How should you grow your tour or activity? Laura Blackhall, founder and owner of Hello! Tours, shares her tactic for international expansion.
No part of the travel industry is facing more challenges and change than tour operating. New technology, changes in what young travelers want from their trips, and the rise of online booking and online travel agencies (OTAs) are compelling tour companies to change what they offer and how they offer it.
2018 has been a wild year for the in-destination travel industry. We’ve seen mergers, new startups, and companies fold.
We hear it all the time: ‘supplier.’ It’s a long-standing travel industry vernacular for any owner of a travel product, be it an airline, a hotel, a tour bus or an attraction. It's time we retire that term. Here's why:
Making the hard choice and putting in the work is easier said than done. Every day we are faced with the prospect of cutting corners or taking the easy way out.
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.