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Getting Back to Business

Estimates suggest business travel contributes up to 70% of global revenues for high-end hotel chains and 55-75% of airline profits in 2019.
04.28.21

Business travel, meetings and events are lucrative parts of the U.S. travel industry, but as COVID-19 cases rose throughout the U.S. in 2020, offices closed, events were canceled and in-person events moved virtually. While domestic leisure has begun its recovery, business travel, meetings and events are just now starting to return, which can have an outsized role as the U.S. economy looks to rebuild.

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New Experiences in Las Vegas

Nevada has identified a target date of June 1 to resume 100% occupancy for large gatherings, including meetings, conventions and entertainment venues. Las Vegas never stops moving forward. Experience the future of meetings—and Vegas—at IPW this September.
04.27.21

The destination is keeping “Vegas Smart” health and safety measures at the forefront while maintaining an unparalleled guest experience. From new resorts and convention space to the latest in culinary trends, Vegas is still the place where everything is brighter, bolder, and more exciting.

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Reopening International Travel Inbound Travel

04.29.21

It’s been over a year since the United States closed its borders to many areas of the world. However, as the vaccines roll out worldwide, it begs the question—when, and how, can people visit the U.S. again?

U.S. Travel Association’s President and CEO Roger Dow and Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Policy Tori Emerson Barnes sit down with IPW Daily to discuss efforts underway to reopen international inbound travel.

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Sounds Like a Plan

04.28.21

There is no doubt the pandemic has significantly affected travel sentiment—but that hasn’t stopped Americans from dreaming of their next trip.

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Surfer on a wave
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Getting Back to Business

04.28.21

Business travel, meetings and events are lucrative parts of the U.S. travel industry, but as COVID-19 cases rose throughout the U.S. in 2020, offices closed, events were canceled and in-person events moved virtually. While domestic leisure has begun its recovery, business travel, meetings and events are just now starting to return, which can have an outsized role as the U.S. economy looks to rebuild.

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