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Lonely Planet acquires TRILL to make its visual content bookable
TRILL analyses images and creates links to booking sites for hotels, experiences or restaurants.
Airlines leave millions in profit on the table - and they don’t even know it
In selling single tickets, the airline needs the customer. In selling group tickets, the customer needs the airline.
Airbnb counts half a billion guest arrivals, host earnings at $65 billion
70% of Airbnb bookings have been made by guests under the age of 40, and millennials have spent more than $31 billion through Airbnb since the company was founded in 2008.
Lola.com nearly doubles funding with $37 million capital injection
The company said in 2018, its bookings have gone up by 423%, with revenues up 786%, although it’s not disclosing what the actual figures are for either.
Google pushes further into private accommodations
Booking transactions are completed on the travel partner’s site.
Activity tech provider BookingKit secures multimillion-euro round
BookingKit currently provides more than 33,000 listings for attractions and tours in Europe.
Guesty leads short-term rental software race with $35 million raise
The increasing growth of the space, thanks to sites like Airbnb, Booking.com and many more, has resulted in short-term lets commanding around 30% higher profits than long-term leases.
Why does the financial community not value digital innovation at airlines?
According to recently published research in HBR, financial markets reward “growth” companies for investment in digital technology, but actively punish more mature, steadily profitable firms for the same.
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