Deal reported as annual sales jump
Anticipate demand and pinch points ahead of time, says Sojern boss
Ctrip-owned metasearch site claims to be leader in sector
Firms using baVel platform to process payments can access currency management solutions
Sales of Mystery Holiday deal surge by 200%
Travel businesses who want to offer their best customer service experience were urged not to forget existing customers when investing in new tech by a panel debating customer service at the Travolution European Summit. James Clarke, UK general manager at deals publisher Travelzoo, said: “There’s no point trying to att ...
Travel companies investing in good technology can differentiate themselves and be successful in “tough times” according to a panel at the Travolution European Summit in London. Group chief information officer of e-commerce firm Atcore, Nigel Beighton, said: “It’s tough times for all of us, but I think it’s particularl ...
Travel Navigator™ has introduced “Venture”, an initiative that will provide provide users with real-time safety information on destinations. Chief executive Robin Ingle told delegates at the Travolution European Summit that the new app will feature content from Robert Young Pelton, author of The World’s Most Dangerous ...
Behavioral and emotional connections are at work, says Flywire Industry Director of Travel Colin Smyth
A speech delivered by The Duke of Sussex at the launch of Travalyst in Amsterdam on Tuesday, 3rd September 2019
Dedicated microsite to offer inspiration, advice and special deals
Hotel distribution firm has added 100 properties to portfolio
Travelzoo research highlights reliance on ‘bank of mum and dad’
Global payment company Ingenico Group has launched connectivity solution TravelHub to process payments in Asia, Latin America and Europe. The technology will connect travel companies with Ingenico’s end-to-end payment process, allowing them access to over 150 payment methods. This includes credit cards, alternative pa ...
Stansted ranks second last in global study
Online payments expected to grow ‘exponentially’