As the countdown to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rolls on, the inevitable speculation around its potential implications continues to make headlines.
Virtual and Augmented Reality are arguably the most revolutionary technology since the iPhone. Simply put on a headset, push a few buttons and you’re instantly transported to anywhere in the world.
I recently spent an afternoon researching new business opportunities – specifically small to medium-sized UK-based travel brands that aren’t using social media to its full potential. Although busy managing social media channels for brands on a freelance basis, I have the thirst to take on additional projects.
Many facets of life experience trends, from foods and exercise regimes to fashion, music styles and gadgets. Where people holiday and the ways in which they do it, are no exception, and the face of the cruise industry is in the midst of a massive overhaul. Here are some of the main changes we see approaching cruising in the near future.
Like so many industries, the travel sector has been transformed by the digital age.
Multi-channel customer experience key differentiator in travel industry
As every property owner and operator knows, it can be a pain allocating a portion of your accommodation to a holiday letting agency to sell, only to find out that they haven’t managed to fill their fair share of availability. This is particularly frustrating when you’ve been turning customers away for the same dates your agent was unable to fill.