Discussing recent hot topics such as the TripAdvisor-Jetsetter acquisition, hotel wifi, Wordpress and hotels, mobile design and user experience.
TnoozLIVE next episode: April 30 – trending stories, spotlight on mobile UEX, inspiration and conversion
TnoozLIVE returns for the latest in its series of outings for 2013 – debating the hot stories of the moment and with a special look at one of the ongoing issues affecting the industry.
If there’s one thing travel startups like, it’s sexiness. Not the raunchy kind, but something that sets them apart from the status quo and has some kind of wow factor. Or at least that’s the aim.
When one reads articles like Tnooz’s recent piece on Foursquare accepting instant restaurant bookings, it’s easy to jump to the conclusion (as our dear editor did) that tours and activities must be next.
Tnooz recently had the pleasure of participating in the inaugural TravelTraction conference. Created by open standards organization OpenTravel, the half-day event focuses on helping new travel startups gain traction in the industry through connections, knowledge and insight.
Imagine a world where someone owns a record of everything you do in life. Went shopping? Safeway owns that act. Watched a movie? Netflix owns a record of that. Grabbed a quick bite to eat? McDonalds owns a log of that.
Similar to most up-and-coming technologies, there is much confusion as to what something like Big Data really means and how it can help make the customer experience better and lead to more sales.
Earlier this year, my co-founders and I decided to apply for Techstars Boulder, ranked the top startup incubator in the US.