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2019 TGA Awards Recap

TGA

Last night, immediately following Day 2 of The Travel Goods Show, industry leaders, retailers and media gathered for the TGA Awards Ceremony. We’re excited to share this year’s winners, who are paving the way in design, innovation, good deeds, and leadership.

Product Innovation Awards
• Best New Design – LuggageRollux by FUGU Luggage  
• Best New Design – BusinessTravel Pack by NOMATIC
• Best New Design – AccessoriesAirhook 2.0 by Airhook
• Best Use of TechnologyGet Set Luggage
• Most Eco-Friendly Product3-in-1 Gear Bag by LiteGear
The Buzz Award
Torq Carry-on Spinnerby Briggs & Riley
Best Booth Award
• 100 Sq. Ft. Bracketron
• 200-300 Sq. Ft. Brookstone Travel Accessories
• 400-600 Sq. Ft. Matador

Check Those Mailboxes!

TGA

It's the last day of the The Travel Goods Show and if you're here in Las Vegas we hope you enjoyed this preview of all the new-for-2019 travel gear – thank you for being part of The Show. And if you missed it, look for the Post-Show issue of Travel Goods Showcase magazine for the recap and highlights coming to your mailbox soon. And make plans to join us March 3-5, 2020 in New Orleans to experience The Show first hand.

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The CEO’s Role in Building a Great Leadership Team

CHIEF EXECUTIVE MAGAZINE

Most CEOs agree that the complexities of running an organization, even a small growing one, have increased. Continuing technological innovation and an abundance of real-time information have intensified already increasing pressures from customers, competitors, regulators and other stakeholders. READ MORE


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These Are the World's Top 20 International Airline Routes

USA TODAY

The busiest airline routes in the world have been revealed, and 15 of them are in the Asia Pacific. For its ranking, British global travel data provider OAG looked at flights from March 2018 to February 2019 and sourced them by flight volume as opposed to number of passengers flown. READ MORE

Despite ‘Car-Free’ Hype, Millennials Drive a Lot

CITY LAB

Millennials were poised to deliver the death blow to America’s auto addiction. But research based on years of data rather than trend stories and anecdotes paints a different picture of how Generation Avocado Toast chooses to get around, compared to its predecessors. READ MORE

3 Social Media Hacks Every Small Business Owner Should Know

BLACK ENTERPRISE

If you’re squeezed for time and want to make the most of your time on social media, it is imperative that you take a growth hacker’s approach to social media marketing for your small business. Integrate the following three social media hacks into your small business’ growth strategy, and you’ll be impressed at how quickly your audience engagement rates start to soar. READ MORE

Look Up Your Airline's Cutoff Time for Checked Baggage Before You Fly

LIFEHACKER

If you’re flying and plan to bring anything beyond a carry-on, do a quick search to find out your airline’s policy and cutoff time. Most domestic U.S. airlines require baggage to be checked 30 to 40 minutes before departure time, according to iFly.com, and for international travel, that window can be up to 60 minutes. READ MORE

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