Sarah Kennedy Ellis

Sarah Kennedy Ellis

Sarah Kennedy Ellis is VP of Marketing for Sabre Hospitality Solutions.

At Sabre since 2007, Sarah has spent time working in a variety of divisions including everything from strategy and product development to social media marketing and R&D.

She was selected as one of the first members of PhoCusWright's inaugural "Class of 35" in 2009, recognizing the top 35 young leaders under the age of 35 in travel.

She also is invited to speak at a variety of technology conferences & industry events each year on topics including emerging technology and innovation management.

The views expressed by Sarah on Tnooz are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of Sabre Holdings, its partners, customers or subsidiaries.

Competing in the world’s largest hackathon and what it means to travel

As hundreds of hackers flood into the San Francisco Design Center on Saturday, September 7, for TechCrunch Disrupt, the mood is oddly …


Tony Hsieh, CEO of shoe online retail giant Zappos and author of Delivering Happiness, has a habit of delivering inspired keynotes – he makes people think about what they do and how they do it.


Google/ITA just became travel acquisition chump change thanks to Waze.


It was like a breath of fresh air and a punch in the face all at the same time, if that’s possible.


Over the last few years, emerging technologies have continued to evolve at a rapid pace essentially unheard of just a decade ago.


So what do you hope to see when 30 eager innovators take to a stage to share their passions?


A 2011 study on global employee engagement by BlessingWhite Research revealed that of all generations currently in the work force, Generation Y is the highest retention risk for employers this year.


As the PhoCusWright Conference came to a close last week and attendees began the trek home, I had a chance to reflect on my experiences, including participating in the inaugural Class of 35.


The first selection of the Travel Innovation Summit featured a variety of interesting contenders, some more so than others, including veterans Goby and 2009 winner Amadeus.


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