Articles tagged “trip.com”

Online Travel

Tripadvisor Isn’t as Dependent on Its 2 Biggest Advertisers Anymore

As Tripadvisor's decade-old bet on Viator is paying off, Tripadvisor has become less reliant on advertising from Expedia and Booking.com.

Tripadvisor Isn’t as Dependent on Its 2 Biggest Advertisers Anymore

Hotels

Dubai’s Luxury Hoteliers Aim for Global Expansion

Today's podcast looks at Dubai's luxury promise, China's pent-up travel demand, and weaker tourism spending in the U.S.

Dubai’s Luxury Hoteliers Aim for Global Expansion

Online Travel

Trip.com Signs Multiyear Deal with Amazon Web Services For AI Tools

This is one of the more significant announcements AWS made during a big news-making conference this week in Las Vegas.

Trip.com Signs Multiyear Deal with Amazon Web Services For AI Tools

News Blog

China Announces Visa-Free Entry for 6 Countries

In a strategic move to jumpstart its tourism sector, China has declared temporary exemption from visa requirements for citizens from France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Malaysia. Announcing this on Friday, the spokesperson of the Chinese foreign ministry, Mao Ning said the exemption period is set to last from December 1 to November 30,…

Online Travel

Chinese Travel Rebound Pushes Trip.com Group’s Revenue to Exceed 2019 Levels

Trip.com has reported a solid third quarter and sees no signs of a slowdown any time soon. But not keen to put all its eggs in one basket (China), the online travel company has also sets its sights on global expansion.

Chinese Travel Rebound Pushes Trip.com Group’s Revenue to Exceed 2019 Levels

Announcements

How Important Is Google Travel to Google?

From political challenges to internal reassessments, Google Travel is clearly going through a transition.

How Important Is Google Travel to Google?

Online Travel

Trip.com Releases Upgraded Trip Planning AI Chatbot

Trip.com beat its biggest competitors in the West with the release of a generative AI chatbot early this year, and the company beat them again with its first major chatbot upgrade.

Trip.com Releases Upgraded Trip Planning AI Chatbot

Online Travel

Indians Are Traveling but Want a Good Deal. Plus: Cricket Fever

There has been a fundamental change in the way Indians perceive and engage with travel. As India continues to be a significant source of outbound tourism, destinations worldwide must recognize this changing landscape and adapt their offerings accordingly.

Indians Are Traveling but Want a Good Deal. Plus: Cricket Fever

News Blog

Trip.com Group Offers Cash Bonuses to Employees Who Have Kids

Trip.com Group, the largest online travel company in the world, looks to address China's population decline and aging demographic by offering cash incentives to employees to have kids. Recognizing the need for a supportive working environment and the challenges posed by the population decline, the company has introduced a childcare subsidy program for its employees.…

Tourism

China’s Latest Holiday Points to Summer Strength in Outbound Travel

The Chinese are traveling, perhaps not as much as destinations would have liked them to, but the resurgence of Chinese travel brings optimism for travel businesses worldwide. It's a positive indication of recovery and a step towards normalcy in the tourism industry.

China’s Latest Holiday Points to Summer Strength in Outbound Travel