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May 2021

Eco-friendly travel is becoming mainstream now

2021-05-08T09:43:15+00:00

Currently, in Australia there are two eco-friendly hotels that are successful – Bubble Tent Australia in New South Wales and Mile End Glamping in Western Australia. As these two hotels are highly profitable already, it is clear that although the current market size is not tremendous, the growth potential is huge. Because this is a specific niche, the conversion rate should be higher. Eco-friendly travel is the new trend. Since more and more people are becoming health-conscious, seeking a healthy lifestyle is the current industry trend (Manson 2020). Similar hotels in Japan and Thailand have already attracted a large number of [...]

Eco-friendly travel is becoming mainstream now2021-05-08T09:43:15+00:00

April 2021

Eco-friendly tourism is the answer

2021-04-24T08:59:49+00:00

In order to generate a perception of ‘newness’, the new hotel on Kangaroo Island, South Australia Inn the Forest would emphasize the fact that this hotel’s theme is a combination of luxury and environmental protection. Also, different types of customers and age groups can find the right services that they want in this hotel. This concept is innovative in many ways – The hotel leverages the existing resources on Kangaroo Island and amplifies what Kangaroo Island has to offer, thereby giving customers a memorable experience in nature. This business concept is distinctive and special because Inn the Forest allows a group [...]

Eco-friendly tourism is the answer2021-04-24T08:59:49+00:00

November 2020

Lessons and learning from International Trips

2020-11-22T14:57:42+00:00

During many international trips, I met a lot of ambitious and interesting people. It turns out that fear of failure is actually quite common among ambitious high-achievers as they all would like to achieve something great. Yet meanwhile, risks are definitely involved. The biggest risk of all is not taking a risk. You might fail if you start a business. However, if you do not even start a business, the failure rate is literally 100%. Period. When the fear of not making it happen is louder, you will break from the fear of failure. Let’s say there are 2 choices: A) [...]

Lessons and learning from International Trips2020-11-22T14:57:42+00:00

May 2020

A Fashionista’s Trip to Eastern Europe

2020-05-16T14:32:45+00:00

As a fashionista, I’ve always wanted to go to Eastern Europe and explore local fashion in the mysterious region. I feel very lucky because I’ve had the chance to make my dream come true! A word about vintage clothes: In my view, vintage clothing is just a way of wearing history (Think Mad Men)! Vintages clothes can be more than secondhand – in fact, they are an art form, a collector’s passion, with a story to tell and sentimental value. Basically, an item isn’t really vintage unless it dates from 1910-1979. Earlier than that, it’s clearly antique; later than that, it’s [...]

A Fashionista’s Trip to Eastern Europe2020-05-16T14:32:45+00:00
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