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Sempre più aziende di turismo si lanciano nel turismo collaborativo/collettivo, che da alcuni anni sta riscuotendo enorme successo. Il segmento turismo sta vedendo nascere sempre più start up che si basano sul modello condivisione. Questo accade non solo per gli alloggi ma anche per la ristorazione, i trasporti e altre attività relative a questo segmento. Una miriade di ottime idee, alcune delle quali stanno riscuotendo grande successo. In Italia questo segmento non è purtroppo molto noto, ma fa parte a pieno titolo del mondo del turismo e probabilmente ne diventerà uno degli attori principali. Spiace vedere come tra tutte le aziende citate solo Gnammo risulta essere nata in Italia.
Travel markets in Europe continue to surge as economies across the region exhibit slow but sustained growth. Across markets, consumers are moving to digital channels for booking their travel and mobile is leading the charge. A new Phocuswright report, European Online Travel Overview Eleventh Edition, explores six key European travel markets, and contains detailed information on all segments in the region.
A former Cleartip executive has ventured into the short-term budget accommodation category with Comfy Stays Pvt Ltd, an online startup that aggregates entry-level hotels, guest houses and service apartments. Comfy Stays founder Rakesh Rana, who till recently served as vice president of business development (hotels) at Cleartrip, says that his company would aggregate hotel rooms for under Rs 1,000 per day.
Taking one additional step towards the well-being of travellers, RailYatri – a premium portal for Indian Railways train travellers – has recently launched a unique medical emergency feature in its app. Through it, travellers will have the option to check for vital information regarding medical facilities in the vicinity of their location. (Image Credit: RailYatri)... Read more »
Globally the phenomenon of travel startups has been on the rise and via our platform, we have been making an ardent effort to recognise the problem solvers across the travel & tourism industry. According to a research by Phocuswright, about 1000 travel startups were launched between the period of 2005 and 2014, attracting about $12.2 billion... Read more »
With Valentine’s Day knocking on the door, many of you might be planning to do something extra-special for your loved ones. Fortunately, formulating ideas are much easier now. Thanks to technology that has accelerated the development of ultimate gadgets, devices and applications to make your life way simpler! To help you out in the best... Read more »
The cab hailing marketing is growing faster than ever and the players in this space are doing anything that is required to keep the rivals at bay. While Uber is the biggest out there, it faces stiff competition from Ola cabs in India and Didi Kuaidi in China. But there are many other markets where... Read more »
Ministers are “looking at enforcement” of regulations on peer-to-peer businesses such as Airbnb, according to the government’s head of tourism.
Lise-Anne Boissiere, head of tourism and heritage at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, told a Policy-UK conference last week: “I know the industry is divided on the benefits Airbnb brings.”
More than 20 years of passport-free travel within the European Union (EU) appears to be coming to an end. The Associated Press reports the EU is close to invoking an emergency rule to continue some border controls for two more years because of the ongoing influx of Middle East migrants.
From strangers to soul mates, Airbnb is all about bringing people together. This article lists Australia and New Zealand's top five destinations for couples this Valentine's Day:
Travel Appeal: «Il Ministero ci ha dato 38mila euro per monitorare i musei» «Ho conosciuto il ministro Franceschini a un evento organizzato da Unicredit. Mi ha richiamato la segretaria con il contratto in mano. Pochi soldi, ma è la prima volta che in Italia parte un progetto simile» racconta Mirko Lalli, founder della startup che utilizza i big data per il mondo del turismo. Ora applicati anche ai musei nazionali