Wednesday, January 12th 2021
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What does the post-covid leisure and travel industry look like?
This week’s must read
The arrival of a vaccine provides a glimpse of better horizons. It’s now time to look back as we leave 2020 behind us and gather the lessons we’ve learned during the most disruptive year in travel history. Innovation, agility, and resilience are in the air. How did the travel industry recalibrate and adapt to unprecedented times?
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Daniel Batchelor about Amadeus’ perspective on the most disruptive year in travel.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, many hoteliers are forced to face the digital transformation of their hotels. Online check-in, smart upselling, electronic locks, and chatbots: so many solutions already in place. So what’s next?
The world has and continues to suffer sizeable losses and setbacks due to COVID-19. However, Travel & Tourism leaders are seizing the crisis as an opportunity to further enable the inclusive and sustainable growth of the sector. Here are four trends expected to lead the way through recovery and beyond.
The virus-related changes in behavior are likely to impact how we will travel during the rebound substantially. Travel companies will need to adapt to shifts in traveler preferences and demand.
In 2020 most analysts predicted that the Hospitality industry would keep on riding its growth spur towards a complete digital transformation; it was without counting the arrival of the Covid-19. Here are some Key Learnings from an unprecedented year in Hospitality.
This week’s Consulting News
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This week’s media
Damian Scokin, CEO of Despegar.com, Alex Dichter and Juan Carlos Altmann, McKinsey discuss the Future of the travel industry.
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