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blank One in Three Global Travelers to Book Online by 2012
April 21, 2011

New study predicts that online leisure travel booking sales will surpass $313 billion by 2012.More>>

blank Exclusive: Travel Agent Talks to Mexico Tourism COO
April 19, 2011

Mexico Tourism Board COO speaks exclusively to Travel Agent to give us the scoop on visitor numbers, the situation in Mazatlan and Tianguis.More>>

blank Airline Ticket Sales by Travel Agents Are Up 11 Percent
April 19, 2011

Increased sales represent a 32 percent increase from the first quarter of 2009, says the Airlines Reporting Commission.More>>

Matthias Schultze, Klaus  Brähmig and Joachim König Hearing Addresses Germany's Meeting Industry
April 18, 2011

Before the tourism committee of the German parliament, the German Convention Bureau and European Association of Event Venues discussed the meetings industry and its future.More>>

The Maxwell Hotel Columbia West Properties Launches Pineapple Hospitality
April 18, 2011

Columbia West Properties has launched a new hotel management division four hotels in Seattle.More>>

blank Cruise3Sixty Dispatch: Attracting New Cruise Clients
April 18, 2011 On Location

Agents reveal how they attract and keep new clients.More>>

blank Cruise3Sixty Dispatch: CLIA Agents Reveal the State of Their Business
April 17, 2011 On Location

An interactive voting session among travel agents reveals growth in European cruises, and the growing challenges of direct cruise bookings.More>>

blank ARC Reports Sales Gains for March
April 15, 2011

The Airlines Reporting Corporation saw a nearly 10 percent increase in March 2011 sales.More>>

Taradel LLC Taradel Launches Direct Mail Service for Small Businesses
April 14, 2011

With this new service, agents can target specific U.S. Postal Service Carrier routes or zip codes in their neighborhoods to direct their product.More>>

Neustar, Inc. Small Businesses' Increased Web Traffic Reveals Flaws
April 14, 2011

A recent Neustar survey of 300 IT professionals found that as online traffic increases, small business infrastructures falter.More>>