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Articles tagged “viewpoint”

Tourism

Destinations Meet Darwin: How These 23 U.S. Cities Are Adapting to Survive

Take a look at what these cities have pulled together with limited resources under the weight of this pandemic. It's a true testament to resiliency and creativity.

Destinations Meet Darwin: How These 23 U.S. Cities Are Adapting to Survive

Tourism

The Anguish of a Travel CEO in a World Shut Down

This letter is a mirror to the anguish of travel founders, executives, and operators everywhere in the world today, balancing survival and business purpose.

The Anguish of a Travel CEO in a World Shut Down

Business Travel

The Case for Why Airbnb’s Foray Into Experiences Is a Fundamental Mistake

It is highly risky for Airbnb to pivot to compete directly as an online travel agency, and it needs to seriously think about whether its sharing model truly extends to the activity, experience provider because in reality it doesn't.

The Case for Why Airbnb’s Foray Into Experiences Is a Fundamental Mistake

Coronavirus

Make Some Serious Noise: A Wake-Up Call to Action for Travel

"If humanity is at my door, have I done all that I can to welcome them as guests? Could I do more?"

Make Some Serious Noise: A Wake-Up Call to Action for Travel

Coronavirus

What Travel Companies Will Need to Know About Consumer Mindset Post-Crisis

A new world order for travel lies ahead. How quickly travelers adapt, and more importantly how quickly travel companies adapt to the changing behaviors, will be key.

What Travel Companies Will Need to Know About Consumer Mindset Post-Crisis

Short-Term Rentals

The Bull Case for Airbnb’s Future From Here On

Airbnb opened up the mainstream travelers to a whole new way to travel. That is an achievement no one can take away from them. Even in these bad times, it has a chance to build out its bigger promise here.

The Bull Case for Airbnb’s Future From Here On

Coronavirus

Pregnant Short-Term Rental CEO on Facing Work-Life Challenges During the Pandemic

Even in a time of uncertainty, new trends and opportunities are emerging, and startup founders are carrying on with the business of building companies, as well as families. Over the next 12 months, companies that can show strong unit economics, counter-cyclical resiliency and resourcefulness will rise to the top.

Pregnant Short-Term Rental CEO on Facing Work-Life Challenges During the Pandemic

Tourism

What You Can Learn From This Tourism Exec in Lockdown in Italy

Be in it. Don't be afraid to feel what's going on around you. And don't try to play the business-as-usual approach. Nothing about these days are that. Don't pretend to have all the answers.

What You Can Learn From This Tourism Exec in Lockdown in Italy

Hotels

Myopia, Spin and the End of the Hotel Industry’s Winning Streak

Just weeks ago, the trend was for hotel companies to give guidance that didn't include coronavirus fallout with the expectation that analysts would bless them. How in the world do you trust guidance that doesn’t include the biggest negative impact of the year?

Myopia, Spin and the End of the Hotel Industry’s Winning Streak