Using the mind to handle pain and nervousness could make a huge distinction within the labor and supply expertise. This weekend intensive workshop is a wonderful complement to any childbirth education class and can be helpful for these who anticipate a delivery expertise that wants particular medical attention or who’ve […]

At the start of the pandemic last year, passenger rights advocate Adeline Noorderhaven found herself in the most far-reaching dilemma anyone in her field had ever faced: Airlines grounded almost every flight, and virtually every passenger expected a refund. “This was obviously not possible for airlines considering the scale of […]

An impending Center for Disease Control and Prevention policy mandating a negative Covid-19 test for Americans returning to the United States is sending foreign governments, tourism agencies, and resort properties scrambling to arrange necessary resources. Announced Jan. 12, and taking effect Jan. 26, the CDCs expansion of testing requirements shocked […]

The following piece is in partnership with VISIT Milwaukee and Giving Fest. We’ve now entered that dreary phase of winter where we all need things to look forward to – especially in this year’s case with a global pandemic on top of everything. Giving Fest, a one-of-a-kind virtual festival, is designed to […]

Rollercoaster on the Mardi Gras It has the world’s first rollercoaster at sea, a micro-brewery, restaurants from celebrity chefs and sports figures, and, in a sign of the times, a massive medical facility. The Mardi Gras – Carnival’s newest and most extravagant ship – also features a water park, a […]

What are the latest trends in the hospitality industry? Well, it goes without saying that the coronavirus outbreak and ensuing safety measures have had a significant impact on hospitality throughout 2020 and will no doubt spill over into 2021 and beyond. Some responses to this extraordinary situation, attempting to entice […]

The end-year Christmas season is expected to be another major blow to a travel industry hammered by the coronavirus, though they hope it’s also their final major blow from the pandemic. Coronavirus-era travel peaked on Thanksgiving, but that was still far less than 2019 levels The industry expects even fewer […]

3 steps to make a promising career in the furniture industry A bright career in the furniture industry seeks an amalgamation of design, craftsmanship, and fashion. It was not a while ago when a career in the furniture industry was just a myth in India; now, more than 500 jobs […]

As Michigan’s ban on indoor dining stretches on into the December holiday season, some area groups are reaching out to help small businesses and their employees survive.  Southfield-based Great Lakes Hotel Supply Co. owner Marc Israel teamed up with the Michigan Chefs de Cuisine Association to launch Local Love this week, a fundraiser to […]

What can travel companies and destinations do to ensure a more sustainable future for the tourism industry? John Pagano CEO, The Red Sea Development Company The travel industry is a critically important part of the world’s economy. The sector provides jobs for nearly 300 million people, supports well over a […]