Articles tagged “digital nomads”

Tourism

A Third of Americans Plans to Cut Back on Travel Spending This Year: New Skift Research U.S. Travel Tracker

An increasing number of Americans have started to feel the pinch of increasing travel prices. Thirty-four percent of Americans, 10 percentage points higher than last October, plan to decrease their spending on travel in the next 12 months.

A Third of Americans Plans to Cut Back on Travel Spending This Year: New Skift Research U.S. Travel Tracker

Business Travel

The Problem With Keeping Your ‘Hush Trips’ From Employers

Remote workers are taking more trips with their laptops, but preferring not to reveal where they've headed to their bosses. It sounds like fun, but in the long term it may not be that great for them, or their employers.

The Problem With Keeping Your ‘Hush Trips’ From Employers

Business Travel

Hybrid Hospitality Meets Crowdfunding

For any travel company that leans on a membership model, offering a tiny slice of equity is a cost-effective way to grow an army of loyal guests — but only if the brand is strong enough. If institutional investors continue to shy away, crowdfunding could take off in 2023.

Hybrid Hospitality Meets Crowdfunding

Business Travel

Generator and Freehand Hotels CEO Sees Overreach for Remote Workers

There’s always a rush to jump on trends, blended travel included, but in some cases it’s worth stepping back once in a while.

Generator and Freehand Hotels CEO Sees Overreach for Remote Workers

Media and PR

Lufthansa Puts Diversity Up Front in World Cup Advertising Campaign

Lufthansa’s primary message, “Diversity Wins,” communicated in such a light-hearted and celebratory tone, quietly asserts the brand’s value of acceptance, and its disagreement with some of Qatar's discriminatory stances.

Lufthansa Puts Diversity Up Front in World Cup Advertising Campaign

Short-Term Rentals

Southern Europe’s Short-Term Rentals Boosted by Economic Crisis in North

The region is already seeing soaring demand for long-term winter stays because of rising energy costs in the north. The impact on traditional vacation pricing could be huge.

Southern Europe’s Short-Term Rentals Boosted by Economic Crisis in North

Business Travel

TUI Takes Its Own Remote Working Further With Free Hotel Stays

Being a mega-tour operator must play some part in the success of its Workwide program, where employees have surpassed 10,000 days working abroad. But plenty of other non-tourism companies can learn from TUI when it comes to offering blended travel as a perk. It's not rocket science.

TUI Takes Its Own Remote Working Further With Free Hotel Stays

News Blog

Airbnb to Help Mexico City Lure Digital Nomads With Marketing Site

Mexico City's mayor has signed a deal with Airbnb to help encourage more digital nomads — people working online remotely — to work in the capital city with the help of a new informational website. Airbnb said on Wednesday it had created a site to "showcase unique cultural and creative destinations and experiences" in Mexico's…

Tourism

Americans Not Deterred by Higher Travel Prices: New Skift Research U.S. Travel Tracker

High season ... what high season? In September, 57 percent of Americans traveled, 10 percentage points higher than last September. The normal fall slump after the summer months did not occur, highlighting how the vacation season is being stretched as demand — and prices — remain high.

Americans Not Deterred by Higher Travel Prices: New Skift Research U.S. Travel Tracker

Business Travel

Selina’s 3 Biggest Challenges as It Prepares to Go Public

Can a hotel brand retain a uniqueness across its properties when expanding? Selina thinks so, and has been trying to convince potential investors it’s (almost) got the magic formula for a mass market cool factor. Still, it admits it’s stepping into the unknown with these hurdles to face.

Selina’s 3 Biggest Challenges as It Prepares to Go Public