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WTM Latin America Announces 2016 Event Schedule

The fourth edition of WTM Latin America 2016, which takes place March 29 - 31 in São Paulo, Brazil, alongside the 45th Braztoa Business Meeting, has revealed its industry leading event schedule.

New Report on Independent Lodgings to Be Revealed Exclusively at WTM London

The findings of a large study on the future of independent accommodation providers will be exclusively revealed during a conference session at World Travel Market (WTM) London 2015.

WTM London 2015 Boasts Industry Leading Research and Reports

World Travel Market (WTM) London 2015 will unveil an array of research for a variety of sectors within the global travel industry when it opens its doors between November 2 – 5.

Webinar Video – Preparing Your Business To Meet Traveler Trends In 2020

Travel agencies and tour operators need to become more nimble and knowledgeable to continue to meet the needs of future customers.

Amadeus Puts Passengers First In New Global Study

"Passengers first: re-thinking irregular operations," a new PhoCusWright report commissioned by Amadeus takes a detailed look at the full impact delays and cancellations can have on a passenger’s journey.

Amadeus Forum: A World Of Ideas For Business Growth

“I am convinced that the Central, Eastern and Southern European region is living exponential times,” Juan Antonio Carrasco, Amadeus’ director of CESE markets, said at the launch and the closing of the Amadeus CESE e-Commerce Leaders Forum 2010 that recently took place in Sophia...

PhoCusWright Report Optimistic for Travel Agents

A new report by PhoCusWright, a leader in travel industry research and intelligence, is optimistic about the future of travel agents. PhoCusWright's "Travel Agency Distribution Landscape: 2006-2009" claims that although the Internet has been a significant area of growth and...

European Online Travel Buyers Differ in Approach

Many e-commerce vendors learned the hard way in recent years that you can't take a uniform approach to selling in international markets, and a new PhoCusWright study on the online travel market in the U.K., Germany and France brings home that theme.

Some Business Travelers Return to Travel Agents

As business travel continues a slow rebound, travel agents appear to be picking up a bigger slice of the business, according to the 2005 National Business Travel Monitor.

Internet Success Depends On Brand Awareness

Three years ago, some $26 billion of leisure, unmanaged business and corporate travel were purchased online worldwide. Latest forecasts by Internet specialists, such as U.S.-based PhoCusWright, see global online travel sales reaching more than $80 billion this year.

European Airlines Create Online Travel Portal

Nine of Europe's leading airlines recently unveiled plans to move into the online travel market with the launch this year of a new online travel service, that sells flights and other travel products direct to the consumer.