Holiday season means less work for the visitors and more for the people in the travel industry. With cities now beginning to open again, how do you stay competitive in reaching these potential guests?
Amid a new round of coronavirus-related economic closures and fresh data that Americans are as wary as ever of traveling, the devastated U.S. travel industry on Friday submitted to Congress and the administration its policy requests for the next coronavirus relief package.
No demand doesn’t mean your marketing and sales efforts need to stop. It just means they need to be shifted towards other focus points. This can be a great time to breathe, analyse and prepare for things to come.
SpendEdge’s latest blog discusses challenges of UK travel industry and strategies to secure stability
SpendEdge announced the completion of its article that assesses the current condition of the UK travel market against the backdrop of the Thomas Cook bankruptcy and enlists key procurement strategies to address the impending market adversities.
Booking.com, Ctrip, Skyscanner, TripAdvisor and Visa join forces with the Duke of Sussex in first-of-its-kind industry-wide initiative dedicated to exploring and promoting solutions to make all travel more sustainable
eMarketer expects a shift in US digital ad spending next year, as economic factors weigh on certain industries. In 2020, financial services will displace the auto sector, while travel will surpass consumer packaged goods (CPG).
These five technologies will streamline the booking process so clients and hotels can be served at the same time.
ABTA has launched a refreshed version of its Accessible Tourism e-learning tool; an online tool developed to help staff working in the travel industry build on their knowledge of accessible tourism and meet customer needs. @ABTAtravel