Articles tagged “trivago”

News Blog

Expedia Group Names Julie Whalen as Chief Financial Officer, First Woman There in This Leading Role

Expedia Group appointed board member Julie Whalen as the company's new chief financial officer, replacing Eric Hart, effective September 26. Whalen, the first female leader at this level at the company, will lead Expedia Group's global finance organization, and will have a high-profile position, helping to explain the company's performance during earnings call and conferences.…

Media and PR

Travel Brands Bet on Global Football Sponsorships

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at the travel brands sponsoring European football, Marriott’s TED partnership, and Southwest’s business traveler push.

Travel Brands Bet on Global Football Sponsorships

Online Travel

Airbnb Boosts Marketing Advantage Over Rivals in 2nd Quarter

Booking Holdings and Expedia are changing their marketing strategies, a healthy development. Meanwhile, Airbnb widened its marketing edge.

Airbnb Boosts Marketing Advantage Over Rivals in 2nd Quarter

Airlines

JetBlue-Spirit’s Next Battle and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, JetBlue prepares for a fight in its bid to acquire Spirit, Graduate Hotels targets college football fans, and destinations see significant benefits in attracting digital nomads.

JetBlue-Spirit’s Next Battle and Other Top Stories This Week

Online Travel

Trivago Considers Adding Free Links Like Google Did

You can expect to see wider adoption of the free links in metasearch that Google started in 2021. More hotels means more site visitors, and eventually revenue.

Trivago Considers Adding Free Links Like Google Did

Online Travel

Online Travel Faces Key Questions Heading Into Earnings

They will be telling signals about where travel demand will be heading for the rest of 2022. That's why we will be closely following Alphabet and Meta's earnings calls this week.

Online Travel Faces Key Questions Heading Into Earnings

Online Travel

Expedia Goes Heavy With TV Ads for Loyalty Program

Expedia is doing some smart things. Focusing on luring repeat customers and thereby limiting payouts to Google can't hurt.

Expedia Goes Heavy With TV Ads for Loyalty Program

Tour Operators

TUI Musement’s New CEO Tries to Use the Operator Legacy to Advantage in Tours and Activities

TUI Musement is an up-an-comer in the tours and activities space because of the parent company's huge base, and it knows how to run a tour. Now it has to execute on the digital challenge.

TUI Musement’s New CEO Tries to Use the Operator Legacy to Advantage in Tours and Activities

Online Travel

Google and Trivago Are Still Selling Ads for Russia Hotels

Google Travel turned off Russia advertisers, but is still getting a limited amount of advertising for Russia travel from ad partners outside Russia. In contrast, Skyscanner and Kayak don't display any information about Russia travel.

Google and Trivago Are Still Selling Ads for Russia Hotels

Online Travel

Daily Podcast: Trivago’s Edge Over Google

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, February 10, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Trivago’s Edge Over Google