Vibe Recovery Ready webcast series to provide tips on post-pandemic restart

Vibe Recovery Ready webcast series to provide tips on post-pandemic restart

Software specialist will host five 15 minute online broadcasts throughout September and October

Travel software developer Vibe is to host a series of live webcasts during September and October focussing on recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The free-to-attend ‘Vibe Recovery Ready’ series will feature 15 minutes sessions, with Vibe experts showcasing solutions and services to help travel businesses restart and recover.

There will be five different sessions with the following themes and dates. Each will take place at 2.30pm UK time:

  • September 16: Cutting through the noise – finding the perfect property
  • September 23: Simplifying Corporate Policy & Approval
  • September 30: Be ready for multi-centre online
  • October 7: Making the experience the reason to travel
  • October 14: Smarter Flight Results

Vibe said the webcasts are a direct response to a consultation with customers and suppliers that revealed a high demand for practical advice in the form of tutorials and teach-ins.

As part of this consultation, in July Vibe launched new services such as a quarantining solution, a multi-centre trips tool, and a duty-of-care functionality for corporate users.

Matthew Chapman, co-founder and chief technology officer at Vibe, said: “For too long many travel sellers have been just trying to keep their heads above water, and in most cases that meant cutting back in one form or another.

“But the corner has clearly been turned, as when we recently asked our customers and suppliers how we can help them most the response was clear: everyone was requesting practical advice on how to get into ‘restart and recover’ mode.

“We know that everyone’s time is short so we came up with this 15-minute format to give people the bare facts in concise form outlining what they need to be doing, right now, to get back on track – and understand what we at Vibe can do to make that happen.”

Attendees can sign-up now  for free to watch the live-webcasts