Gloria Guevara

  1. 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
  2. WTTC Global Summit to be held in Cancun in April 2020

     
    Gloria Guevara, President & CEO of WTTC, said: “WTTC remains strongly committed to supporting Puerto Rico’s amazing comeback story as seen in their record-breaking year in tourism last year. Although the island was ready to welcome us with open arms this April, despite the recent seismic activity in the southern region, reallocating resources to continue this great momentum is the right thing to do in order to further boost tourism. We are looking forward to hosting an event in Puerto Rico later this year.”

    Region:
    World
    Category:
    Tourism
    WTTC Global Summit to be held in Cancun in April 2020
  3. 80% of Americans are willing to share biometric data to improve their traveller experience

    Gloria Guevara, President & CEO, WTTC said: “According to our survey, more than 80% of travellers would use their faces to effectively replace their IDs, their boarding passes and even their passports. From booking to destination city, biometric technology will transform the way we travel - creating a safe and seamless experience.”

    Region:
    United States
    Category:
    Tourism
    80% of Americans are willing to share biometric data to improve their traveller experience
  4. WTTC And Aruba Partner To Expand Biometric Uses

    The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and the Government of Aruba have announced a new partnership to launch the world's first pilot program that links aviation and non-air destination services by using biometric technology to create a seamless, secure and easy travel experience from flight to car rental and hotel check-in, while also improving border security and business efficiency.

    Region:
    America
    Category:
    Tourism
    WTTC And Aruba Partner To Expand Biometric Uses