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WTTC calls upon Governments to implement comprehensive testing facilities at Airports

The London-based World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) is calling upon governments to introduce comprehensive testing at airport to combat COVID-19.
Gloria Guevara, WTTC President & CEO commented; “WTTC is calling upon Governments around the world to begin a substantial programme of investment to ensure comprehensive testing facilities are implemented at airports, which will help prevent the spread of Covid-19 and see the return of safe travels.


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Hospitality industry urged to embrace the new customer journey and re-think processes in the post-pandemic business recovery

Ingunn Hofseth
Recent HSMAI Region Europe webinar revealed membership research about new working processes and offered valuable insights on how to navigate the challenges and capitalise on opportunities
In order to overcome the challenges and capitalise on opportunities in the post-pandemic business recovery, the hospitality industry will need to re-think former working processes and be prepared to adapt to meet the changing customer requirements.


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Halo Solutions joins Safe Event Scheme as official partner

The Safe Event Scheme is delighted to announce Halo Solutions as an Official Partner of the scheme.
Halo Solutions' multi award-winning Halo System is a cloud-based Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence platform for incident management. Designed by UK emergency Service, counter-terrorism industry professionals, the system is the operational platform of choice for many global sports events and venues.


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1 in 3 hospitality businesses report ‘better than expected’ revenue in the wake of reopening

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Almost a third of hospitality businesses that reopened on 4th July have reported ‘better than expected’ revenue according to a survey of the Hospitality Professionals Association’s (HOSPA) membership.
Further to this, 97% felt that their safety procedures were working, while 94% felt that, generally speaking, guests abided by the new rules.


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