When the world was hit with a global pandemic, digital transformation itself was transformed. “We’ve seen two years’ worth of digital transformation in two months.” Learn how it effected the travel industry.
Are you struggling to rehire in 2021? Swamped with rebookings? Cannot find time to be creative and stand out from your competition? Keep calm and adopt new technology!
We’ve decided to turn things around, and as a digital-first product company, sum up what can happen to a travel business if they choose not to digitalize.
While some industries such as gaming and streaming services have emerged as absolute winners, the travel industry is one of the biggest losers of the pandemic crisis. But not all travel business types have been hit the same. Learn which sectors are winners and which losers in this blog.
Being tired of staying at home or barely being able to travel domestically, travelers are now looking for reality escapes different from what they used to be. Here’re a few of the new travel trends which have been recognized by the leading travel agencies recently.
The luxury segment is a synonym for travelers with higher purchasing power and individual and personal experiences, supporting socially distant behavior even before the pandemic. The first data shows it will be the one that’ll bounce back the fastest!
If you too are aware that your travel business needs to be more present in the digital space, especially now in post-covid era, but you have no idea where to even start, read this blog post.
It’s no secret that tour operators have had to do many layoffs in the past year to survive the crisis. Many laid-off workers have found new jobs outside the travel industry, which is resulting in a new challenge: companies in the tourism sector now struggle to find staff.
Despite many challenges the world is still facing, the data we collected shows the beginning of global tourism recovery! Only four months ago, the future was uncertain – there were still no vaccines approved. Today, the future finally looks much brighter.