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Top 5: the top stories and tips you may have missed in August

Aug 28, 2015

Tapping tours and activities, making the most of predictive analytics, how Hertz is harnessing technology to keep its customers happy, how to handle branded fares and more

How new startups are helping to shake up car transportation

Aug 27, 2015

Technology is enabling a wide range of new business models for ground transportation that benefit both consumers and travel businesses. Andrew Hennigan reports

Tours and activities: the money is in the plumbing

Aug 26, 2015

The market for tours and activities is growing at a rapid clip but the opportunities are not where you think they might be. Pamela Whitby reports

Destination sun, sea and surgery – a healthy market for online travel players

Aug 25, 2015

People are travelling abroad today to have everything from a heart bypass to a nose job. Sally White reports on what is fast becoming booming business

How Disney Pixar 'Inside Out' thinking can be applied to revenue management

Aug 24, 2015

It may sound a little obscure to apply the core principles of a Disney-Pixar film to revenue management, but guest columnist Tom Bacon has a bash

EyeforTravel Half-Year Round-Up and Forecast: 2015

Aug 21, 2015

A comprehensive look at the state of the travel industry, the technology landscape, and economic analysis of the world’s major markets

Hyperbole vs actual business fact: what is the reality of predictive analytics?

Aug 21, 2015

In an exclusive interview with EyeforTravel, CitizenM’s Lennert De Jong shares his insights

Blacklane on the connected traveller and the power of the partnership

Aug 20, 2015

Jens Wohltorf, chief and co-founder of the professional chauffeur service shares what it means to be connected

Ctrip takes a trip into hotels and funds

Aug 19, 2015

As the Chinese travel further afield international investment in hotels is a growing focus. Sally White reports

4 ways that Hertz is keeping a finger on the customer pulse

Aug 18, 2015

In an increasingly connected and demanding world, established brands cannot afford to stand still. Pamela Whitby hears how car rental firm Hertz is staying on track

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