Boring Isn't Enough Anymore – Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report

Boring Isn't Enough Anymore – Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report
The Skift Corporate Travel Innovation Report is our new weekly newsletter focused on the future of corporate travel, the big fault lines of disruption for the travel managers and buyers, the innovators emerging from the sector, and the changing …
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Golf, bike, travel shows will inspire you to get outdoors
An attendee peruses golf clubs at last year's Seattle Golf and Travel show. This year's event runs Friday through Sunday, March 4-6. The Seattle Bike Show and Travel, Adventure and Gear Expo will also be at CenturyLink Field Event… (Ken Lambert/The …
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Hashtagio powers Social Hubs for travel brands like WestJet and Nova Scotia
Other travel brands that are integrating social media content into their website with Hashtagio are achieving measurable increases in website page views and on-site transactions. By injecting real social media stories into the website, Nova Scotia …
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Skift Podcast: Reinventing Travel Brands Through Modern Storytelling

Skift Podcast: Reinventing Travel Brands Through Modern Storytelling
Travel brands no longer rely on pretty pictures and guest reviews alone to market their products. And they no longer wait for magazines, newspapers, or others to tell their stories. Some brands now take the lead themselves on telling stories and …
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Bug causes bogus Tube travel warnings
Transport for London (TfL) has blamed a bug for making travel apps say all Tube lines were closed. TfL was hit with queries on social media by confused commuters reacting to the bogus news about the line closures. The travel body referred people to its …
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Republican jokingly asks scientists about time travel
A Republican jokingly asked scientists about time travel at a hearing Wednesday where lawmakers were briefed on new discoveries that confirm one of Albert Einstein's theories. “I'm a surfer of course," Rep. Dana Rohrbacher (R-Calif.) said at a House …
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