Skift Webinar: MovingData Drives the Future of Travel Advertising

skift.com - Travel Services · 11 Mar

What does personalization mean in 2020, and what does it look like in a world where customers are becoming increasingly protective of their data? In

New Jersey May Make It Legal to Bet on Esports Events in Bid for Tourism Dollars
New Jersey May Make It Legal to Bet on Esports Events in Bid for Tourism Dollars

skift.com - Travel Services · 7 Mar

About a billion people worldwide will watch someone else play a video game this year, either online or in person. It makes sense for New Jersey and o

Eventbrite Projections Falter Amid Coronavirus Impact on Events

skift.com - Travel Services · 5 Mar

Eventbrite reels in 2020 forecasts in light of event cancellations due to coronavirus. Despite performing better than expected in 2019's fourth quart

Travel Advisors Field Cruise Concerns as Coronavirus Outbreak Spreads

skift.com - Travel Services · 4 Mar

The coronavirus is wreaking havoc on the cruise industry, with travel advisors caught in the middle as they deal with cancellations and questions fro

Coronavirus Threatens to Take $560 Billion Out of Global Corporate Travel Spending

skift.com - Travel Services · 28 Feb

A projected shaving of 37 percent off the forecast for 2020 global corporate travel spending is already a worrisome decline, but the figure could sti

Coronavirus Puts Travel Advisors to the Test

skift.com - Travel Services · 12 Feb

Confusion and fears surrounding the coronavirus are putting travelers on edge and travel advisors in a difficult spot. Travel advisors can present th

Travel Advisors Scramble as Coronavirus Rattles Clients

skift.com - Travel Services · 6 Feb

As the coronavirus spreads, so are concerns among travelers. Travel advisors are feeling the effects, coping with cancellations, and providing reassu

Virus Outbreak Hits Expanding List of Sports Events

skift.com - Travel Services · 30 Jan

The Wuhan coronavirus is already wrecking havoc on the preparation of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics. For the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, thfrom the virus

Travel Advisors Face Challenges as Food Tourism Matures

skift.com - Travel Services · 8 Jan

The appetite for culinary tourism is growing, sparking demand for experiences beyond cooking classes and dining in Michelin-starred restaurants. Trav

TUI Looks Set for a Challenging 2020 Even Without Competitor Thomas Cook
TUI Looks Set for a Challenging 2020 Even Without Competitor Thomas Cook

skift.com - Travel Services · 11 Dec

TUI continues to have ambitious plans, and its quest to move away from the traditional tour operating market seems sensible given the problems endure

Travel's Moment of Clarity: Sober Tourism Is a Real Business
Travel's Moment of Clarity: Sober Tourism Is a Real Business

skift.com - Travel Services · 19 Nov

There have always been travelers who don't drink, but the "sober curious" lifestyle movement has created a defined market of people who are eager for

Travel Managers Express Concerns About Boeing 737 Max Safety

skift.com - Travel Services · 14 Jun

Travel managers are concerned for the safety of travelers who will be flying Boeing 737 Max series aircraft in the future, and with good reason.

Cvent Hitches Up With Wedding Spot to Boost Venue Business

skift.com - Travel Services · 22 May

Cvent remains committed to bringing new products to its customers through acquisitions. By diving into the U.S. market for weddings, the event tech g

Thomas Cook Tries to Stem the Bleeding After $1.9 Billion Loss

skift.com - Travel Services · 16 May

Announcing such a big loss is not a good look for any company, but Thomas Cook management will be hoping they've got all of the bad news out at once

Making Room Service Truly High-End

skift.com - Travel Services · 6 Mar

Sometimes the best way to succeed is to take a contrarian approach.

How a French Gourmet Food Brand Plans to Succeed in Hotels

skift.com - Travel Services · 5 Mar

Another example of a luxury brand extending its reach into hospitality is developing out of Paris. But the question is, do we really need another lux

Priority Pass Parent Expands Further Into Dining

skift.com - Travel Services · 18 Sep

Collinson Group, the parent company of Priority Pass, made a wise move investing in airport-food-ordering app Grab. There's plenty to improve about t

Innovative Hoteliers Tap Craft Cocktail Culture for Luxury Guests

skift.com - Travel Services · 11 Sep

Craft cocktail culture is based on the same principles driving change in the luxury hosconsumers' desires for best-quality ingredients, a curated sen

Why Priority Pass Is Expanding Into Restaurants and Mini-Suites

skift.com - Travel Services · 3 Jul

For a long time, membership in the Priority Pass program was seen by many as having access to airport lounges in far flung locations like Azerbaijan

Event Dining Costs and Complexity Rise in the Instagram Age

skift.com - Travel Services · 14 Jun

Dining and drinks have become as important to the attendee experience as an event’s programming and networking opportunities, mimicking a wider shift

Planners and Hotels Wrestle With Rising Costs as Event Dining Evolves

skift.com - Travel Services · 13 Jun

As social media shines a spotlight on dining experiences, delegate expectations are placing pressure on food and beverage budgets. Meeting organizers