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Asia/Singapore Tuesday, 28th June 2022

Fueling travel recovery and revenue with loyalty

When travel demand was at its lowest, loyalty programmes were there to provide much-needed revenue and engagement. Rob MacLean, CEO of Points, shares how loyalty programmes are paving the way through travel recovery

The metaverse and the future of travel

The metaverse is changing the travel landscape and Mike Tansey, managing director, growth markets travel industry lead, Accenture shares his thoughts on how to embrace it

Sun, sand, and seamless digital experiences – how apps have become...

More and more travellers are relying on devices, specifically apps, when planning their trips, as shared by Abhilash Purushothaman, regional vice president, general manager of Asia at AppDynamics

Reimagining the future of travel and hospitality

As travel makes a comeback, Prantik Mazumdar, managing director, CXM Group of dentsu Singapore shares six ways to help brands reimagine a stronger future for travel and hospitality

The fully automated travelling experience

Ravi Saraogi, co-founder and president of Uniphore APAC, discusses how travel providers can optimise technology to ensure maximum efficiency across all touchpoints, all to better serve travellers as international travel ramps up across the globe

Will 2022 be the year of travel?

After two years of border closures and international travel restrictions, people are excited to get away. So much so, they are willing to forgo entertainment, shopping and even self-care for six months or longer to travel, finds Jen Catto, chief marketing officer at Travelport

Four ways we can help women win in STEM

Despite the recent push for gender equality in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers, women are still the minority in these fields. Change does not happen overnight, writes Sharon Doyle, GVP global product management at Travelport, but there are tangible actions that can be taken to balance the scales

The new gold standard for hospitality lies in the hidden star

Hotels today need operational agility to keep up with shifting guest expectations and evolving technology, and that requires being intentional with their technology decisions, opines Priyanka Gargav, head of commercial, SEA & HK with payments platform Adyen

Luxury travel in the post-pandemic world

Mike Harlow, general manager of bespoke travel operator Scott Dunn, predicts luxury travel trends for 2022

Reviving the hospitality industry by plugging into connectivity

With travellers harbouring higher expectations on personalised services as travelling restarts, the adoption of new technologies will be vital for the revival of the hospitality sector, says Sanjiv Verma, vice president, Ruckus Networks, APAC, CommScope

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