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Hotwire updates app, Accor connects Hoist Group, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DEVICES in tourism and hospitality for June 2016.

Qantas reducing passenger pain with analytics tool to reduce delays


The travel industry is often preached to about the benefits of data – big and small – to target customers better, personalise and generally make businesses more efficient.

The why, what and when of personalisation and ancillaries in travel


Research from Sabre has opened the door on what consumers think with regards to personalisation, rather than what airlines, hotels and other believe.

Low-commission champion Bidroom raises Euro 1 million investment

Netherlands-based hotel booking service Bidroom has secured a Euro 1 million funding round in a bid to “chip away” share from the giants of the industry.

Hoteliers should answer the phone more, says Simplotel

Simplotel has quantified the significant impact that telephone calls have on a hotel’s direct booking strategy.

Tnooz-Lyft WEBINAR REPLAY: How technology is shaping business traveler behavior


Today’s business travelers are more mobile and connected than ever before. They work from the hotel, or even the plane.

Well-funded business tech firm Tradeshift eyes travel, launches virtual assistant

Tradeshift is targeting the travel sector with the launch of virtual assistant that manages travel bookings and payments.

Expedia adds Hollywood glamour to board, ForwardKeys hires marketing chief, and more

This is a roundup of news and announcements for PEOPLE moves in travel, tourism and hospitality for June 2016: Friday 24 June 2016: Expedia adds Hollywood producer to board Scott Rudin joins the board of directors of Expedia Inc, increasing the size from 13 to 14.

BD4Travel personalises DER, TPI speeds up with Trisept, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for June 2016.

NFC grounded at take-off for airlines (but 300 million will use other contactless tech by 2020)

One in five consumers will be using contactless ticketing on their mobile devices by 2020 – the equivalent of some 300 million people worldwide.

Cinemagraphs move into travel marketing

A digital agency from Brighton, UK, has produced a marketing campaign for a chain of Indian Ocean hotels, using cinemagraph tech from a start-up based in Toronto, Canada, which counts an American supermodel businesswoman among its investors.

MisterFly raises Euro 20 million, targets early big revenue numbers

MisterFly, a new online travel agency based in France, has managed to secure a Euro 20 million funding round after just nine months of operations.

Cleartrip expands activities into local

Indian OTA Cleartrip is adding a “Local” tab to its redesigned app, creating a clear distinction between local activities and its core travel products.

Ctrip integrates ArrivalGuides content, Destination BC hikes with Google, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel MARKETING in tourism and hospitality for June 2016.

Fareportal buys German travel search engine TripCombi

Fareportal, the company behind online travel brands such as CheapoAir and OneTravel, is targeting the European metasearch market with a deal to buy TripCombi.

ForwardKeys hires marketing chief, eRevMax bolsters South America team, and more

This is a roundup of news and announcements for PEOPLE moves in travel, tourism and hospitality for June 2016: Thursday 23 June 2016: ForwardKeys hires marketing chief Laurens van den Oever becomes the travel analytics company’s first chief marketing officer, joining from GfK where he was global head of travel and hospitality.

Consumers think Google knows them better than travel brands

Travel brands are falling short in the personalisation stakes according to the latest research from data specialist Boxever.

Hotwire updates app, Accor connects Hoist Group, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DEVICES in tourism and hospitality for June 2016.

Qunar could follow eLong’s lead and go private

Chinese OTA Qunar has received a “going private” offer from a unit of Chinese travel investment specialists Ocean Imagination.

What happens when Airbnb muscles in on your business?

Airbnb is moving into the tours and activities – some think in a very big way. The company has been talking about it a lot recently, not least at a conference I attended.


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