Daniele Beccari

Daniele Beccari

Daniele Beccari is a contributor to tnooz, and head of travel products at Criteo.

As travel technology strategist, he has helped startups and blue-chip corporations define and launch innovative solutions in leisure, corporate, online and mobile sectors. He also served as Vice President, Europe and B2B, at Isango! (now part of TUI), and previously as head of corporate products for the e-travel division of Amadeus.

He started his career at HP, working on what is known today as the Internet of things. An MBA graduate from INSEAD, Daniele can be found somewhere between Paris, London, Turin, San Francisco or Tokyo.

Daniele's views are his alone and not the views of his clients or employers.

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The things we know already – mobile plays a vital role in the process of travel search and, increasingly, booking. We don’t …


Travelers have an old adage that “half the journey is getting there.” While “getting there” was never intended to mean researching and …


Forty percent. The number was embedded in an Expedia-Comscore workshop presented at PhocusWright, alongside lots of other data, and it got lost …

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If they will admit it or not is another thing entirely, but all travel startups at some stage dream of striking a …

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From hotels to car rentals to holidays, the travel industry is now worth upwards of $1 trillion worldwide. We’re all aware that …

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European governments have been actively seeking ideas to prevent web multinationals, such as Amazon or Google, from arbitrating across fiscal systems and …


Officials in the French capital have announced the launch of a startup incubator focused on “urban tourism”, named Welcome City Lab.


Following initial announcements about a “killer app” and pilot testing last year, travel and expense management software house KDS has officially launched its door-to-door corporate booking tool Neo.


Airbnb, the most talked about travel startup of 2012, is taking a close look at adding local activities to run alongside the home booking service.


The sizzle in Paris has continued for a few more days this week. And despite the sense that travel is perhaps not as enticing as it was a few years back, some startups still want to give it a go.


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