WhereisWhere pins way for location-based direct bookings
1 year ago

Singapore-based travel marketing platform WhereisWhere is building up its global supplier database in advance of its consumer launch, and claims to offer …

1 year ago

Edinburgh-based UserVision has looked at the US websites of six global airlines in light of changes to the US Department of Transportation‘s …

1 year ago

China dominates the APAC growth story, but new research from Google and Temasek shows that online travel in Southeast Asia could grow …

1 year ago

Desktop is by far the dominant channel in Singapore for searching and booking travel, according to Kayak. For searching and inspiration, 69% …

2 years ago

Indian travel group Ibibo has stepped up its ambitions to operate a global, GDS-type product for buses, launching its redBus business into …

4 years ago

Airport officials in Singapore are leaving no stone unturned when it comes to trying to engage with passengers digitally as they pass through the terminals.

5 years ago

New TSA Pre-check airports, eRevMax expands, cameras go Greyhound, AirAsia lands in India and new jobs all make our shortlist in the Scan for February 22, 2013.

everbread 5 years ago

The London-based startup that has developed an innovative B2B airfare-shopping engine, has completed a raise and is now shifting its focus to Asia, where it’s had success with Aussie OTA Jetabroad.

5 years ago

There is certainly money kicking about for startups, it appears, especially in pockets of South East Asia where Travelogy has just won a tidy $200,000 funding package.

5 years ago

Singapore-based A*STAR, the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, has developed software that taps into data accumulated from mobile devices, with an emphasis on reducing look-to-book ratios.

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