The Nebraska tourism industry is in a state of flux as the recession hit.
The tourism industry needs to be proactive, and to stay ahead of its changing landscape.
That’s where the tourism analysts at Destination Omaha comes in.
Destination Omaha is a partnership between Omaha’s Chamber of Commerce, the Nebraska Tourism Research Foundation and the Nebraska Economic Development Corp. They’ve assembled a top-level expert group that will help guide the tourism industry in the coming years.
The group is comprised of a local tour guide, a local hospitality professional, and a local hotelier, who all work on the same team.
The guide and hotelier are tasked with helping guide guests through their options for visiting Nebraska.
While the guide is responsible for ensuring guests understand what to expect, he or she also has the ability to provide tips and suggestions on how to get the most bang for your buck.
Destination Nebraska’s top priorities for tourism in 2017 are to expand and attract more travelers, grow the tourist experience and create more jobs.
The Chamber of Tourism says that the chamber expects to hire about 1,000 full-time workers by 2019, and it expects to increase its workforce by 2,000 to 3,000 workers by 2020.
There is also talk of opening a new hotel in Lincoln and the Chamber of Chamber of Travel says the chamber is looking into creating a “virtual office” where visitors can use smartphones to make reservations.
There’s a lot of new business to be done.
But it also needs to stay in the current state.
The chamber is also looking to add an extra $25 million into the tourism economy this year, which will help expand the state’s tourism business and help attract more people to the state.
We also need to look at the ways we can build out our tourism infrastructure.
Destination North Omaha is looking to expand its tourism network in 2019 by opening new hotels and creating new attractions and restaurants.
It’s looking to hire a consultant to look into expanding its tourism operations and the chamber says that will create 20 jobs.
That means the chamber hopes to hire around 200 people to work in the hotel industry this year.
The North Omaha Chamber of commerce says it wants to hire at least 400 full- and part-time employees this year and to add at least 40 more full- or part-timers in 2020.
The organization also is looking at expanding the use of iPads and the use to bring people into restaurants, shopping centers and hotels.
We’re looking to create more local jobs, too.
Our next focus is to continue to develop our tourism network and continue to grow our tourism economy.
Destination New England has a similar plan for tourism growth in 2019.
The New England Chamber of Industry and Commerce is working with Destination Omaha and Destination North to plan and develop the 2019 tourism plan.
They say that’s going to include a number of ideas for the tourism business, including adding a new downtown location to serve visitors to and from Boston.
The plan also calls for the creation of new hotels in the state, adding a food court, and developing a new resort in Vermont.
Destination Providence is planning to expand tourism in the area.
The Providence Chamber of Business says the group is looking for the most qualified people and they are looking for people who can work in hotels, restaurants and retail.
They’re looking for someone with the ability and the desire to do all of that.
We want to grow and develop a tourism industry that’s thriving in Providence.
Destination South Carolina says it will look at increasing its tourism workforce.
The South Carolina Chamber of Entertainment and Tourism says the organization is looking forward to working with the Chamber to create an integrated tourism workforce and expand its presence throughout South Carolina.
The goal is to increase the tourism workforce from 1,600 people to 2,300 people.
The business wants to increase their presence in Charleston, Myrtle Beach and Charleston.
We are looking to increase our tourism footprint throughout the state and we’re excited about expanding our presence in the South Carolina tourist economy.
We have a number initiatives that are looking at growing our tourism business in the future, but we are not yet ready to announce those plans.
For more information about the Chamber’s tourism goals, visit the Chamber website.