Top 10 Most Popular Reads – July Edition

Most Popular Reads
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As you can see in our list of top 10 most popular reads list, July saw a huge increase in interest in hospitality industry news. Only Swapcard was able to sneak in at number 3 with a different topic. All other posts are focused on hotels and tourism, perhaps with exception of the Conference News post about Mash Media.

This matches with my own observations that the hospitality industry is yet to get on stable ground and firmly on the path to recovery. Far too many hotels have been starved of guests due to self-isolation and travel restrictions – both domestic and foreign.

As the pandemic comes under control and vaccinations programs continue to make progress, countries should start to open up more and travel will resume. The only stumbling block will be adequate staffing levels, something many other industries are also suffering from.

1ANTOR celebrates its 70th anniversary and welcomes new boardConference News
2Completely Renovated Tallink City Hotel, Featuring A Brand-New Concept, Opens Doors To VisitorsHospitality Net Industry News
3Community as an Event Strategy with Endless Events’ Kyle KocinskiSwapcard English
4WTTC Economic Trends Report Reveals COVID-19’s Dramatic Impact On Travel & Tourism Around The WorldHospitality Net Industry News
5HVS Monday Musings: Sri Lanka Tourism – Achieving The Next Growth FrontierHospitality Net Industry News
6Manathai Koh Samui Will Be Rebranded As Outrigger Koh Samui Beach ResortHospitality Net Industry News
7Champagne tasting: how to pair Laurent-Perrier with food and artHospitality Net Industry News
8Pandemic Impact Severe On Moroccan’s Hotel IndustryHospitality Net Industry News
9Frankfurt highlights safe new journey path to meetings and eventsCMW
10Mash Media confirms event tech partnershipConference News

Please note that the listing is based on visitor actions on the Event Planner News main website. Previous months ‘most popular reads’ can be found below…