Wi-Fi's Frustrating Lack of Progress at Events

skift.com - Travel Services · 10 Oct

Many planners treat Wi-Fi as an afterthought, when really it's become a central part of the event experience, just like food or beverage.

American Express GBT Picks New CEO to Lead Tech Growth

skift.com - Travel Services · 20 Sep

Over the past three years, the company finalized two major acquisitions and kicked off a tech overhaul. Now, it's ready to invest further in creating

Travel Management Companies Finally See Upgrades to Payment Technology

skift.com - Travel Services · 20 Sep

Despite some of the progress that New Distribution Capability has made in recent years, travel management companies have missed out on many of the be

Events Sector Feels Poised for Tech Explosion

skift.com - Travel Services · 18 Sep

The future looks good for meetings and events. That was the vibe coming out of IMEX America in Las Vegas last week, even as some planners worry about

High-Touch and High-Tech Find Common Ground With Travel Advisors: Virtuoso CEO

skift.com - Travel Services · 20 Aug

Virtuoso Travel Week drew record attendance to the annual event it likens to Fashion Week. While heavily touting the consortium's new Wanderlist trav

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Eventbrite's Struggles Deepen as a Public Company

skift.com - Travel Services · 15 Aug

One has to wonder whether Eventbrite's struggles as a public company will make the event-tech sector less attractive to investors in the future.

Amadeus Finds Growth in Businesses Outside of Distribution

skift.com - Travel Services · 31 Jul

Amadeus deserves credit for making strides in reducing its dependence on its original core business of airline distribution. Few companies in any ind

Cvent Struggles to Streamline Its Thousands of Tech Features

skift.com - Travel Services · 18 Jul

Cvent continues to stay on the forefront of new digital technology for meetings and events, but it still faces difficulties in user experience. At Cv

Cvent Makes Progress on Improving User Experience

skift.com - Travel Services · 17 Jul

The company has developed in a fractured and decentralized way. Going back in time to change the underlying foundation will not be easy, especially i

A Consolidated Biz Travel Market Could Mean More Personalized Booking

skift.com - Travel Services · 11 Jul

Watching how adoption of new distribution technology plays out in this early stage can give us a look into what to expect in the future. Especially i

Cvent Hitches Up With Wedding Spot to Boost Venue Business

skift.com - Travel Services · 22 May

Cvent remains committed to bringing new products to its customers through acquisitions. By diving into the U.S. market for weddings, the event tech g

Qantas to Levy Surcharges on Travel Agencies That Don't Join Program Starting in August

skift.com - Travel Services · 7 May

In Australia, the New Distribution Capability is moving from a vague concept to an active business model, as Qantas urges travel agents to sign up to

American Express Allows Passengers to Use Loyalty Points to Bid for Flight Upgrades

skift.com - Travel Services · 6 May

Those flush with American Express Membership Rewards points have a new tool for bidding on airline upgrades. Caveat emptor on the cost of the upgrade

Eventbrite's Slow Ticketfly Integration Leads to Growing Losses

skift.com - Travel Services · 3 May

Eventbrite is getting slammed by investors as costs mount from integrating Ticketfly. The company's core ticketing business is strong, though. It nee

Travel Advisor Recruits Participate in Host Agency Boot Camps

skift.com - Travel Services · 23 Apr

Host agencies are seeing an influx of prospective travel advisors, many coming from other careers, and are creating education programs to ensure the

The Future of Car Rental Is Mobile-First

skift.com - Travel Services · 19 Apr

Making the car rental experience more pleasant requires making cars available where business travelers actually are, along with allowing them to digi

Travelers With Disabilities May Find Advantages in Using Travel Advisor Specialists

skift.com - Travel Services · 16 Apr

The number of people with disabilities is increasing and travel advisors need to understand this demographic. If they don't, not only will they lose

Flight Centre Looks to Upside for Advanced Corporate Travel Tech

skift.com - Travel Services · 12 Apr

Now a rush is on for travel giants to move onto the long-neglected challenge of attracting smaller businesses to their travel platforms. It won't be

Travel Advisors With LGBTQ Clients Need to Know Local Norms

skift.com - Travel Services · 3 Apr

LGBTQ consumers are a particularly well-traveled and high-spending business source for travel advisors. Serving them requires knowledge and sensitivi

Why Blockchain Could Come to Airport Security Checkpoints

skift.com - Travel Services · 22 Mar

Blockchain in travel hasn't disappeared, even if people are no longer obsessed with getting rich off of cryptocurrencies.

U.S. Customs Wants to Use Blockchain for Travel Security Measures

skift.com - Travel Services · 21 Mar

As governments and big corporations adopt blockchain solutions to persistent challenges, one shouldn't lose sight of the fact that blockchain's ledge

Does a Tour Operator Really Need Its Own Airline?

skift.com - Travel Services · 18 Mar

TUI clearly thinks having an airline is crucial, but what about its big rival Thomas Cook?

How the Max 8 Confusion Impacts Business Travel

skift.com - Travel Services · 15 Mar

The grounding of Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft won't be super disruptive as airlines will work to keep cancellations at a minimum. It does add uncertaint

Virtuoso Has a Trip-Planning Tool to Inspire Luxury Clients

skift.com - Travel Services · 9 Mar

We've seen trip-planning tools come and go, but this Wanderlist one might thrive because its users get additional assistance from real travel experts

Overwhelmed Conference Attendees Crave Personalized Recommendations

skift.com - Travel Services · 6 Mar

Conference-goers feel overwhelmed by making choices about which sessions to attend and who to network with. Digital tools featuring personalization c

Certify and Chrome River to Challenge Expense Leader SAP Concur

skift.com - Travel Services · 5 Mar

The combined Certify and Chrome River still pales in scope when compared to global behemoth SAP Concur. The approach of offering a variety of differe