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This Opportunity is Closing – Buyers, Act Now!

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This is it, the last minute to get in on the best event in travel gear, March 26-28. The Travel Goods Show is where more new-for-2019 travel products will debut, with the most influential retailer and manufacturing personalities in attendance. No other event gathers together this many critical decision makers in retail, or in suppliers. If you make or distribute specialty travel products you'll want to be here – contact Cathy Trecartin, cttga@aol.com, 877-842-1938, x-702, and get in on the action while you can. And if you're a travel goods retailer, register to attend and skip the line at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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U.S.-China Trade Talks Reach Critical Phase

VOA NEWS

Deal or no deal? Trade talks between the U.S. and China – the world’s two largest economies – have reached a critical phase. Yet mixed signals coming from the White House and Beijing are causing analysts to question whether President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart, President Xi Jinping, will be able to finalize an agreement to end a costly trade war by early April as originally predicted. READ MORE

13 Rain Gear Essentials to Bring on Any Vacation

FAMILY VACATION CRITIC

Family travel requires being prepared for the unexpected. No matter your vacation destination, some rain may fall, but don’t let a fickle forecast get you down. Whether you’re headed somewhere known for its rainy climate, or you just want to be ready for what Mother Nature might send your way, here are 10 pieces of rain gear worth packing for your next trip. READ MORE


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Value-Based Products Have Taken Over Discounts in Luggage Sales

ENTREPRENEUR

With new advances and accessibility of air travel, the global luggage industry has remolded itself by offering small, lightweight, colorful and stylish bags that cater to various traveler needs. The industry itself is witnessing a boom, as owning more than one piece of luggage has become the norm. READ MORE

5 Destinations Art and Design Lovers Will Travel to in April

ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST

If you’re planning to travel in April, you’d better be making hotel and restaurant reservations now. Milan will see a massive influx of architects and designers for the Salone del Mobile, and we’ve got the lowdown on where to stay. Boston will be abuzz with a design week of its own, drawing travelers to the East Coast. Three major art fairs will take place as well. No matter where you go, we’ve got tips on the best places to stay and things to do when you arrive. READ MORE

Visiting Europe Just Got a Little More Complicated Thanks to This Travel Rule

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Starting in January 2021, travelers will have to enter the European Travel Information and Authorization System, a "pre-travel screening for security and migration risks of travelers benefiting from visa-free access to the Schengen area." The Schengen Area refers to the 26 European countries that do not have internal borders such as Spain, France, Greece, Germany, Italy, and Poland, according to CNN. READ MORE

How Digital Leadership Is(n’t) Different

MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW

When describing the new digital reality for organizations, people tend to fall into two camps. Some argue that the future will be more like the past than not, agreeing with the sentiment, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Others think the future will be more novel, believing, “No one can possibly know what is about to happen: It is happening, each time, for the first time, for the only time.” Either way you look at it, as organizations seek their footing in a turbulent business environment, they require strong leaders at the helm. READ MORE

Hidden-City Ticketing: The Air Travel Hack That Could Get You Sued

CONDÉ NAST TRAVELER

While missing a leg of a flight might sometimes be unavoidable due to changes in travel plans, savvy travelers have been purposely missing the second leg of their flights for years to save hundreds of dollars on fares. Recently, Lufthansa Airlines even sued a passenger $2,374 for this practice, which is known as “hidden-city ticketing.” But are the fares legal, and is it worth checking them out? Here's what you need to know. READ MORE

Learn the Ins and Outs of the Top Digital Marketing Platforms

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No matter how exciting your new product or service is, you can’t find your customers and grab their attention if you don’t have a handle on social media marketing. About 68% of adults use Facebook regularly, and the number of active Instagram users has grown to 1 billion. That’s a lot of eyes you can turn towards your company’s goals. READ MORE

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