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Inflyter and Grab get funded, airport service app market heats up
Collinson says it hopes to create an incubator to support other startups operating in the same sphere of customer loyalty and service platforms.
Only a fifth of consumers feel rewarded for loyalty to travel brands
61% of consumers saying they ignore the majority of communications from travel providers because they are not relevant or personalised.
Loyalty: play your points right
Travel buyers can make corporate and leisure loyalty programmes work for them, and with careful planning enhance duty-of-care, traveller wellbeing and staff retention – and even save a bit of cash along the way.
At hotels, space that’s like the office, ‘but cooler’
Hotels see the co-working spaces as a way to build loyalty with both hotel guests and the general public, said Adam Weissenberg, the head of travel, hospitality and leisure at Deloitte.
Hotel amenities and loyalty rank high with travellers
Travel buyers should identify reducing programme costs, increasing policy compliance and traveller satisfaction as their top goals for 2019.
Collinson buys Welcome Real-time to boost point of sale capability
Collinson Group, a specialist in loyalty programs for airlines, plans to boost its services around the time of payment through the acquisition of Welcome Real-time.
What do mobile business travellers want?
A global survey conducted by Collinson Latitude found that the “killer app” would be one that offered a combination of check-in support, lounge access and premium wifi.
What will be the best consequence of a new airline distribution model?
Despite the temporary truce between American Airlines and some of its GDS providers, the prospect of a breakaway remains a very real possibility.
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