When PhoCusWright released its When They Get There and Why They Go research study in 2011, I fully expected a glut of new …
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 …
There have been days in the not so distant past when I have felt like an ugly duckling, paddling about furiously in …
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.
Social travel sites are screaming for attention – but industry and consumers are not really listening
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.
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.
Earlier this month, Google announced that it would begin penalizing websites that did not offer a good mobile experience for smartphone users.
Did you hear? Even Groupon is moving away from the daily deal business.
Imagine yourself walking into a grocery store. The shelves are stocked full of brightly labeled cans and boxes of goods. You gaze in awe at the vast selection of product.
The US government recently released its first progress report since launching its ambitious plan to brand America and grow visitor numbers to the country.