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9 Dec, 2015

Travel & Tourism in the New World Order: A Forecast for 2016

Decision-making is a major challenge today. Too much change is taking place too fast across too many sectors, with too little time to think and respond.

Like airline pilots and ship captains, with the safety and security of their passengers at stake, all decision-makers need to be forewarned about the “weather conditions” that lie ahead so that they may judge whether to stay the course, or change it.

“Travel & Tourism in the New World Order: A Forecast for 2016” will offer a realistic and holistic analysis of how the winds of change will impact one of the world’s fastest growing economic sectors in 2016. The comprehensive forecast is designed to help decision-makers better plan budgets and strategies, take advantage of emerging opportunities and, most important, be wary of looming risks and threats.

Authored by the award-winning writer Imtiaz Muqbil, Executive Editor, Travel Impact Newswire, one of the Asia-Pacific region’s longest-serving travel trade journalists, the report will cover 30 major factors, divided into Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats categories.

Written in a clear and easy to understand style, it will challenge conventional wisdoms and encourage alternative thinking. Decision-makers inclined to be sceptical about what they are being spoon-fed by the global mainstream media will find this report offering some valuable “second opinions”.

Often, it is exactly such a “second opinion” that can prove to be the most useful.

The report will be released on December 28, 2015. It is available at a pre-publication cost of US$250 + 7% VAT.

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After Dec 28, the report will cost US$500 + 7% VAT.

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