According to a new study from ChangeWave Research 39% of consumers now have a smartphone, which is almost double from a year ago.
We all have a big interest in education. We should, because education prepares us for the future. A future which we can’t grasp. We have no idea what will happen in the future, we simply do not know where we will be in 5 years, let alone 20 or 30 years.
One of the new entrants in the trip planning field. Local activities are an area of the travel process that needs more attention and this is one attempt.
Some simple but good advice. Also an interesting way for sponsorship / advertising by UPS. Another example how all this comes together on the social web.
The PhoCusWright Conference Travel Innovation Summit takes place in Orlando on Nov 17, 2009. In Part I, we took a look at the first ten travel innovators. This is the second part of an introduction to the 30 odd companies taking part in this year’s Travel Innovation Summit.
I am going to Orlando for PhoCusWright November 17-19. Due to the nature of long haul travel I will be there for the whole day the 16th and 20th as well. My diary is starting to fill up with appointments.
By second post for Tnooz is live titled “Tips for what Lonely Planet should do next”. Contains some background on Lonely Planet’s online plans over the last few years, the online and brand vision from new CEO Matt Goldberg and my recommendations on what else they could do.
The PhoCusWright Conference takes place Nov 17-19 in Orlando, and the highlight on Day 1 – Tuesday, Nov 17, 2009, is the Travel Innovation Summit.
This week Twitter Lists spread across the Web and early adopters have created lists of the people on Twitter that matter most to them.
Are your contracted non-yieldable segments adding to your bottom line? Or are they displacing revenues that can be generated by selling public transient rates?
In Part Two of our Ghosts of the Internet Past interviews, we caught up with former Expedia executive Spencer Rascoff. Spencer is now the Chief Operating Office of real estate website Zillow.com but was ran hotel supplier relations during the IHG/Expedia stand-off six years ago
As we discussed earlier, all of the relevant parties to the last major public flare-up between an OTA and a major brand (Expedia and IHG) have moved on to new challenges. However, we’ve tracked the two key witnesses down, and they both have agreed to discuss the current situation between Choice and Expedia.