OPINION: Travelport’s MD on how to convert OTA browsers into bookings
by Scott Barber
Do you work for an OTA and are tired of time-wasters? Travelport’s Scott Barber has penned this handy piece on how to turn pesky browsers into buyers.
Hotel wrap: Choice Asia-Pac’s new look, Accor Korea’s Sofitel in Seoul, Crown’s bad news + MORE!
Delightful, informative and neat around the edges – this is how to describe this week’s hotel wrap, and Travel Weekly’s reporter when he sucks in his love handles.
Travelport appoints new CEO, forms new long-term partnership with Webjet
Travelport’s new boss seems to keep quite a neat and tidy appearance, much unlike Travel Weekly’s editor, who has a bit of a vagabond look about him today.
Travelport to introduce ‘X’ booking code for non-binary gender travellers
In a vote for diversity, dignity and respect, Travelport is introducing a new booking code for non-binary gender airline passengers. Bravo!
STUDY: Australia to have the least amount of travelling fans at Cricket World Cup
New research suggests Aussie cricket fans can’t be arsed heading to the UK for the World Cup this year, instead opting for the couch and some TV commentary from the likes of Gilly and Binga.
Travelport’s Scott Barber on how the next wave of tech will shape our industry
by Scott Barber
We’re still dealing with the last wave of technology, so we got Travelport’s MD to pen this handy opinion piece while we figure out how to use Uber Eats.
Research: Aussie travellers are embracing voice search and biometrics
A new research report from Travelport has shown Aussie travellers are all over new technology like a rash, though they’re probably not as itchy.
Travel Counsellors farewell Fred, nab industry expert as new MD
Fred van Eijk says “seeya later” to Travel Counsellors Australia, amid reports we’ll bring a spongecake if invited to any farewell parties.
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