Duty of care and managing risk are key components of any corporation’s travel management strategy. Corporate travel agencies dealing with multi-national companies have a key role to play in assisting these corporations with managing incidents that put their travelers at risk. Global Incident Monitoring is just the first step to ensuring the safety and well being of your business travel clients when managing disruption. You will need to quickly identify who is impacted, and act fast, figuring out what the next logical steps are for you to provide appropriate support.
This week leading international luxury travel network, Virtuoso, released findings from its first generational traveler study, revealing insights and preferences for affluent travelers of all ages. Virtuoso shared this information at its annual Symposium, being held this week in Hong Kong, before an audience of 485 top travel executives from 42 countries, all partners of the esteemed network.
Tapping into transactional data from its United States and Canadian-based agency members that spans more than six years and totals over (U.S.) $35 billion, Virtuoso analyzed spending habits and layered this information with input from focus groups, interviews with travel advisors, and studies from research partner Wealth Engine.
A l’occasion de la sortie du « MaddyTrends : Tourisme et Numérique », nous avons souhaité donner la parole aux acteurs qui transforment ce secteur. Porte drapeau de la nouvelle génération de « disrupteurs », Airbnb revient pour Maddyness sur les piliers de son succès et ses plans d’avenir. Rencontre avec Nicolas Ferrary, Directeur France d’Airbnb.
Qui a dit que les gens ne voyageaient plus ? Créé en 2008, Airbnb a su combler quelque 30 millions de voyageurs qui ont pu séjourner dans le million de logements disponibles sur sa plateforme. Une démarche mondiale, puisque le site communautaire revendique des logements dans plus de 34 000 villes et 190 pays.
Amadeus has commissioned Oxford Economics to undertake a study exploring the trends shaping the future of travel, and examining a range of factors including global trends in travel growth, travel in emerging and frontier markets, business travel and seamless travel. This report follows on from, and updates, Oxford Economics’ previous work on global travel trends for Amadeus, The Travel Gold Rush 2020, released in 2010. Global travel rebounded rapidly from the 2009 financial crisis and is forecast to grow robustly over the next decade. We expect global overnight visitor flows to grow at 5.4% per annum over the next decade, significantly faster than GDP growth of 3.4% and more in line with the expected expansion in global trade flows of 5.8%.
La révolution du Big data et des objets connectés crée d’immenses perspectives de création de valeur mais suscite également des interrogations nouvelles sur la protection des droits des individus. Pour renforcer la confiance entre les acteurs et soutenir le développement de modèles économiques innovants, les différentes parties prenantes doivent saisir les opportunités offertes et travailler en confiance.
Australia will be the home port for Royal Caribbean's newest billion-dollar mega-liner - Ovation of the Seas- when it arrives in December 2016, making it the biggest ever ship ever based here. The $US1 billion ($A1.3 billion) ship, currently under construction in Germany, will be the length of more than three football fields and tower at 50m tall. It will house over 18 decks and have a capacity to hold almost 5000 guests and 1500 crew members. The mega-liner will be the largest cruise ship to be based in Australia to date. Voyager of the Seas is the current title holder for the largest ship to be based in Australia. Ovation of the Seas will be based at Sydney's Overseas Passenger Terminal in Circular Quay for its maiden 2016/17 Australian summer season. Ovation of the Seas is said to 'completely redefine' the experience of cruising in Australia with features and technologies described as first-time offerings for ships worldwide.
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