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70% of the respondents opined they have a strong desire to travel and is a major reason why they work.
Dubbed as the most-anticipated IPO filing, Uber and Lyft generated excitement among investors with their news about going public.
While it is a hard time for Marriott since its credibility has been damaged, the hospitality group just gained an opportunity to turn the tables and rise above the challenge.
“Bleisure” will be a thing and travel packages that perfectly combine business and pleasure will most likely win the business of modern corporate travellers.
Latest technologies are continuously transforming the travel industry. This week, airlines and airports turn to technology to improve their services, a language app that dives into travel,…
IATA’s New Distribution Capability (NDC) ensures that airlines can distribute rich content across all channels, but the offer is just the starting point of a satisfactory service. It is of…
With the advent of the latest technology and AI-powered chatbots, use of mobile bookings and other reservation options are becoming popular in hotels. Some hotels have stopped paying any…
SBC Travel hasn’t been launched officially yet, but it already gained a lot of traction due to its recent acquisitions.
Trivago has admitted that it led customers into believing that the results page shows the lowest prices in the “more deals” section.
They say that you should know your business inside out for you will never know when an opportunity strikes. Learn from Anthony Hynes, founder and CEO of payment firm eNett, who seized his…
Traveloka’s co-founder and chief technology officer Derianto Kusuma has resigned from the company, effective on 30 November, he co-founded after seven years saying “this game is no longer…
Digital disruption is not too far from the travel industry either. We scout the latest happenings in the travel tech world each week. Here are the five tech developments of this week.
In the past year, B2B wholesale tour operator and destination management company AC Group made significant acquisitions to support its global expansion.
Qantas has revealed the first Australian travel management company that can now book flights through the airline’s new technology platform.
One of the major challenges for start-ups is how to take the business to the next level and foster growth. The two common reasons why start-ups fail are lack of funding and lack of…
Engineering and electronics company Bosch aims to digitise its primitive business travel tools for the benefit of its more than 400,000 employees worldwide.
Carnival Cruise Line has updated its smoking policy and violators may be disembarked from the cruise ship.