Articles tagged “tui”

Online Travel

Priceline Adds Experiences From TUI Musement

Experiences aren't a financial game-changer for most online travel companies, but they are a must-have regardless.

Priceline Adds Experiences From TUI Musement

Online Travel

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky Says Competitors Have the Travel Marketing Funnel All Wrong

The so-called travel marketing funnel for Booking Holdings and Expedia has indeed been a sieve. Domestic trips and remote work have propelled accommodations to a higher position in trip plans.

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky Says Competitors Have the Travel Marketing Funnel All Wrong

News Blog

FareHarbor Acting CEO Ted Clements to Step Down

Ted Clements, FareHarbor's acting CEO who served as chief operating officer for the last three years, will step down from these positions in September, Skift has learned. A small group tour of the Vatican. Source: Viator Staff was informed of the move Tuesday, and no replacement has been named. Clements plans to stay in Amsterdam,…

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Reposite Raises $7.5 Million to Simplify Group Travel Bookings

Reposite, a maker of software for travel agents and advisors, has raised $7.5 million. The company wants to establish itself as “the definitive group travel tool that fuels discovery and simplifies coordination for travel planners.” The New York-headquartered startup was founded to address the needs of the group travel market, and in particular it wants…

Tourism

TUI Puts Focus on Selling Other Brands to Hedge Against Future Downturns

The tour operator sees a bright future in selling more holidays that travelers can build on their own versus pre-packaged trips — and that includes offering them more brands.

TUI Puts Focus on Selling Other Brands to Hedge Against Future Downturns

Tour Operators

TUI CEO Friedrich Joussen Is Stepping Down

Growing numbers of travel businesses are making leadership changes to ready themselves for the next chapter. In TUI's case, the CEO believes change at the top is needed after mastering the "existential crisis."

TUI CEO Friedrich Joussen Is Stepping Down

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

Tour Operators

TUI’s Hiring Spree for Tech Talent Aims to Boost Travel Group’s Efficiency

Europe's largest tour operator is hiring for tech jobs at a torrid pace. This vertically integrated company is also spreading its wings horizontally by expanding its business-to-business services, such as airport and cruise transfers.

TUI’s Hiring Spree for Tech Talent Aims to Boost Travel Group’s Efficiency

Tour Operators

TUI Projects Vacation Bookings to Approach Pre-Covid Levels

Despite many countries easing travel curbs in recent months, companies like TUI may not get as close to pre-Covid metrics as they expected this year. Surging oil prices in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine will make travel more expensive, complicating any path to a stronger rebound for industry giants.

TUI Projects Vacation Bookings to Approach Pre-Covid Levels

Tour Operators

TUI’s Russian Oligarch Turmoil and More Top Travel Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, TUI Group's largest shareholder is a prominent supporter of Vladimir Putin, Expedia stops offering travel to and from Russia, and hotels and hostels set aside beds for Ukrainian refugees.

TUI’s Russian Oligarch Turmoil and More Top Travel Stories This Week