A Road Warrior is someone who travels upwards of seven times per year as part of their job. This type of traveler has much more specified needs than the regular leisure traveler. To them, time is money. They want what they want and they want it now.
With business travel expected to grow in 2015, hoteliers can tailor their storytelling and marketing to attract these lucrative guests.
It's time to revisit the visual story you're sharing with corporate travelers in order to capture this upcoming growth.
Learn about the new trends in business travel and how your hotel can attract these lucrative guests.
We’ve established that there is no “one-size-fits-all” market approach, however, what Amadeus found about the European market are simple tips that hoteliers all over the world can benefit from.
Visual Storytelling is a great way to set your hotel property apart from its competitors online. This innovative way of marketing creates a great opportunity for hotels to leverage the stories that are unfolding at the property each and every day.
On our “Boost Bookings” last month, Warren Wheatley, Sales Manager at Holiday Inn Guelph Hotel & Conference Centre, shared the strategies that he uses to tell his hotel’s visual story on the hotel’s website, online travel agencies, social media, and in his sales efforts.
Conde Nast Traveler recently came out with results from a poll asking travelers, what are the best hotels for business travel? The results featured hotels in 15 of the most popular business travel cities around the world. Included on the list is the Four Seasons Seattle, the InterContinental San Francisco, The Ritz-Carlton [...]
A picture is worth 1000 words, so what better way to show you why visual storytelling is critical to business travelers than though an infographic?
Business travel spending is expected to rise 4.6% in 2013 to $266.7 billion (Traveldailynews.com). This growth also represents a shift in how business travelers research, shop, and book hotels.