Articles tagged “pandemic”

EventMB

9 Key Stats That Define the Event Industry Right Now

9 Key Stats That Define the Event Industry Right Now

EventMB

Sham Conferences: Has the Pandemic Made Them Worse?

Sham Conferences: Has the Pandemic Made Them Worse?

Tourism

Israel to Reopen for Small Foreign Tour Groups

We applaud that Israel, ahead of most countries in vaccinating its people, will let in some tour groups from abroad. Every step forward counts.

Israel to Reopen for Small Foreign Tour Groups

Online Travel

New Research: How Travelers Are Making Decisions for the Second Half of 2021

As confidence returns to the leisure travel sector, Expedia Group’s Traveler Value Index report spells out the latest in traveler trends, behaviors, and desires.

New Research: How Travelers Are Making Decisions for the Second Half of 2021
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Online Travel

3 Ways Local and Domestic Trends Will Shape the Future of Travel

Covid-19 has redefined how many consumers think about travel, which has given rise to new opportunities for the industry. Amidst a flood of short-term local and domestic demand, travel brands will have to navigate long-term changes to how they operate.

3 Ways Local and Domestic Trends Will Shape the Future of Travel

Business Travel

India’s MakeMyTrip Sees Strong Recovery in Domestic Business Travel

Business travel is showing significant signs of life in India. That could bode well for corporations and road warriors in other geographies, too.

India’s MakeMyTrip Sees Strong Recovery in Domestic Business Travel

Online Travel

Booking Holdings to Repay $110 Million in Pandemic Aid After Dutch Criticism About Bonuses

Booking Holdings was obviously not going to rescind the executive bonuses, and needs decent relations with both the Dutch government and its employees in the Netherlands, where Booking.com is headquartered. The company did the right thing, albeit under pressure.

Booking Holdings to Repay $110 Million in Pandemic Aid After Dutch Criticism About Bonuses

Coronavirus

Travel’s Rebound Is Becoming Even More Unequal: New Skift Recovery Index

The travel recovery continues, but the strong performance of a few standout countries, including the U.S., Mexico, and China, disguises continuing weakness in especially Europe and Asia.

Travel’s Rebound Is Becoming Even More Unequal: New Skift Recovery Index

Tourism

European Union Reaches Deal on Health Passes for Travelers by June

After more than two months, negotiators in European countries have agreed on a system of health passes for many international travelers. If it gets running by June, it'll be just in time for a desperate travel sector.

European Union Reaches Deal on Health Passes for Travelers by June

EventMB

Eventbrite’s Self-Serve Ticket Model Powers It to Third Straight Quarter of Growth

Eventbrite’s Self-Serve Ticket Model Powers It to Third Straight Quarter of Growth

Coronavirus

U.S. Travel Rebound Getting Stronger: New Skift Recovery Index

A lot of positive vibes came from the travel industry during March. Many countries performed strongly in our Skift Recovery Index, with U.S. key indicators, in particular, up across the board.

U.S. Travel Rebound Getting Stronger: New Skift Recovery Index

Online Travel

Innovation Propelled the Travel Sector Forward Despite the Pandemic

The travel sector couldn't afford to lose money on efforts done merely to appear innovative for social media optics. So the companies and destinations rediscovered innovation's original spirit. They focused on lasting boosts to operational performance and traveler satisfaction.

Innovation Propelled the Travel Sector Forward Despite the Pandemic