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While still in its infancy a lot has been written about blockchain, the technology believed to transform many of the business models that we know today. The buzz it’s been generating especially over the last year has been massive, comparable to that of the Internet in the early 90s. And the blockchain is often referred to as the next generation of the Internet – the Internet of Value.
At Bloomberg Pursuits, we love to travel. And we always want to make sure we’re doing it right. So we’re talking to globe-trotters in all of our luxury fields—food, wine, fashion, cars, real estate—to learn about their high-end hacks, tips, and off-the-wall experiences. These are the Distinguished Travel Hackers.
The in-flight experience isn’t always that entertaining. Sure, most airlines offer a selection of recent movies and TV shows, but the options can feel limited. But on February 8, passengers traveling on Lufthansa LH 400 from Frankfurt, Germany to New York will have a new opportunity to pass the time from here to there. They’ll be able to participate in something that typically isn’t available until they’ve collected their luggage and left the airport: three conference-style educational presentations.
Painful as long-haul flights can be, it’s their aftermath — jet lag — that you should really be dreading. That might soon change, though. The medical community has taken the next step toward finding a jet-lag cure, thanks to a Salk Institute study published last year in Cell. According to Dr. Ronald Evans, the lead author of the study, a protein called Rev-ErbA (pronounced ree-verb-AY) may be the key to unlocking a regular, healthy circadian rhythm no matter where (or when) in the world you are.
For hotel companies, loyalty isn’t just about repeat business or just about getting more direct bookings. It’s a unifying strategy that, for many, is absolutely crucial to the short- and long-term success of their businesses. This year, in particular, we’re seeing an intense focus on loyalty from the hospitality space.
Travel brands in 2017 have more tools than they did a year ago to give travelers a preview of what to expect. While most travelers haven’t tried 360-degree or virtual reality videos, many say they have an open mind about their being useful in the trip-planning process. That’s according to a survey from digital advertising …
When Brian Chesky, co-founder and CEO of Airbnb, took the stage at the company’s third annual Airbnb Open, he was prepared to tell the crowd at Los Angeles’ historic Orpheum Theater about what he and his team have been working on since 2012: a way to reinvent travel with a new product called Trips.
No matter what role you play in the convention industry, you’ve most likely spent plenty of time discussing Millennials over the past few years. How do they want to learn? What are the best social channels to connect with prospective Millennial attendees? What motivates them to register for a face-to-face event? The findings of a new survey of more than 1,000 US consumers have answered another key question: do Millennials want to stay in hotels?
Business travelers or travel managers will be able to book stays directly through Airbnb and travel managers will also be able to track and expense their employees’ bookings, similar to how they already track hotel bookings.
Frankfurt International Airport has been expanding over the last decade into a self-described “airport city” to meet growing passenger demand, expected to jump from 61 million people today to as high as 73 million by 2021. The airport city concept is gaining traction in numerous large gateway destinations around the world from Dallas to Doha. However, the consensus today is that these airports cannot maintain competitive advantage by the size of their infrastructure and volume of connectivity alone, due to the continual buildup of so many airports in today’s major markets.
Airbnb is facing a lot of challenges these days, whether they be regulatory clampdowns in major cities like New York City and Berlin to the growing awareness of the potentially discriminatory pitfalls of its peer-to-peer platform. The latter has spawned an entire movement (just search for the hashtag #AirbnbWhileBlack on Twitter), given birth to a class-action lawsuit, and has spurred other entrepreneurs to launch their own versions of Airbnb that cater more to specific communities.
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