We've all heard about CBD, but studies show...

A study done by Invisibly found that although many people have heard of CBD, most haven't tried it or still don't know the difference between CBD, marijuana or THC. Of the 1,087 people surveryed, 58% of respondents didn't know the difference between CBD and THC-containing products such as marijuana. So, what exactly is CBD? CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol which is a chemical compound that naturally occurs in the Cannabis sativa plant. It's used in oils, topicals, and ingestibles for wellness purposes including relieving pain, easing anxiety and alleviating cancer-related symptoms. According to Invisibly's study, 40% of respondents who have tried CBD products said their primary reason was to reduce stress. Here at Telli, we offer CBD containing products such as massage oils, lip balms, body wash, and moisturizers for those exact reasons. To view the products we offer, click here!



To see more information on the survey and its results, visit CBD Usage in America — A Snapshot.




After Lockdown, Many Are Planning To Travel In 2021

It’s no secret that the hotel industry was hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, and with international travel restrictions still in place, the future is still uncertain. However, we remain optimistic that domestic travel will help hotels to recover. According to STR's survey done in February, out of 1,333 respondents, 75% are planning to undertake a leisure trip in 2021. Based off the results, it is to believe that later in the year, it is likely overseas travel will pick up once the pandemic is more under control and the greater portion of the population has been vaccinated. As destinations adopt higher levels of COVID-Safe measures, such as testing and increased sanitization, once restrictions are lifted and countries reopen their borders - demand for both short and long-haul travel will soar. Despite the challenges that the industry continues to face, recovery is on the horizon.




To see more information on the survey and its results, visit Tourism After Lockdown: The Long and Short of Long-Haul Travel





Millennials are looking to indulge with must-have luxury this traveling season

A study by Tripadvisor found that 37% of high-income millennials have already booked or are planning to book a luxury vacation of more than $5,000. Although the pandemic was trying for everyone, some groups such as high-income Millennials benefited greatly with the ability to save due to a decrease on normal expeditures this past year. According to the study, 34% of Millennial and Gen-Z respondents saved more during the pandemic than previous years and are looking to spend their savings on travel in 2021. With a stressful year subsiding, these affluent travelers main goal is relaxation with an intent to splurge a little more on luxurious experiences. What do you think the hospitality and spa industry can do to capture the attention and bookings of millennials who are in search of luxury?


To see more information on the survey and its results, visit The Future of Travel




Leave A Lasting Effect On Your Clients By Personalizing Your Space With A Signature Fragrance

Everyone can agree that visiting a spa or hotel is a sensory experience, but did you know that olfactory studies have found that customers in scented spaces are happy to stay longer? When a guest's experience becomes "sensitized," the moment becomes unique and promotes the creation of a bond based on loyalty. Smells also influence mood and can be used to nurture a state of being, such as comfort, serenity, and harmony. The power of olfactory make it possible to highlight a visual identity or style in multiple areas which can be used to separate spaces according to their role. Scents help reinforce the space's intended purpose or mood for every guest. In addition to enhancing the experience for your clients, having an olfactory signature can create an underlining atmosphere and brand identity. Enriching your brand or professional environment with a consistent fragrance generates a distinctive sensory universe that clients will remember.



To learn more about how scents can be used to create a memorable experience for your guests, visit The Power Of Scent: How To Create An Olfactory Signature In Hospitality.




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