Travel Opinions

Changing the volume – how to cut through the noise online and reach new customers by Dan Cohen, Tradedoubler

The internet is continuously dictating the way people shop and engage with travel operators. Those looking to make a getaway will have all experienced a barrage of advertising every second they are online. For this reason, cutting through the noise and locating new customers is harder for travel marketers and those in the tourism industry as a whole to achieve than ever before.

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Joining Up The Dots: How Do Modern Travellers Find Top Destinations & Hidden Local Gems By Prakash Sikchi, Inspirock

Most vacation plans begin with a focal point or a main attraction in mind. Think Niagara Falls or the Sistine Chapel. But it might not be that grand or iconic for everyone all of the time. It could be a music festival, a beautiful beach, or a hotel that one of your friends couldn’t stop talking about last summer.

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How you (and your clients) can explore the real ‘heart’ of South Africa by Sandie Curtis, The Blue Marlin Hotel

Imagine the tranquillity of a beach holiday combined with the excitement of a destination like South Africa.

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‘Taking care of business travel, big and small’ by Randall Gordon-Duff, Collinson Group

Two broad trends are driving a greater focus on the issue of Duty of Care: an escalating global risk environment and the demand by UK companies, large and small, for their employees to travel abroad on business.

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‘Keeping the travel industry topped up with USB charging’ by Nadine Deery, MK Electric

Mobile devices are revolutionising the way we travel. We use them to store our vital travel documents, our flight and seat number, as well as to navigate us to our hotels once we touch down abroad. But what happens if we forget to charge them – or if the battery suddenly goes flat?

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