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The online travel agency is establishing new, clear product standards, but also risks operator ire with a new fee at a time when the industry is struggling.
In just another sign of the COVID times, Japan online travel agency VELTRA is pulling back from its international expansion plans to reduce costs.
The online travel agency (OTA) is making changes, such as different product prices, commission rates, Reserve Now & Pay Later, and more. Some operators are getting frustrated.
The online travel agency is making shifts to how they scale Experiences supply. Finding the right approach for online tours and activities isn’t easy, even for the most successful digital travel brands.
In this candid interview, Ellen of Breakers Boat Trips Punta Cana shares her lessons on not just setting up a tour business, but being a tour operator in a foreign country.
Groupon is trying to ditch its rep as a deep discounter in favor of a mobile-focused reseller for tours and activities. To convince operators, they have their work cut out for them.
It's the biggest outbound travel market - and growing like crazy. Here's what you need to know to reach this audience, from one of Asia's leading sellers of Tours, Activities & Attractions: Eric Gnock Fah, co-founder & COO, Klook.
In March of this year, the innovative online media company Quartz proclaimed that somebody should let Airbnb know that travelers don’t like booking tours and activities online. There is just one problem. They are wrong. Here’s why.
Like it or not, online travel agencies (OTAs) such as TripAdvisor, Expedia, GetYourGuide and many others are becoming a bigger part of sales for Tours, Activities & Attractions. The acquisition of two tech companies in our sector last month brought this issue right into the spotlight.