TTG magazine has undergone a refresh as it establishes itself as the leading monthly travel trade title in the UK and Ireland.
Since the industry welcomed TTG’s return to print as a monthly magazine in September, the TTG team has been exploring how to best reshape its content to give the magazine greater longevity, working alongside Brighton-based design agency O&G who helped to mastermind the TTG Media rebrand in 2018.
Key changes include stepping away from smaller news stories in favour of longer more in-depth analyses, such as the magazine’s opening spread on p6-7, which each month will dissect one key topic.
As part of TTG’s commitment to champion different voices from across the sector, a new Opinion page has also been introduced, representing a variety of commentary from all corners of the industry.
Meanwhile TTG is proudly underlining its commitment to cruise with the introduction of a dedicated monthly cruise section in the magazine.
TTG Media also remains firmly committed to the luxury market, with a dedicated TTG Luxury section featuring in every magazine, edited by TTG Luxury editor April Hutchinson, ahead of the return of TTG Luxury as a standalone magazine later this year.
Commenting on the new-look TTG, editor Sophie Griffiths said: “The new monthly TTG reflects the sector’s desire for thoughtful insight and analysis, offering deeper dives into the latest issues affecting the sector.
“We’re also proud to ensure our ethos to promote a Smarter, Better, Fairer travel industry runs through all of our content, from helpful tips on key business advice tips to our focus on diversity and inclusion, as well as promoting sustainability, as highlighted in this month’s TTG Luxury.”
TTG Luxury editor April Hutchinson added: “Providing inspiration and insight for the UK’s leading luxury travel advisors is more important than ever, as we all look forward to the bounceback in travel, and the dedicated TTG Luxury section within TTG demonstrates our thoughtful and long-standing commitment to the sector. The travel industry is evolving – and so are we.”
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