If you work in hospitality you will know that in this fragmented, complicated business things are changing faster than your best barista can make a cappuccino.
MARKETING: Any brand with half a brain cell will know that email marketing is still, despite the rise of social media, one of the most important and fruitful methods of communicative with customers.
An Infosys study found that eight out of ten consumers feel personalized marketing has influenced a purchase, so personalization should be top of mind for travel marketers.
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DISTRIBUTION in tourism and hospitality for October 2014.
Mexico City-based LastRoom.com recently pivoted from courting leisure travelers as the “Latin American HotelTonight” to a business-to-business (B2B) model.
Metasearch site Skyscanner has released the final phase of its extended forecast of what travel will be like in 2024.
Understanding the digital consumer from research outside of the travel industry is both relevant and timely.
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel DEVICES in tourism and hospitality for September 2014.
Advertisers crafting contextual advertising campaigns based on literal keyword search-based actions or past guest actions are losing the war in what I’m calling “moments that matter”.
The mammoth Concur/SAP marriage marks enormous consolidation in the travel and expenses space, with many Concur customers set to become SAP clients in the near future.
The UK government is looking to “open doors” for the sharing economy and make the country a global centre for businesses such as Airbnb and ZipCar.
Siteminder is heading deep into Chinese hotel distribution with a “strategic integration partnership” with online travel agency Ctrip.
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel MARKETING in tourism and hospitality for September 2014.
A new travel startup is developing a means to book hotels for frequent travelers and those responsible for booking larger groups.
THack is back. At San Francisco International Airport (SFO) … in Terminal 2 … a 24-hour travel hackathon inside the airport.
How can Google re-establish it’s moral and useful, self admitted position on planet search and in particular in the travel industry?
This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for September 2014.
Air passengers want to use their devices at every point of the journey, including during the flight, according to the latest research from airline technology specialist SITA.
A raising $25 billion via its IPO in New York, Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba has bought a 15% stake in Beijing Shiji Info Technology, a hotel tech business, for more than $450 million.
HotelTonight officially announced today its switch from a same-day booking model to a same-week one, as Tnooz reported earlier this week.