Hotels becoming greener, healthier, and offering free WiFi are among the millennial-geared elements affecting hospitality marketing in 2016.
Here are a few examples of hardware and software your marketing team can use to enhance your social media presence and build your network.
Through e-commerce sites and apps, businesses are seeking to harness the power of the internet to battle against sharing economy startups.
The Future of Hospitality Summit (FHS), the first student-run hospitality summit in Europe, will take place October 16-18 in Bluche, Switzerland.
An updated algorithm, Facebook Bluetooth Beacons, and Facebook Moments provide many ways travel marketers can leverage Facebook.
The number of brands using selfies on Facebook and Twitter are riding. So, here is some gear that can help your brand take the best selfies yet.
GrubHub, Audi, and Sour Patch Kids are using Snapchat marketing and brand campaigns to reach millennials.
In order to focus on the customer, businesses should encourage feedback, have fast responses, and use reputation management to better customer relations.
In-room iPads, digital check-ins and smart lighting are just some of the features in London’s most high-tech hotels.
Here are four ways that mobile technology has changed business communications in the hospitality industry, as well as some pros and cons of those changes.
A recent survey conducted by Travel Technology Europe showed that 71% of the people who responded believe that social media, specifically sites like Facebook and Twitter was essential to their business.
Smartphones are becoming ubiquitous across the world. It is therefore no surprise that the hotel industry is taking notice of smartphones and using them to enhance the customer experience. But how exactly is the industry going about this?