Tourlane | November 19, 2020
German startup Tourlane, the arranging and booking stage for tweaked, selective multi-roadtrips, has raised an extra approx. €16.8 million as an augmentation of their 2019 Series C financing round. Past financial specialists Sequoia Capital, Spark Capital, DN Capital, and HV Capital, just as the two originators, taken an interest in the round – boosting the organization's all out capital raised to over €84 million. The subsidizing gives Tourlane money related steadiness, permitting the organization to seek after its client driven vision of making a start to finish insight for booking exceptional individual outings dependent on cutting edge innovation and travel aptitude.
Established in 2016, Tourlane's remarkable help joins the upsides of innovation, information, and master travel counseling. The organization works straightforwardly with suppliers in excess of 50 objections worldwide, offering clients the opportunity to book flights, facilities, visits, exercises, and move choices, across the board place. With Tourlane, voyagers evade dissatisfaction and spare time organizing numerous appointments from various sellers, while a devoted group of wellbeing and security counselors guarantees an effortless arranging and excursion experience.
Insider Intelligence Inc. | August 17, 2021
The continued reduction in travel - particularly for business and across borders - will keep digital advertising spending in the United States significantly down for the next few years.
According to eMarketer, it will take until 2023 for U.S. digital ad spending in travel to reach $4.54 billion – putting it close to 2018 levels of $4.8 billion but still far behind 2019’s spending of more than $6 billion.
In 2020, as the pandemic shut down travel – and focused what remained of marketing on messages related to hygiene, safety and flexible policies rather than booking – digital ad spending in the U.S. plummeted to $2.99 billion, a $3 billion loss compared to 2019.
According to eMarketer, no other industry declined as fast or spent as little in 2020.
Travelzoo | September 07, 2020
The U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) has been listed by Travelzoo’s U.S. members as the destination they would most like to visit in the Caribbean over the next two years. Travelzoo, a leading global travel company with 30 million members worldwide, reports the Caribbean should be prepared for a return of North Americans seeking warmth and refuge from the lockdowns and strictures of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
In a recent survey of its widely traveled membership, Travelzoo found that the key to bringing travelers back to the Caribbean lies in providing visitors timely and accurate travel restriction information, and cleaning and disinfecting guidelines. Other factors include visitor safety, travel deals, a low or declining number of COVID-19 cases, flight availability and fewer restrictions, such as mandatory quarantine and curfews.