exploring Tanzanias Northern Circuit

It had been a few years since my last visit to Northern Tanzania, an area on many people’s bucket list, and an area with names that evoke all sorts of emotions. My memories of my first visit to Tanzania, about 20 years ago, are still with me – particularly the cheetah sighting in the tall grass of the Serengeti, when the cubs got told off by their Mum, because she lost the Tommy she had just caught for their dinner, as they were otherwise occupied with some rough and tumble.
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Unite

One of the advantages of having a UK based marketing company such as ours looking after your hotel or lodge is that you can be represented at a various events, for a very small amount of money.
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International Luxury Travel Market

The future of travel trade shows, generally, gets debated in all sorts of ways all the time. A few years ago we had 8 clients exhibiting at World Travel Market, in 2012 we had 4 and in 2013 we will probably have even less. Indaba is historically the key show for Africa, but each year fewer buyers attend.