Travel & Tourism Panel: Localization Strategies & Processes

In this panel webinar, experts are fielding questions about the evolving requirements for localization in the travel and tourism sector and the strategies that are currently working well for their teams. The context for this discussion is the travel and tourism industry itself, where deadlines are often tight, content to be localized is voluminous due to content marketing needs, and ideas and strategies in content marketing are continuously changing, requiring adaptations from localization teams along the way.
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Windstar Cruises Knows the Way To Small Ship Cruising


Join Travel Weekly, TravelAge West and Windstar Cruises to learn all about luxury yacht style cruising aboard Windstar Cruises Small ships means CHOICE for your clients. Choice of classic, intimate sailing yachts or completely transformed 312-guest, all-suite small ships. Choice of all-inclusive or a-la-carte pricing. Choice of a wide variety of global bucket list cruise destinations visiting marquee ports and hidden harbors
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The future of engaging travelers during the online booking process

In today’s climate of changing travel restrictions and fluid company policies it is more important than ever to be able to guide and communicate with travelers – no matter where that travel is booked. FCM has partnered with corporate travel startup, Shep, to help do just that. In this webinar, we take a look at Shep Notify can help companies deliver the latest health and safety messages, informing business travelers about their company’s travel restrictions across more than 1,000 different booking sites.
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Owning What You Can Control in Today's Fluid Travel Environment

Direct Travel

As new variants emerge and travel restrictions continue to evolve, how are top travel managers handling the constant change and preparing their travelers to do the same? 2022 presents an opportunity for travel managers to shift focus from a reactive mode to an informed approach that prioritizes taking ownership of the factors they can control. From negotiations with suppliers and communications with travelers to putting the right technologies in place and retraining road warriors, travel managers have more tools at their disposal now for shaping the future of their travel programs
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What's Next for Online Booking Tools?

The market for online booking tools may be more confusing than ever—the lines between a traditional travel management company and the online booking tool have blurred, with more TMCs taking a tech-first approach. The concept of a front-facing portal behind which several booking tools can sit has captured attention. And, of course, you still have the option to pick a booking tool relationship separate from your TMC—but should you? And which booking tool is right for your program—an emerging, consumer-looking tool or an established global choice with limited user-appeal?
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