Articles by Jason Clampet

11 Big Editorial Projects From Skift In 2016 You May Have Missed

Our storytelling ambitions at Skift are growing bigger, and this year we've leaned into these big editorial projects in a big way. The key animating function for us is understanding the big picture around travel that you otherwise won't read in other travel or mainstream media. Expect deeper reporting from us over the coming year as well.

19 hours ago

Video: Starwood’s Former CEO on Not Being Devoured by Disruption

Travel brands want to think they have a clear view of where competition is coming from, but it often takes distance to understand the true threats.

2 days ago

Join Skift at World Travel Market on Nov. 9 to Explore Disruptions in Hospitality

Skift will explore the disruptions in hospitality on the big stage at WTM London.

3 days ago

21c Founders Have a New Take on Agritourism in Kentucky

We love to see smart tourism moves like this: Using new ideas to create better things from good things.

3 days ago

Tourists See England as One Big Sale Sign Right Now

Until UK retailers adjust prices, the country will attract visitors happy to spend as much or more than in the past, yet walk away with so much more.

4 days ago

Airbnb Will Try to Sue Its Way Out of New York Law’s Restrictions

New York legislators wrote this law with Airbnb's legal response in mind. We think arguing on these grounds will prove difficult for the company.

5 days ago

An Argument for Priceline Buying Skyscanner Before Its IPO

If you believe that Priceline Group can only go through acquisitions, Skyscanner isn't a bad option. But that's not the only way it can grow.

5 days ago

Iceland’s Main Airport Finally Gets Its First Domestic Route

If Iceland wants to do a better job spreading its massive influx of visitors around the country, it's going to need to more than one domestic flight out of Keflavik.

6 days ago

Video: Points Guy and Airfarewatchdog Debate the State of Loyalty

When it comes to points Vs. price, the starting point is always who's the traveler and who's paying.

6 days ago

Airbnb Says Its Users Spend Billions on Local Restaurants

Airbnb does an excellent job getting people into neighborhoods that otherwise are closed to outsiders. Whether or not that adds up to $4.5 billion is up for debate, but it is a significant impact.

6 days ago

Video: Carnival Corp. CEO on Winning Over the Non-Cruisers

We were happy to begin this year's Forum with a conversation with Donald, and we're happy to argue (or agree) with him any time about the future of travel.

7 days ago

Chefs+Tech: Bad Food Tech and Yet Another Food Delivery Startup

Meal replacements need some disruption, and by "disruption" we mean we're looking forward to them going away. Let's save the disruption for the real problems in food.

7 days ago