The pandemic has driven many innovations for tours, activities and experiences. Bruce Rosard picks out his favorites
Despite the ups and downs, quite a bit happened in 2021. We’ve put together our most read articles from the year to show what was most important to you — the creators and sellers of tours, activities and attractions
Peek CEO Ruzwana Bashir says the company — which announced the largest raise ever for a restech provider — is “still at the start of its journey”
As travel returns, and as we return to conferences, what we all need from events has changed. Here’s how the Arival team is thinking about in-person events to help you revitalize and grow your business in 2022
“Are tours and activities still sexy?” Phocuswright asked. How else could the panelists answer but yes?
Getting to grips with both off- and online distribution is one of the most important things an operator can do
At the Travel Innovation Summit Seville, travel’s recovery is patchy but well underway
PPC advertising can be expensive for multi-day operators, but with the right optimization it could work out cheaper than a commission
Google quietly rolled out a trial run of its new Things To Do display for attraction business listings. We took a close look at a number of listings, and this soft launch is a bit rough around the edges. It shows just how hard it can be — and how much there is to do — even for a tech giant like Google in our sprawling, complex industry. Here’s why, and what you need to know

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