The Virgin Galactic winged spaceship designed to take tourists on trips beyond Earth’s atmosphere crashed during a test flight above the Mojave Desert.
There are a myriad of hotel technology startups in the market these days. Times are good, people are traveling and wallets are opening.
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DEVICES in tourism and hospitality for October 2014.
Australian tours and activities platform Rezdy has released some stats from its clients which show that offline bookings are still way ahead of online, with mobile’s share of these online bookings increasing very slowly indeed.
Expedia Inc, one of the world’s largest online travel conglomerates, is doing better than expected. The Bellevue, Washington-based company posted its third-quarter results today, with a gain that beat Wall Street and its own forecasts.
So it’s been a long six months and we have been meeting investors and venture capital firms across US, India and Middle East.
Accor has earmarked Euros 225 million over the next five years to fund a company-wide digital transformation which covers guests, staff and hotels.
Research group GfK has unearthed some surprising findings about Hong Kong travellers, including the popularity of travel magazines.
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for October 2014.
Imagine getting a room at San Francisco’s Parc 55 Wyndham in Union Square for $387 a night — 24% off the $510 retail rate.
Amadeus’ desire to position itself as a thought leader for the travel technology sector sees the release of its latest discussion document, a 23-page look at the theory and practice of “lean IT” in the travel industry.
Airlines say they are planning to invest more in their social media efforts according to the latest findings in the SimpliFlying airline social media study.
It takes a lot for any type of travel-related brand to admit they got something wrong – but it’s rare for a government-backed tourism board.
IHS Worldwide, owner of the WorldHotels and Trust International hospitality brands, is planning to buy hotel tech company Fastbooking.
Today there was yet a further sign that airlines feel they have a stronger hand in haggling with online travel agencies than they used to.
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel MARKETING in tourism and hospitality for October 2014.
Personalization continues to be pursued relentlessly in travel, from legitimate attempts to tailor products to more murky user-based pricing manipulations.
Yelp is clearly executing a growth strategy via acquisitions in Europe. The company has folllowed last week’s purchase of Restaurant-Kritik with an acquisition of France’s biggest review site, Cityvox.
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Alibaba Group is setting its considerable sights on the Chinese online travel sector - and Ctrip in particular – with a new brand, alitrip.com, launched to replace Taobao Travel.