27 Nov 2013

2012 was a milestone year for tourism; over one billion tourists travelled the globe in a single year. Five to six billion more are expected to have travelled within their own countries. These are extraordinary figures especially when you consider that just over 60 years ago the number of international tourists worldwide stood at a mere 25 million. Never before did so many people travel to so many places as in 2012. The majority of these tourists required hotels to stay in, which according to a report by IBISWorld, has increased the revenue generated by hotels and resorts worldwide to be an estimated $593 billion. It’s a massive industry employing approximately 4,166,000 people, which has been affected by the economic downturn and terrorist attacks, but is now thriving.

Oncam understands the need for zero tolerance to any criminal activity in hotels