PhocusWire · 8 Nov
Gross bookings increased 4% year-over-year to $25.3 billion, while net income soared 10% to $2 billion.
Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) · 24 Oct
Thomas Cook: An Industry Perspective On September 23rd, 2019, Thomas Cook - one of the world's oldest travel companies - declared bankruptcy. The 178
Les Roches Webzine · 18 Oct
The failure of Thomas Cook brought down the curtain on 178 years of travel and tourism history.
skift.com - Travel Services · 15 Oct
Inquiries like these are often pretty brutal on company executives. Former CEO Peter Fankhauser shoulders a lot of responsibility for what went down
PhocusWire · 15 Oct
Online fraud attacks on airlines are increasing with loyalty schemes often the target, according to a report from Forter.
harvardbusiness.org · 14 Oct
The questions that boards, managers, and shareholders should be asking.
skift.com - Travel Services · 8 Oct
Locally curated retail provides hotel brands with an opportunity to continuously evolve and stay current within a neighborhood, all while deepening t
A guest with a guide dog enters your hotel. How do your employees respond? If they’re like the hospitality employees that hotel consultant Peter Slat
Sertifi Blog · 30 Sep
Learn how your hotel can improve front desk productivity and create a smoother guest experience.
PhocusWire · 27 Sep
Thomas Cook's demise will eventually be seen as one of the biggest illustrations in the history of the industry that a strategy that doesn't recogniz
skift.com - Destinations · 27 Sep
Thomas Cook Group may have caved in, but in China and India, the companies that bear the name are profitable. Why?
PhocusWire · 26 Sep
Unlike the leading OTAs or the low-cost airlines whose business models necessitated digital capability to reduce cost,Thomas Cook was unable to find
Web In Travel (WIT) · 23 Sep
Thomas Cook, one of the most well-known brands in the history of the travel industry, has collapsed after a financial rescue failed to materialise.
4hoteliers.com · 23 Sep
The UK's Civil Aviation Authority announced last night that the world's oldest holiday company Thomas Cook had gone into administration and that all
skift.com - Hotels · 9 Sep
This case will be watched closely by global chains and hotel owners as it addresses the contentious issue of whether brands consolidation affects the
Lodging Magazine · 5 Sep
Paul Titcher, who is a partner at the California real-estate focused law firm Cox, Castle & Nicholson LLP, focuses his practice on the hospitality, r
Builtvisible Blog · 29 Aug
If you've downloaded our complete guide to outreach or followed our blog series on getting started with outreach, building your outreach list and how
PhocusWire · 27 Aug
Anyplace is a B2C marketplace where travelers can book fully furnished accommodations on a monthly basis.
eHotelier.com · 26 Aug
When you are reviewing a hotel budget you want to ask the right questions--the ones that will yield the biggest treasure.
Marriott on the Move · 16 Aug
In our quest to be the world’s favorite travel company, Marriott International has dabbled in a variety of businesses over the years, from airline ca
harvardbusiness.org · 12 Aug
Research finds optimism and pessimism play an important role.
Hospitality Technology Magazine · 12 Aug
Restaurants can use these tips to help deter theft and fraud at the POS.
Travel Tripper Blog · 9 Aug
Is your hotel prepared for the California Consumer Privacy Act? was first published on the Travel Tripper website - helping hotels win more direct bo
Business Travel News (BTN) · 6 Aug
Travel Leaders Corporate now resells the automated version of Yapta's RoomIQ and FareIQ reshopping services, branding the offering as Price Optimizer
skift.com - Hotels · 6 Aug
This is yet another example of a large hotel chain filling in the white space in its portfolio. Bonvoy members will soon have a solid selection of al
PhocusWire · 1 Aug
There is a growing threat to the future of tours and activities: the loss of independence in reservation systems, thanks to acquisitions by TripAdvis