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Human trafficking has gained a new adversary in the AHLA Foundation’s inaugural No Room for Trafficking Advisory Council.
The Delos Wellness Accreditation for Meetings and Events educates meeting and event professionals on how air, water, light, nourishment, movement, comfort and mindfulness can affect attendees.
Hotels are expected to regain a lot of ground in 2022, though revenues from meetings and events will continue to lag.
Some hotels have been quick to relax mask requirements in reaction to the new CDC mask guidelines. The unexpected announcement from the Centers for Disease...
On the week of the biggest event for human trafficking activity—The Super Bowl—here is an update on what our industry is doing to grow awareness.
AHLA's State of the Hotel Industry 2021 report—business travel is not expected to return until 2024, and consumer confidence is tied to vaccine.
The Inauguration of President Biden and Vice-President Harris inspires optimism to an industry flatlined by the COVID-19 pandemic, but with that hope comes an almost desperate plea for immediate legislative action.
Consumer travel remains at an all-time low, 40 percent of hotel employees remain unemployed and almost two-thirds of hotels remain at or below 50 percent occupancy.
Major hotel chains are now requiring face masks, a mandate part of the Safe Stay Guest Checklist released by AHLA.
As the meeting and incentive industry prepares for a new normal regarding post-COVID-19 hygiene, two travel-related groups have created new standards.
Though meeting planners might not understand what human trafficking has to do with them, there is a clear connection between business travel and meetings and trafficking—and the industry is taking steps to make a difference.