In a recent virtual panel discussion hosted by Tribal Worldwide London, three hospitality and digital experts gave their thoughts on the evolution of the industry during the coronavirus crisis, what businesses should be doing to adapt, and what might come next for hospitality.
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With a gradual lifting of restrictions on travel, consumers are beginning to cautiously consider venturing abroad. How can travel and hospitality brands capitalise on increasing search interest in travel and inspire confidence in the sector?
Agency VCCP develops a visual search tool for the airline, allowing users to instantly book flights after a flash of social inspiration.
Icelandic tour operator Arctic Adventures works with Wolfgang Digital to create inspirational content that targeted top-of-funnel users, increasing organic traffic by 300%.
The travel company pooled and analysed thousands of social interactions to create an interactive guide to five North American destinations, boosting traffic and social engagement.
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