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La société en mouvement « 2.0 » : quels enjeux, quelles opportunités, quel avenir ?
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How much are Google employees spending with Airbnb?

How much are Google employees spending with Airbnb? | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Depending on who you ask, "sharing economy" brands sites such as Airbnb will either be a huge threat or have no impact at all on corporate travel.
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Changes in the air: how much of Googles travel budget for employees has been spent with Airbnb last year ? $ 2 million.

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"Matthew Pancaldi, global client management director at TMC giant HRG, says all the right things required to ensure it is seen as progressive and understanding any change in behaviour. When asked about the biggest opportunity in corporate travel, he says: “To get closer to the end user and give them more tools that enable them to be more flexible, more freedom of choice – and do things within a [managed] framework.” 

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Email Your Luggage To Destination & 3D-Print Everything You Need For The Trip - DesignTAXI.com

Email Your Luggage To Destination & 3D-Print Everything You Need For The Trip - DesignTAXI.com | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Can you imagine a world in the future where physical objects can be sent via the internet like music and images? In fact, current 3D-printing...
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"Imagine design as just data" ? Intriguing project: send your luggage in an e-mail and find it 3-D printed upon arrival....

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Bringing travel planning back to the destination

Bringing travel planning back to the destination | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Verified review summaries are key to getting travel planning and booking back on DMO and hotel sites.
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Meta data et avis clients... l'auteur plaide pour que les sites d'hôtels, DMO et OTA les intègrent, mais dénudés des extrêmes et rendus plus rapidement lisibles par le public. Extrait.

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"The next wave in reviews is high-level review summaries that are verified, saving travelers time reading reviews and removing doubts about the truthfulness of the authors. Verified review summaries use meta-data to sort reviews across all the review sites that offer verified reviews, remove the extremes, and hone in on the true highs and lows of a property or destination. They can be presented in different ways—as ratings, as word clouds, or as a series of bullets points. The benefits to posting verified review summaries on DMO and hotel websites are greater than simply becoming more visible online. "

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