The top attractions at a destination are automatically highlighted in a promotional bar when you search Google for “top things to do at destination X.”
It’s easy to tell entrepreneurs they should release versions of their digital product quickly and then iterate based on user feedback.
At a panel talk in London last night, representatives from the European divisions of these major online players revealed insights into their strategies, the limits to their growth, and which smaller startups in the market they admire the most.
When Concur unveiled the extension of ground transportation via GroundScope to Europe this week inevitable talk around its Perfect Trip initiative ensued
A search of a Gmail user’s in-box will fetch hotel reservation confirmations and then spotlight those confirmation e-mails in natural search results when the user runs an ordinary Google.com search on a phrase like “my reservations.”
Nor1, the provider of upsell technologies to the hotel industry, has closed a Series B round of $9 million led by Seattle-based Concur.
Back in the golden age of travel, when everyone dressed up to fly (or at least showered and shaved) and there was legroom in coach, frequent travelers used travel agencies to book travel. Now, they have apps.