Stephen Joyce

Stephen Joyce

Stephen Joyce is a contributing Node to Tnooz and has been working as a travel and tourism technology consultant since 1995. Stephen is the CEO of, a cloud based software as a service reservation and booking platform for tour and activity providers.

Stephen is the Past Board Chair of the OpenTravel Alliance.

Stephen is a graduate of Capilano University, is a certified commercial pilot, and holds a certificate in IT Management.

museum queue The reality of distribution in tours and activities
museum queue 8 months ago

I write this article in the hope that someday soon the reality of distribution in the tours and activities space will change, …

tours and activities image 8 months ago

It’s hard not to think of tours and activities in 2014 without recalling two critical moments. The first is undoubtedly the purchase of Viator …

astronaut kid 10 months ago

I wrote a post almost two years ago to the day titled Putting the supplier cart before the distributor horse in travel. …

mobile kayak 12 months ago

When PhoCusWright released its When They Get There and Why They Go research study in 2011, I fully expected a glut of new …

bootstrap 2 years ago

So you’ve got an incredible, game-changing idea for a travel startup and now you’re trying to figure out how to fund the …

ugly duckling 2 years ago

There have been days in the not so distant past when I have felt like an ugly duckling, paddling about furiously in …

evolution tech 2 years ago

It is said that necessity is the mother of all invention – and we need look no further than the travel industry to see this proverb in practice.

unhappy smiley 2 years ago

For years we have watched as startup after startup has attempted to marry social media and travel into a profitable, or even just a revenue-generating business model.

wallet beach 2 years ago

I recognize that as a technologist it’s easy for me to get caught up in the latest and greatest new technologies and apparent innovation sweeping across the industry.

mobile laptop 2 years ago

Earlier this month, Google announced that it would begin penalizing websites that did not offer a good mobile experience for smartphone users.


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