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Foreign GDS gear up for the much awaited opportunity in China

In the airline distribution segment in China, a lot of progress has been made with the support of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) and IATA.

Think you have what it takes to be the perfect boss, read on

STARTUPS: Most of us will have had a string of bosses throughout our career with the exception of those who went straight to running the company.

Amadeus integrates UnionPay, Multicom virtual payment for Sunvil, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel SYSTEMS in tourism and hospitality for August 2014.

HRS study: Why hotel distribution costs matter to corporates

Corporate travel managers should be taking a closer look at the systems powering their travel programmes.

GetMyBoat offers rental insurance, new iOS travel journal app and more

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel STARTUPS  in tourism and hospitality for August 2014.

Rocket forth: Hyperlapse tops branded marketing on Instagram

Not one to be left out of a trend, Instagram has followed the recent spate of single-use apps with its own standalone time-lapse video app called Hyperlapse.

Five major European traveller tech trends – think devices

Consumer technology is unleashing massive opportunity for the European travel industry. Mobile devices are remaking the digital rules of traveler engagement, opening up new ways for travel businesses to stimulate demand and drive bookings.

Tapping into mobile travel trends [INFOGRAPHIC]

Somo, a mobile marketing specialist, has pulled together some of the latest mobile travel trends to give a snapshot of how mobile consumers are versus the travel industry.

HTTPS might give your site a boost but may not be all it’s cracked up to be

MARKETING: Website owners are being encouraged to make the switch to HTTPS with Google announcing a ‘slight’ ranking boost. However, it seems that some businesses have seen a drop in AdSense revenue and CPCs of more than a third indicating that not all web components are ready for HTTPS yet. Read more on Marketing Land Earlier this month, Google announced that HTTPS sites — those with SSL certificates aimed at protecting users against data interception — would receive a slight ranking signal boost over non-encrypted HTTP sites.

Excursiopedia provides tours to Festicket, VisitScotland develops newsroom, and more…

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel MARKETING in tourism and hospitality for August 2014.

Hertz gives itself a technology upgrade

Hertz Rent-a-Car, the largest airport general use car rental brand globally, continues to test and adapt technology that would allow it greater flexibility in how it rents its vehicles and sells ancillary services during a trip.

Sabre confirms Lastminute review, says OTA perfectly positioned for growth

Sabre says it is exploring ‘strategic options’ for following more than a week of speculation that the UK-based business was up for sale.

Big Data today, a leap up from the little black book of yesterday

My grandfather used to have a little notebook. Maybe it was black, I didn’t ask. In it, he used to keep notes.

Airbnb extends reach further via tie up with Ostrovok

Marking its first distribution deal outside the US, Airbnb is making its inventory available through Russia-based online accommodation service Ostrovok.

Startup pitch: WeSwap aims to disrupt the currency exchange market with P2P platform

WeSwap is the latest company to jump on the peer-to-peer bandwagon with its bid to solve currency exchange problems.

GoEuro closes $27M to fund its multi-modal travel platform

Ah, to be young and working in Berlin in late summer. Even better, to be young working for a two-year-old travel technology start-up in the hip Prenzlauer Berg district at precisely the time when the company receives a 20 million euro investment.

Fare fight, redux: American and US Airways pull flights off Orbitz

American Airlines and US Airways are pulling flight listings from Orbitz after the carriers and the online travel agency failed to agree to a fresh contract.

Skyscanner now scans the ground for hotels with standalone app

Skyscanner – known primarily for its air search prowess – is now offering insight on the ground with standalone app for hotel search.

Move over SoLoMo! It’s the year of the mocal traveler

Many pixels have been spilled over the rise of SoLoMo – social/location/mobile – so it’s about time for a shift in jargon.

Questions for travel marketers to ask before choosing an SEO partner

Search engine optimization (SEO) is one of the most effective digital marketing tools available to hotels and other tourism related businesses looking to increase web traffic and sales.