Three weeks ago we launched our new weekly Skift Podcast, and three episodes in we know we have something good on hand based on all the great feedback so far.
For those who haven’t yet listened, we have collected them in this one post, below. This is a venue where we sit down with creatives, executives, and entrepreneurs from across the industry to discuss their insights and perspectives on the how and why of travelers’ habits, industry patterns, and the seismic changes happening to each.
Start your summer weekend by listening to these three:
Episode 1: The Appeal of Mass Tourism in the Age of Authentic Travel
Guests for the episode: Fred Dixon, the CEO of New York’s tourism marketing organization NYC & Company and Pegi Vail, an anthropologist at New York University and filmmaker who has explored the relationship between tourism and sustainability through her documentary Gringo Trails.
Episode 2: How Culinary Obsessions Are Changing the Way We Travel
Guests for this episode: Dan Amatuzzi, the general manager at Eataly, the high-end Italian food market/mall chain with the famous flagship store in the Flatiron district of NYC, and Lionel Ohayon, the founder of innovation agency Icrave.