After news broke of a major data breach at the world's largest hotel chain, John Shier, senior security advisor at cybersecurity firm Sophos has...
Premanjali Gupta, head of marketing for Asia-Pacific at Blis, a mobile location technology company, shares how to use real-world intelligence to best engage and persuade travellers on their purchase journey.
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
While technology will enable travel agents to keep the competitive edge, it's ultimately the human touch that makes the difference in a high-tech world, says Thuan Dao, CEO of Bedlinker.
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.
Criteo's executive managing director, Asia-Pacific Yvonne Chang takes a look at how travel brands can tap and grow the millennial market “We travel, some of...
When it comes to travel marketing, it is not always about the numbers, Russell Young, managing director, Asia Pacific, Sojern, says.
Marcus Heng, chief human resources officer of Mandai Park Holdings, the holding company of Wildlife Reserves Singapore, shares with TTG Asia the organisation’s journey to building a strong service culture at its four zoological attractions
Sundar Narasimhan, senior vice president of Sabre's labs and product strategy, breaks down technology transformations that will affect travel agencies' traditional way of doing business.
With the average person expected to communicate more with chatbots than with their own spouses by 2022, airlines can start using bots to remove friction in customer conversation, without completely cutting out the travel agent, according to Mike Tansey, managing director & travel and hospitality lead, Asia-Pacific, Africa Middle East & Turkey, Accenture