In this post we leverage the new Rate Strategy feature available within Rate Insight (enterprise subscription) to break down critical rate patterns in North America and how you should adapt to these trends.
OTA Insight’s CCO and Co-founder, Gino Engels, recently spoke at Leadership from Chaos London and provided analysis on the recovery of Europe’s travel and hotel industry backed by forward-looking data.
In order for hotelier’s to drive revenue growth through 2021, it’s time to zero in on domestic demand. We’ll show you how to understand domestic demand and capture this critical market.
As we emerge from the pandemic, revenue managers need to be more data-centric and develop a pricing strategy that can compress analysis, decision-making and implementation down into a much shorter timeframe. It’s time to re-evaluate, reset, and be resurgent in a fiercely competitive landscape.
Vaccination programmes are accelerating significantly around Europe and international travel is beginning to return. Here, we take a look at data for three key destination markets on the continent.
In recovery there is a need to disregard past forecasting approaches and make use of new, forward-looking data points to inform decision making.
Hoteliers who make confident, proactive decisions, grounded in data, will emerge from this reopening and budgeting period with the foundations for success.
This budget season, high-quality data will be key to navigating the increasingly complex business environment post-Covid.
As the vaccine rollout has accelerated across the United States and restrictions have eased, travel has started to return. Here, we take a look at data on four key destination markets in the country.
On the 9 – 12 March 2021, the travel and hospitality industry will gather digitally at ITB Berlin, one of the world’s leading travel trade shows. Here is a snapshot of some key things to look forward to during the week.
In a world where companies need to constantly innovate to stay ahead of the competition, listening to customer feedback and then acting on it is mission critical. That sentiment has never held truer than it does today.
With many prognosticators suggesting it will be 2024 or 2025 before the hospitality industry has fully “recovered,” it might be tempting to keep the purse strings tight and bide your time. But, the hoteliers looking to position their properties as leaders in their markets are preparing now.
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