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4 Video Ideas to Attract Group Travel Planners
March 23, 2021

When was the last time you liked a cute puppy video and then shared it with a friend? If you’re anything like me, it was probably earlier today. Videos are an ideal tool for boosting social engagement and bringing awareness to your brand, attraction or destination. But I doubt that getting ‘likes’, ‘shares’ and comments […]

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Student Travel Barometer Sneak Peek
February 26, 2021

Every year, SYTA works with BONARD to create the Student Travel Business Barometer, the only data resource of its kind for domestic and international student group travel. This year, the full findings will be presented at the Global Forum on Student Travel on March 24, which you can register for here. For now, SYTA wanted to share […]

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Annual Conference & Membership Updates
February 24, 2021

As the travel industry rebuilds, the desire for our members and industry partners to gather also rises. As we all know, SYTA is more than an association, we are a community of passionate and engaged members committed to advancing the student and youth travel industry. Watch SYTA President, Steve Maehl’s full statement and video below […]

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Travel Industry Resources
February 23, 2021

Travel News  Opening International Borders with WTTC Gloria Guevara, President & CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) to provides a global overview of the impact of COVID-19 on the Travel & Tourism sector hosted by Allied Partner, USTOA U.S. State Department Lifts Global Travel Advisory Million Mile Secrets: Is it safe to […]

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New Guidelines for the Fully Vaccinated
February 23, 2021

The CDC have updated COVID-19 exposure guidance for those who have been fully vaccinated against the virus. We’ve outlined the latest information and how this new guidance relates to travel, as it currently stands. Though the organization still recommends vaccinated persons continue to follow current guidance to protect themselves and others—wearing a mask, staying at […]

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