Over 62 million hospitality and tourism jobs were lost globally in 2020 with millions more losing being laid off, or furloughed in 2021  (World Tourism & Travel Council 2021).

Support and help are needed for those from the tourism sector impacted by Covid-19, and Olingo is trying to help people get back to work with new skills, knowledge and confidence through high quality, relevant and good value courses on hospitality, tourism and travel.

Supporting Our Clients

Implementation is easy. We work closely with every client to advise on courses and set-ups that best suit the needs of your staff. We provide full training and on-going support to make sure you and your colleagues are comfortable using the platform and the reporting tools, and that you are familiar with the learning content.

We have the experience of thousands of deployments in companies around the world – big and small. Take a look at our case studies to see how we have helped our clients significantly improve the English levels of their staff, and how our systems help you keep track of progress.

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“Our job is to create jobs,” UNWTO Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili told tourism sector leaders as education, sustainability, and governance took centre stage at the Ministers’ Summit at the World Travel Market. Opening the event, Secretary-General Pololikashvili emphasized the unique opportunity to transform the sector. However, with UNWTO data showing that global tourism now at around 70% of pre-pandemic levels, “the window of opportunity will not stay open forever. We need to rethink tourism: as a provider of jobs, an economic pillar, and, against the backdrop of COP27, as a solution to the climate emergency”.
“As we restart and recover from the pandemic, UNWTO has a key role in rethinking tourism and its interactions in society’s economies and our natural resources and ecosystems. That means green tourism with high emitting sectors including air and sea transport aiming for carbon neutrality. It means inclusive tourism that benefits marginalized communities and contributes to gender equality and intercultural understanding. And it means sustainable tourism, which builds resilience, protects our planet and delivers on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”

WTTC predicts a strong recovery of the European Travel & Tourism sector in 2022

“Latest booking data shows Europeans are positive about travelling again. Bookings for Easter and summer are looking strong. Omicron has affected the start of the year, but as infections peak and the symptoms remain mild people are booking again".

European Tourism resilient in face of low consumer confidence

Europe is expected to recover close to 75% of 2019 travel volumes by the end of 2022. Challenging economic backdrop will lead to a difficult winter for the tourism sector in Europe. Transatlantic travel gets a boost in 2022, spurred by a stronger dollar against key European currencies


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