U.S. wellness industry stats and trends bode well for wellness sector agent specialists.
Accor hopes to redefine the luxury segment—and is ‘reviewing, revamping and re-launching’ its rewards program for luxury agents who help sell it.
Wellness retreats at mainstream hotels and resorts create more products for agents to sell.
So I posted the question, “What do you think a Trump presidency will mean to the travel industry?” on Facebook this morning—and the very first two replies seemed to bracket the discussion.
A healthy growth spurt in wellness-oriented travel brings more supply to meet a growing demand.
DMCs look to strategic initiatives to position and promote their destinations for wellness.
New products will debut on land and at sea in 2017 for the luxury end of the wellness niche. Anne Dimon highlights the best of them in her monthly column.
Do your e-mail footer and business card reflect your wellness expertise? TMR columnist Anne Dimon offers ideas for keeping your wellness travel business healthy.
Top trends point to a broadening customer base and more options—and therefore, more need for a professional guidance.
For the growing wellness travel market, the list of finalists in 20 categories is a who’s who of top properties around the globe.