Certain aspects of CSR such as 'green' forms of business travel, are beginning to suffer in the recession, as organisations prioritize cost-saving over supporting sustainable travel.
37.18% of all visits to the online 'Travel' industry went to the top 10 websites for the month of January, 2009. 46.24% went to the top 20 websites and 67.63% went to the top 100 websites.
Policies Support Prudent Use of Taxpayer Dollars, While Preserving Downstream Creation of Jobs, Economic Growth
A new report from the Economist Intelligence Unit, commissioned by Amadeus, examines executive travel trends and impact on hotels
Social Media Strategies for Travel Special – It is imperative for travel companies to assess how frequently they need to update official web content so that when consumers re-check the suppliers' sites they get authentic information.
The U.S. Department of Commerce announced that 47 million international visitors traveled to the United States during the first eleven months of 2008, an increase of almost six percent over the same period in 2007. In November 2008, total visitation was 3.6 million, down nine percent when compared to November 2007.
New AAA blog offers insider information on popular and little-known destinations, travel challenges and what it's like to travel for a living.
Finding affordable airfare in 2009 could be a real challenge. Many carriers are moving toward a-la-carte pricing structures, asking travelers to pay for drinks, food, seat selection, extra bags and more.
The appointment of Mr. Henderson aligns with TBiz' focus in 2009 on structuring a supplier program that helps the company better define the value its clients bring to suppliers, as well as leveraging that value to aid clients in securing better negotiated rates and services.
Electronic customer relationship management (e-CRM), in the context of Internet distribution and marketing in the travel vertical, is a business strategy supported by web technologies.