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Cruises, Mobile and Conscious Tourism: What to Expect from the Travel Industry in 2018

The travel industry is in constant flux, evolving, offering new services and finding innovative ways to fuse tech into the travel experience. Here are some of the key developments that will shape the travel landscape in 2018 and beyond. Rise in Cruises Cruise ship travel is expected to grow 4.5% in 2018, and the industry


Global Travelers Demand Instant Access to Information From Anywhere While They Travel

Mobile is dominating the world, changing the way users interact not only with each other, but with their favorite brands, as well. Users are smarter than ever before. They are educated, well informed and know exactly what they want. They have higher expectations and demand a seamless user experience while browsing, searching and booking. If

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Travel distribution – the end of the world as we know it

A recent Amadeus report “Travel distribution – the end of the world as we know it” lists mobile apps as the most important technology to disrupt travel distribution. Mobile devices are already shaping the market today and their role as a major disruptor in the industry will continue to grow. Their portability is modifying the

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A savvy group of travelers you can ignore no longer

Millennials have become one of the most important groups of customers in the travel sector. They have a big influence on the travel industry and represent a rapidly growing group of travelers. Here are 10 facts about millennials: Millennials are group of youngsters, between ages of 16 and 34 They are smart and demands customized

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How mobile influences travel

Thanks to mobile, we are able to make decisions and take actions anywhere and at any given time. This means that the customer’s journey has been changed – it is now fragmented to small decision-making moments every time when we´re planning, booking or traveling. We are no longer sitting in front of the desktop trying to

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Has The Smartphone Killed The Tourist Office?

Cities and regions keep building and maintaining tourist offices and visitor centers, but do they serve a necessary function or are destinations just doing it out of habit? The original idea was to provide visitors with helpful information so they could find something they’d like to do and perhaps even stay a little longer. The


Mobile is a Vital And Necessary Medium For Travelers

Can you imagine life without mobile? No, no one can. This small device is our best friend, a personal assistant, and a lifetime partner, transforming our everyday life. It´s allowing us to find a quick solution on the go, to learn new things in few minutes and solve all the problems in no time. It´s


ArrivalTV Becomes The World’s Largest Supplier Of Destination Videos To Smart Tv Brands By Choice Of Netrange

Gothenburg, Sweden – (October 13, 2015) – ArrivalTV, a division of ArrivalGuides AB, is officially the largest provider of Destination Videos to Smart TV brands and set-top boxes (STBs) with the signing of NetRange as their latest video distribution partner. NetRange, of Hamburg, Germany, chose ArrivalGuides as a destination video supplier, or Content Service Provider

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ArrivalGuides Content Now Available in Google’s Field Trip App

Gothenburg, Sweden (March 11, 2015) – Niantic Labs at Google and ArrivalGuides, the world’s largest supplier of destination guides B2B, have partnered to surface ArrivalGuides articles on the Field Trip app. Content will be viewable in the Field Trip mobile app, as well as in the Field Trip cards that are nested in Google Now.