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NEWS: Dianomis and eRoam Announce Strategic Partnership8 July 2021 in News /by Tim Russell
eRoam and Dianomis have partnered to boost distribution of the eRoam platform in the Middle East & Africa Regions, providing access to millions of global travel products in over 100,000 destinations. eRoam & Dianomis have announced their partnership to introduce eRoam’s global product marketplace to the Middle East & Africa. This platform brings together millions […]
Travel Agent Headaches? eRoam to the Rescue!25 May 2021 in Travel Agents /by Tim Russell
First, the good news. According to US travel group Travel Experts as quoted in Travel Weekly, some of their members have seen a tenfold increase in bookings in the last two months, suggesting that traveller confidence is returning as destinations continue to open. The bad news? Agents are still experiencing the same old problems. Travel […]
The State of Travel Booking in 2021 Pt 2: Our Tips6 May 2021 in Tour Operators & DMCs, Travel Agents /by Tim Russell
A couple of days ago we looked at Skyscanner’s Horizons report into the state of travel booking in 2021, and extracted our key takeaways. In Part 2 of this blog, we present our tips for making sure your travel business is capitalising on this year’s booking trends, as our industry begins to reawaken from […]
Skyscanner Survey Reveals State of Travel Booking in 2021 – Pt14 May 2021 in Opinion, Tour Operators & DMCs, Travel Agents /by Tim Russell
Travel metasearch engine Skyscanner’s new report ‘Skyscanner Horizons – The Return of Travel‘ was published last week, and with the tourism industry starting to stir back into life following the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s a very timely insight into how travellers are booking their first trips in 2021. You can click the link above to download […]
VIDEO: eRoam for Travel Agents & Advisors5 April 2021 in Travel Agents /by Tim Russell
Hot off the editing suite, here’s our brand new eRoam explainer video to show travel agents and advisors just how quick and easy it is to use our huge global marketplace to build complex itineraries and quotes in over 100,000 worldwide destinations. Choose your destinations, dates, number of passengers and traveller preferences, confirm your choices, […]
Digital, Dynamic, Domestic: McKinsey Points Way to Asian Tourism Recovery24 March 2021 in Digital Transformation, Tour Operators & DMCs /by Tim Russell
Last week, research company McKinsey released a report called Reimagining Tourism: How Vietnam Can Accelerate Travel Recovery. The report is very interesting reading not just for those in Vietnam’s tourism industry, but throughout Southeast Asia where COVID-19 has largely been controlled and where the region’s tourism industry is waiting, increasingly impatiently, for the rest of […]
B2B Travel: Are You Providing a B2C-Level Customer Experience?18 February 2021 in Digital Transformation, Tour Operators & DMCs /by Tim Russell
E-commerce platform Magento released their State of B2B Ecommerce in ANZ, SE Asia and India report this week, and whilst the report is primarily focused on tech, manufacturing and retail companies, it also makes compelling reading for those of us in the travel industry.
How Vacation Deprivation Can Bring Jollification to Your Organisation9 February 2021 in Travel Agents /by Tim Russell
The concept of vacation deprivation syndrome (VDS) – ie not getting enough holidays or travel – has existed for many years now, and has been the subject of an annual Expedia survey for the last few years. It’s usually applied to people who work too much and don’t get enough annual leave, especially Americans, […]
I Choose You: 5 Tips to Make Online Travel Bookers Stick Around8 February 2021 in Travel Agents /by Tim Russell
Expedia’s 2015 survey into online travel booking habits gave us one of our industry’s best-known stats – that the average online travel booker visits 38 different sites before making a purchase. Google Travel describe it as “travel snacking” – dipping in and out of the internet to compare prices, find destination information, look at accommodation […]