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Peter Tarlow

President of Tourism and More

Peter TarlowDr. Peter E. Tarlow is the President of T&M, a founder of the Texas chapter of TTRA and a popular author and speaker on tourism. Tarlow is a specialist in the areas of sociology of tourism, economic development, tourism safety and security. Tarlow speaks at governors' and state conferences on tourism and conducts seminars throughout the world and for numerous agencies and universities.

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Tourism Tidbits: Fundamental Questions to Ask When Developing a Tourism Business Plan in an Age of Pandemics

Traditionally, the summer months are a great time to see where one's business is headed and what future challenges it will have. In this period of rebuilding after so much of the tourism has closed down, the need for a new and updated business plan is more important than ever.

Tourism Tidbits: The Road to Recovery: The Rebirth of Tourism

During the last three months, the travel and tourism industry around much of the world for the most part came to an almost complete halt. Three months later we now face the new task of moving from the shock of what was to creating a world of what will be.

Tourism Tidbits: After the Virus Passes: Travel Tips for Tourism Professionals

During the last three months, tourism has basically come to a halt. Organizations and business cancelled meetings one after another, hotels suffered from low to no occupancy, airlines faced their biggest challenge ever, and trade show ceased to exist.

How is lock down in Middle America? College Station, Texas

In 1985 the great Colombian noble prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez published his world-famous book: "El amor en los tiempos del cólera". Spanish speakers immediately caught the title's irony, lost in English translation.

Tourism Tidbits: Tourism Confronts the Coronavirus

Only a few short months ago, the world first heard about a possibly new and deadly virus called the Coronavirus (CoVid-19). In these last few months what at first appeared to be a few isolated cases of an unknown form of influenza in a faraway province of China has now turned into a worldwide pandemic that threatens not only human life and wellbeing but also major portions of the tourism industry and economies around the world.
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