The hotel chain worked with Qumin to position the brand as a creative, empowering ally to younger Chinese consumers, increasing hotel occupancy by 500%
Loyalty, flexibility and ‘bleisure’: How travel brands are adapting post-pandemic
Cross-border travel reached pre-pandemic levels this March for the first time since the start of the pandemic.
With people holidaying again, how are travel companies in the industry responding to changing consumer behaviour? Here’s a look at how brands are approaching the issues of sustainability, flexibility, and loyalty.
Travel and Leisure Case Studies
Rezdy partners with the Rocket agency to increase the number of quality leads and reduce the cost per sellable lead
Family theme park partnered with Nonsensical to promote a new area of the park to local Birmingham residents and brought in nearly 1,000 visitors
The hotel group partnered with Wolfgang Digital to drive domestic bookings by priming the Maldron hotels websites to dominate search engine results when demand returned.
New research from Movable Ink shows consumers are more likely to purchase from, and stay loyal to, brands that personalise customer interactions and comms.
Cross-border travel reached pre-pandemic levels this March for the first time since the start of the pandemic. With people holidaying again, how are travel companies in the industry responding to changing consumer behaviour? Here’s a look at how brands are approaching the issues of sustainability, flexibility, and loyalty. IHG and Expedia refresh loyalty programs to […]
Social media has long been a source of travel inspiration. Direct engagement on social channels can encourage sales – particularly for younger consumers. GlobalData’s GlobalData’s Q1 2021 Consumer Survey revealed that 30% of Gen Z and 32% of Millennial consumers stated that direct engagement with a brand is a key driver of a purchase – […]
The travel industry ground to a halt back in early 2020 as countries went into lockdown. For On the Beach – a UK-based travel retailer specialising in holidays to Europe – this meant an immediate change in strategy. How could it continue to engage consumers, without the ability to sell its core product? Adam Zullo, […]
International travel might be permitted again, but big challenges still remain for the travel and tourism industry. With safety rules (and the ever-changing traffic light system) still in place, levels of consumer doubt and confusion remain high, while staffing issues plague companies. So, how are travel and tourism brands using marketing to get back on […]
As the dust settles on the abandoned European Super League revolt, Tom Dougherty, MD at Unrvld, a new digital agency, predicts this won’t be the last time we see major sports brands attempt to go OTT.
What will it take to make a subscription-based business model work in travel?
Siobhan Fitzpatrick, Chief Digital & Marketing Officer at Virgin Atlantic, spoke at the Festival of Marketing this week about the importance of both customer and employee experience within the travel industry, and self-service as a useful form of personalisation.
A super app is the name given to a type of app that allows the user to accomplish a number of different things in a single ecosystem, by housing a range of ‘mini’ applications under one roof. The format was pioneered by chat app WeChat (Weixin in China), which introduced a feature called ‘mini-programs’ in […]
Today’s ‘day in the life’ features David Watkins – the co-founder and COO of e-bike subscription platform, DASH Rides. We speak with David about his day-to-day working life, how DASH pivoted during Covid-19, and why the pandemic has forever-changed transport systems. Please describe your job: What do you do? I am the co-founder and COO […]
Adobe’s Digital Trends 2021 report sheds light on how far travel and hospitality companies need to go to meet customers’ expectations for digital experiences – and how they plan to make up the ground.
It’s an incident that we can expect to see featured in countless presentations about the importance of accessibility, user experience (UX) and design: on Sunday 11th April, National Rail changed the colour scheme of its website from its signature blue and yellow to greyscale as a mark of respect for the passing of Prince Philip, […]