The travel sector sees a high level of booking abandonment online. Jamie Pierre, COO at Ve Global, Asia-Pacific shows the way for travel agents to tackle this problem.
Mike Tansey, Accenture's managing director and travel & hospitality industry lead for Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East & Turkey, examines why greater collaboration of data between airports and airlines will provide passengers with a seamless and personalised experience.
Brent Thomas, director of public policy for Asia Pacific, Airbnb, urges governments to relook regulations on short-term rentals – a sector which he claims can help to hasten tourism recovery by attracting price-sensitive tourists in the post-Covid world.
Indonesia has the perfect landscape and resources to make it one of the most spectacular tourist destinations on earth. But getting to that point will require design-led thinking and a flexible approach to engineering planning, opines Varman Ramachandran, Aurecon’s country director for Indonesia and client director – energy, resources and manufacturing for Asia.
Ian Heywood, Travelport's global head of new distribution, takes a look at how the new NDC standard brings diverse concerns and opportunities across different regions worldwide, and why industry players should get on board to collectively benefit from changes in distribution.
Sherri Kimes, visiting professor, analytics and operations with NUS Business School, recalls a 2010 study on tactics for surviving an economic downturn and lists the lessons that hospitality players can learn.
As global aviation heads into a future fraught with uncertainty, Cyril Tetaz, executive vice president, airlines, Asia Pacific, Amadeus, shares why flexibility and agility will be key to Asia-Pacific’s airlines surviving the Covid crisis
Making guests feel special is what hotels do best, and hospitality providers should use technology to provide the high-touch connection. Take it from Roman Milisic – who made clothes for Gwen Stefani and Lady Gaga out of X-rays and zip ties – and today applies his creative and forward-looking vision in a world of boutique hotels as creative director of the mobile hotel curation, booking and experience platform, Porter & Sail
Low Kiang Wei, medical director of International SOS, shares five tips that business travellers should take note of when met with medical emergencies in unfamiliar environments.