Gloria Guevara

  1. WTTC launches Safe Travels protocols for aviation, airports, MICE and tour operators

    Gloria Guevara, WTTC President & CEO, said: “For the first time ever, the global private sector has rallied around our Safe Travels protocols which will create the consistency needed to allow a re-invigorated Travel & Tourism sector re-open for business.
    New measures help to rebuild confidence for travellers.
    Latest protocols aid the reopening of Travel & Tourism sector.

    Region:
    World
    Category:
    Tourism
    WTTC launches Safe Travels protocols for aviation, airports, MICE and tour operators
  2.  WTTC unveils “Safe Travels” – new global protocols to restart the Travel & Tourism sector

     
    Gloria Guevara, WTTC President & CEO, said: “We are delighted that for the first time ever, the global private sector has aligned around these new Safe Travels protocols which will create consistency across the sector. Now we are calling on governments to adopt them so that they can be implemented globally and restore much-needed confidence in order to restart the Travel & Tourism sector.”

    Region:
    World
    Category:
    Tourism
    WTTC unveils “Safe Travels” – new global protocols to restart the Travel & Tourism sector
  3. Only the G20 can drive forward a coordinated recovery response to the COVID-19 crisis says WTTC

    Gloria Guevara, WTTC President & CEO, said: “The G20’s proven record, which powered the recovery following the financial crisis in 2008, and the recent decisive action to freeze debt proves this forum is the best platform with the speed and agility needed, to drive forward the urgent actions required to set the pace and save the global Travel & Tourism sector and enable it to survive and thrive.

    Region:
    World
    Category:
    Tourism
    Only the G20 can drive forward a coordinated recovery response to the COVID-19 crisis says WTTC
  4. WTTC research reveals number of jobs at risk from COVID-19 pandemic is up to 75 million

    Gloria Guevara, WTTC president and CEO, said: “The number of jobs now at risk in the global Travel & Tourism sector is a staggering 75m, bringing real and profound worry to millions of families around the world.  
    The figure, based on research from WTTC, shows a Travel & Tourism GDP loss to the world economy of up to US$2.1 trillion in 2020. 

    Region:
    World
    Category:
    Tourism
    WTTC research reveals number of jobs at risk from COVID-19 pandemic is up to 75 million