Expanding the travel blogger toolbox for 2019

Travel Massive

Travel blogging is no longer as simple as opening a free website and writing down some funny words. Travel bloggers and content creators are expected to be wordsmiths, marketing wizards, community managers and savvy business folk. And that's just the start of the skills that you need to be a successful blogger.
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Spotlight

Business travel is ripe for a shake-up, with low-cost carriers and short-term rentals already muscling in. Business travel has the potential to become highly automated because it is a more frequent activity, whereby brands can deliver and improve on the product and service thanks to big data and AI. This report extract looks at how all travel brands need to consider business travel through a digital, consumer-centric lens to avoid losing out to disruptive forces.

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How Travelbots are shaping the future of the traveller experience

EyeforTravel

We discuss how travelbots can improve your customer experience while reducing costs, as well as how chat bots are currently being used in the travel industry.
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Music. Travel. Sustainability.The New Rhythm of Business Travel

How the music industry will achieve the 2030 sustainability goals and what every business can learn from that; Artist-led, science-backed, and results-oriented action points for greener and safer travel; How the industry prepares for the return of travel;
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Travel Alerts and Warnings to Change - Learn How

USTOA

The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Consular Affairs is making it easier for US citizens to access clear, timely, and reliable safety and security information about every country in the world. Join us to hear a Consular Affairs representative describe the new products that will replace Travel Warnings, Travel Alerts, and Security/Emergency Messages and how using them can help your clients stay safe abroad.
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Bouncing Back: Consumer Views on Traveling Again

Flywire

Few industries have been hurt by COVID-19 as much as travel, and the industry’s ability to bounce back depends largely on one thing: consumer willingness to travel again.Flywire has released a new research report detailing the results of an independent survey of travelers across the globe. The interactive report looks at how leisure travelers have responded to the recent crisis and their future plans to travel again.Watch this webinar to see some of the key findings and hear a discuss of the results with a panel of travel industry professionals.
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Spotlight

Business travel is ripe for a shake-up, with low-cost carriers and short-term rentals already muscling in. Business travel has the potential to become highly automated because it is a more frequent activity, whereby brands can deliver and improve on the product and service thanks to big data and AI. This report extract looks at how all travel brands need to consider business travel through a digital, consumer-centric lens to avoid losing out to disruptive forces.

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