Opportunity for regional hoteliers as Aussies warm up to cool winter escapes: Expedia
This story contains some potentially valuable insights for regional hoteliers. It also comes with a cheesy photo of a multi-generation family on a winter escape.
What Aussie travel professionals learnt at the Rendez-vous in New Caledonia
by Christian Fleetwood
In between endless serves of sashimi, bougna and madeleine cakes, Travel Weekly managed to grill a bunch of travel professionals on what they thought of New Cal Tourism’s rendez-vous.
Expedia to no longer be a controlled company following new acquisition
Online travel behemoth Expedia has broken the shackles and surfaced from its parent’s basement looking rather healthy, rather than malnourished and disheveled.
OPINION: Technology will bring back customer loyalty
by Alejandro Moxey
We’re only just tech-savvy enough to open Outlook, so we got Expedia’s Alejandro Moxey to pen this informative piece for us.
Labor to give small hotels pricing power if elected
Travel Weekly staff enjoy heading to the polling booth if only for a scone at the cake stall or a snag sambo from the BBQ.
Hotel booking giants agree to change their ways following investigation
The naughty kids of the travel industry classroom (aka hotel booking sites) have agreed to sit up straight and behave following a talking-to from a competition watchdog.
Opinion: MVP is the way of the future for the tourism industry
by Drew Bowering, Senior Director of Market Management, Expedia Group
What the heck is the MVP model? We don’t know either. That’s why got Expedia’s senior director of market management Drew Bowering to pen this handy explainer.
“Time is cost to a consumer”: Expedia’s Drew Bowering at Maximum Occupancy
by Lauren Croft
Last week, we attended Maximum Occupancy to soak up some industry insights. Then we soaked up some free champagne at the networking drinks. Both get a big thumbs up from us.
Research: Airbnb is now worth more than any hotel company
New research just placed Airbnb at the top of the food chain, but experts warn the homesharing giant will need to watch its back.
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