There are few spaces in the world that escape the curiosity of travellers. But which factors influence the travel equation to drive or repress international tourism?
I have been travelling back in time and thinking of the days when I was an undergraduate student at the University of Glasgow, studying for my BSc(Hons) in Biotechnology. I never realised at the time that
Inka Larissa, from the On The Sauce Again blog, writes a great piece on a Glasgow institution well worth a read. As she points out, Rogano is one of the oldest restaurants in Glasgow, dating
Courtesy of Business Insider UK.
The U.S. Preclearance service is looking to expand its reach beyond its existing locations, such as Dublin Airport in Ireland.
Lindsay Brown, Marketing Manager at VisitScotland for Emerging Markets and Business Events, was kind enough to spend some time with Inside the Cask recently.
During my recent trip to the USA, I came across two examples of existing technology being used to facilitate shopping (duty free) and eating whilst at the airport (F&B).
Why one national airline (in Africa) is bucking a continent-wide trend, from The Economist magazine October 22nd 2016.
Before the world had been fully explored, cartographers often made educated but incorrect guesses. They also just made things up. Article from 1843 Magazine by Fred Maynard.
For those attending the FDFA show in Canada, check out Jeff Orson who works for PMA (Peter Mielzynski Agencies Ltd) playing live music on Monday 14th November.