7 Steps You Can Take (an Advanced Digital Marketing session) With more time on your hands (unfortunately), focusing on these 7 actionable items will put your business in a better…
Once the COVID-lockdown is eased, it will still be some time before travel is truly unrestricted. That means demand for local, nearby tours and experiences will return first. Operators need…
The Google Marketing Ecosystem (and what you can do now for free)? Think of Google like a supermarket shelf. It’s the way tour, activity and attraction operators get discovered -…
Workshop: Programmatic Advertising for Tours, Activities & Attractions Wednesday, 1 April 2020, 11am EST & 17:00 CET Catlyn Origitano, Senior Manager, Destinations & SMB Attractions, GTM, Sojern In this workshop,…
This operator roundtable delves into challenges and best practices around working with OTAs, managing distribution channels and building a direct and diversified sales strategy.
Chief Commercial Officer
Director, National Accounts & Travel Industry Sales at Hornblower Cruises & Events
Founder & Owner
Marketing & Development Director at Pacific Whale Foundation
Owner & Operator at Miami Tour Company
We all know lots of reviews and great photos are essential, but the next generation of travelers want something more. Drawing on parallels from online retailing, one of the world’s…
Amid the rapid growth of tours and activities, where are global brands? Why hasn’t this taken hold? More and more companies are building multi-destination tour brands, seeking to extend their…
Every creator and seller of tours, activities, and attractions today must also be a content marketer. But what content will pop with your customers? Culture Trip has used the power…
Our industry is mostly focused on the leisure traveler, but have you thought about selling into businesses? More companies are offering experiences as employee benefits and incentives. This keynote walks…
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