Articles tagged “shopping”

Mall Operator Westfield Emulates Luxury Hotels for New Service Style

Mall Operator Westfield Emulates Luxury Hotels for New Service Style

Samantha Shankman, Skift

It is difficult to distill years of nuanced luxury training down into a single program, but Westfield's eagerness to look to luxury hospitality is a sign that it is headed in the right direction.

2 months ago

5 Charts Showing the Rise of Independent Chinese Travelers

5 Charts Showing the Rise of Independent Chinese Travelers

Dan Peltier, Skift

We're still many years away from seeing a tipping point when more Chinese travel independently than with tour groups. But this data should be a wake-up call to destinations and travel brands that a shift is already happening in some places and for some segments of the market.

2 months ago

Chinese Outbound Tourism Is Up But Shopping Sprees Are Down

Chinese Outbound Tourism Is Up But Shopping Sprees Are Down

Bloomberg

A new survey shows Chinese tourists are spending more on travel but shopping less while they are on vacation overseas. The travel industry should take note of the fact that shopping isn't the draw it once was and work to provide what visitors from China really want.

3 months ago

Luxury Brands Are Bullish on the Future of Airport Retail

Luxury Brands Are Bullish on the Future of Airport Retail

Samantha Shankman, Skift

Airport sales are not only growing faster than traditional retail outlets, but also providing multiple, multi-channel advertising opportunities well-positioned to reach luxury brands' target customers.

5 months ago

Men Are Spending More in the Luxury Sector Than Women, Research Shows

Men Are Spending More in the Luxury Sector Than Women, Research Shows

Samantha Shankman, Skift

Females are considered the primary purchasers in travel, but a more holistic view of the luxury sectors suggests that men are an equally, if not more, important target for marketers.

5 months ago

Singapore Tries to Compete for Chinese Tourists With Shopping-Themed Week

Singapore Tries to Compete for Chinese Tourists With Shopping-Themed Week

Livia Yap , Bloomberg

Tourism boards for numerous countries are wooing Chinese tourists. The challenge is how do countries differentiate themselves on a long-term basis.

1 year ago

Chinese Tourists See Brexit Vote and Pound Decline as One Big ‘Sale’ Sign

Chinese Tourists See Brexit Vote and Pound Decline as One Big ‘Sale’ Sign

Rachel Chang, Andrew Roberts and Sam Chambers, Bloomberg

While we don't have Burberry on our shopping list, we look forward to feeling less squeezed this summer when we visit London. It's a feeling that most visitors have practically forgotten.

1 year ago

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How Online Travel Can Find the Middle Ground Between Ads and Booking

How Online Travel Can Find the Middle Ground Between Ads and Booking

Intent Media + Skift

In the age of smarter segmentation and targeting, utilitarian and comparison shopping ads no longer have to impact conversions.

1 year ago

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Search Isn’t Just on Search Engines Anymore, and Google Knows It

Search Isn’t Just on Search Engines Anymore, and Google Knows It

Intent Media + Skift

Travel brands can learn two things from Google's recent moves: brands are the new king of search, and personalized site experiences include ads.

1 year ago

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Focusing Only on Conversions is a Big Mistake for Travel Sites

Focusing Only on Conversions is a Big Mistake for Travel Sites

Intent Media + Skift

Don't get caught on the defensive - lines between transactional and on-site media revenues are blurring.

1 year ago

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How Savvy Travel Brands Embrace Comparison Shopping

How Savvy Travel Brands Embrace Comparison Shopping

Intent Media + Skift

There’s $2 billion of opportunity for travel brands that give cross-shopping customers what they want - even when they’re not ready to buy.

1 year ago

Another Luxury Retail Brand Cites Tourism Spending as Reason for Slump

Another Luxury Retail Brand Cites Tourism Spending as Reason for Slump

Andrew Roberts, Bloomberg

Tourists aren't stupid. When money's tight, the trip counts more than the shopping for luxury goods they don't really need.

2 years ago