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  • How will people unwind in 2016?
  • How will people unwind in 2016?
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2016 Expert Outlook on leisure

What kinds of hotel do people want to stay in? How can the craft world ‘go digital’? And will VR take over the holiday industry or will it be confined to gamers’ homes? As part of the 2016 Expert Outlook series, three industry insiders give their views on the future of leisure and tourism.

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For the leisure Expert Outlook 2016, Canvas8 speaks to tourism trend watcher Goof Lukken, the editor of Craft Focus magazine Julie Bonnar, and Henry Stuart, the CEO of Visualise.

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