I logged into WordPress today and couldn’t help noticing a number on the dashboard: this blog entry is the 6,801st editorial post since we launched Tnooz three years ago.
Not many hoteliers or other travel brands would want to be labelled pirates – but that is exactly what the late Steve Jobs often said when describing disruption.
In the recent past, travelers had limited options to use their mobile phones for searching, shopping, buying and managing their journeys.
A pan-European survey has found unpredictable and high mobile phone roaming charges to overseas networks are discouraging travellers from using local services.
One inevitable area of travel exhibitions and conferences is that many organisations use the occasion to throw out some fascinating statistics and trends.
The travel industry has embraced the power of user generated content while social media management is becoming a core competency.
I recently spent a morning wandering around the Spice Market in Istanbul and I think I lost my sense of smell just from the sheer assault on the olfactory system.