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Meet 5 new companies battling it out for innovation crown

There may be countless travel services and products vying for market share, but there is still plenty of room for innovation.

Slick mobile lessons from a small, design and boutique hotel

Understanding your customer inside out, taking lessons from others who have done it well, knowing how much you have to spend, and getting the right technology partner on board are all key to a good de

A terrific travel opportunity for customers on the go

Thriving in world of travel search requires some nifty footwork.

Favorite Online Travel Site Award goes to agoda.com

SINGAPORE – Agoda.com, Asia’s leading hotel booking site and part of Nasdaq-listed Priceline Group (Nasdaq: PCLN), has won the award for Favorite Online Travel Site at the TravelMole and EyeforTra

Finding ways for the travel industry to bounce back from crises

There have been a number of challenges from the external environment that the travel industry has had to keep an eye on over the past 18 months.

Working on mobile offerings as per your customers’ behavior

The usage of smartphones by leisure and business travelers is on the rise, and this growth makes the whole talk about mobile product strategy more fascinating.

Carving a niche as a global player in the travel meta-search...

At a time when web search giants are getting deeper into the travel meta-search category, Singapore-based Wego is set to expand its business globally with the launch of 34 new country sites in 20 diff

Targeting ancillary revenue growth in a feasible way

Travel businesses continue to gather customer preferences and have been looking to offer improved personalized features to their travelers.

Sticking to target group’s preferences while improving customer cross and up-sell

Travel companies are always advised to stick to their customers’ preferences and being disciplined in how they approach them when it comes to cross-selling and up-selling through the booking process

The future is mobile but it has to be integrated across...

Back in 2005, the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG - www.ichotelsgroup.com) was one of the first hotels to take a booking via a mobile phone.

How travel is getting to grips with new mobile technology and...

According to a recent Google whitepaper, the number of mobile users researching travel via their mobile devices is expected to grow 51 percent in 2012.

Most travel brands admit confusion over social, mobile and search strategies

A recent EyeforTravel survey of over 500 APAC travel brands, shows that despite 68 perecent of companies claiming to have deployed mobile and social media initiatives, more than half admit that they a

Why the travel industry needs to wake up to mobile

Sixty-one percent of online travel companies surveyed in a recent global EyeforTravel poll do not have a mobile-friendly website. Seventy-one percent do not have a mobile app.

Using analytics for business goals and getting closer to the customer

Predictive analytics is emerging as a critical tool for gaining control over the decisions made on a daily basis and overall for organizations to successfully meet their business goals.

Mobile travel lessons from EyeforTravel

Here is a brief round-up of lessons learned and ideas shared at the Eyefortravel Mobile in Travel conference at the Travel Distribution Summit North America 2010 held in Chicago.

Recovery momentum continues for Asia Pacific travel and tourism

Amid mounting optimism for a promising year ahead for the Asian travel industry, EyeforTravel’s 6th Travel Distribution Summit Asia in Singapore (April 28-29) will focus on the theme of economic rec

Assessing the impact of the deregulation of fare filing in Japan

The expansion of Haneda Airport (HND) for international services and the availability of additional slots at both Narita International Airport (NRT) and HND are considered to be vital developments for

EyeforTravel hosts Beijing 2008 Olympics special

The continuing fillip to consumer power, reduction in technology costs and easing of entry barriers are some of the global trends paving the way for new business models including ones in online travel