Leveraging Travel Experiences Through TV and Movie Hits
The desire for unique, all-access travel experiences continues to come into its own, with movies and TV shows offering an unending source of creativity for travel companies — with the right collaborations sifting the exceptional from the average. -Selene Brophy
30/03/2023 10:30:00
4 Charts and a Paris Hilton TikTok: Lessons From Skift’s Future of Lodging Forum 2023
Sometimes charts and even a TikTok capture 1,000 words. A handful relay some of the opportunities facing the hotel industry today. -Sean O'Neill
30/03/2023 08:35:00
HomeToGo Still Waits on Vacation Rental Acquisitions for Elusive Profits
HomeToGo is eager to prove itself as a sustainable and yet growing business in vacation rentals. However, for it to succeed in the long game, the Berlin-based company will need a razor sharp focus on geographical expansion and organic growth — not just acquisitions. -Srividya Kalyanaraman
30/03/2023 07:50:00
Reassessing the State of Loyalty for Travel and Lifestyle Credit Cards in 2023
As the demand for travel keeps growing, consumers expect more from loyalty programs. To help providers increase cardholders’ engagement, iSeatz has released the new “State of Loyalty: 2023 Credit Card Rewards Report,” uncovering point-redemption strategies, trends, and gaps in the North American travel loyalty space. -iSeatz
30/03/2023 07:00:00
Why So Many Souvenirs Gather Dust on Travelers’ Shelves
Souvenirs are an essential part of the travel experience, but they still haven't under gone the revolution like other parts of the travel economy. New innovative ways to support local artisans and communities in tourism are still unrealized. -Dawit Habtemariam
30/03/2023 07:00:00
Las Vegas Hotels Deny Conspiring to Artificially Raise Room Rates
Attorneys representing Las Vegas' most prominent hotels argue the lawsuit alleging a conspiracy to keep room rates high lacks a very important piece of evidence — proof of communication between any of the defendants. -Rashaad Jorden
30/03/2023 06:35:00
Thailand’s Maya Bay Sees Sharks and Tourists Fight for Space
The famous bay, which is part of Phi Phi Leh island, has seen a post-pandemic boom in both rates of tourists and sharks, leading to questions over how best to balance nature with tourism — now such an integral part of Thailand's economy. -Andres Buenahora
30/03/2023 05:00:00
Hilton Wants to Use AI to Personalize Hotel Bookings
Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at Hilton’s AI hopes, Jumeirah’s expansion, and tours tech in Southeast Asia. -Rashaad Jorden
30/03/2023 03:09:25
Generative AI Can Be Used for More Than Just Travel Booking
As announcements have been made around ChatGPT and consumer-facing travel booking tech, other companies have been quietly working away on business-to-business generative AI products. There's more to come, no doubt. -Justin Dawes
29/03/2023 23:30:00
Skift India Daily: Telecom Firms Asked to Set Up Safe Buffer Zones for 5G Near Airports
Government agencies, planemakers, and telecom companies still have work to do to ensure safe flight operations around airports with 5G airwave infrastructure. -Amrita Ghosh
29/03/2023 20:00:00
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