Operator Business Tips

Vacation rentals are surging in popularity during the pandemic, and with the right moves, some activity providers could benefit
Big Bus, the iconic “HOHO” or hop-on/hop-off operator, is moving to timed tickets and – in some locations – no HOHO when it resumes with safety guidelines at reduced capacity.
As tours, activities, and attractions slowly start to open in some countries around the world, others are still forced to remain closed and face uncertainty as to when they will be allowed to reopen.
In this article, we’ll explain some of the advantages of working with OTAs. We’ll also highlight the key players and how to manage all of your OTA partnerships easily.
I’ve always thought of travel as an exercise in a cultural location. Travel is the desire to discover your place in the world by contrasting it with a different culture.
The rapid growth and adoption of reservation systems have made tech accessible to even the smallest operators and brought much of our industry online. Indeed, res tech has been an essential service, a utility, for our industry.
Google’s quiet announcement to roll Reserve with Google into the travel group may signal the company’s longer-term objectives for tours and attractions.
GetYourGuide, the Berlin-based unicorn with a $600 million war chest is placing big bets to become a global experience brand, but first, they’re focusing on managing through the current crisis.
This much-needed move, we want every other online travel agency and distributor to follow suit.
How do you price, market and push your products amid a global downturn in travel demand? When should you discount? What messaging and promotions should you use? This workshop walks through best practices and key tips to keep your marketing and pricing on track.