In our monthly digest, you can find the past month’s highlights on travel technologies in under a 1-minute read! We wish you good reading!
HotelRunner recognized as a “Preferred Software Partner” by Airbnb
Leading hospitality and travel technologies company, HotelRunner, is recognized as a “Preferred Software Partner” by Airbnb for 2023 due to the platform’s high performance, functionality, and software connections that exceed the benchmarks.
Middle East Heats Up in Luxury Hotel Pipeline Competition
Saudi Arabia and the UAE are competing for what they hope is the top spot in international tourism destinations. The race only gets more luxurious as new projects debut in their hotel pipelines.
Despegar sees Latin America market recovery by year-end
Announcing fourth quarter 2022 results, Damian Scokin, CEO of the Latin American online travel agency, says the app enables faster booking with fewer information fields and more auto-population of any that remain.
HotelRunner launches ‘Autopilot’ ushering in a new era of data-driven smart automations in travel and hospitality
Setting out with the goal of automating all daily operations of a hospitality business, from marketing activities to pricing strategies, HotelRunner introduces Autopilot.
Google to debut Performance Max tool to streamline campaigns
Google said Tuesday it will debut globally over a tool, Performance Max, that enables hotels to create digital ads in multiple formats to reach travelers across six of its ad channels, namely YouTube, Display, Search, Discover, Gmail and Maps.
HotelRunner attends MarketHub Europe by Hotelbeds as Platinum Sponsor
HotelRunner joins the travel industry’s global decision-makers at MarketHub Europe by Hotelbeds between 28-31 March in Amsterdam as the Platinum Sponsor. The event is unique in gathering key decision makers of the industry and offering an unmatched conversation platform for the members of the industry.
Online travel giants spent more than $14B on marketing in ’22
As the world fully reopened to travel in 2022, online travel giants Expedia Group, Booking Holdings, Airbnb and Trip.com Group doled out a record amount of money to capture the attention of consumers.