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Your loyalty card is out

hms-loyaltycardisout Loyalty cards got introduced in the last century as part of The Guest Retention Plan. But the next generation travellers does not like plastic. They want to be part of a Tribe: your digital community.

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How about guest retention?

hotel marjeting, guest retention, young traveller, next generation Did you know that an increase in guest retention by just 5 percent, can lead to an increase in profit by 25 to 95 percent. When did you invite the #selfie generation to come again?

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Your hotel on Youtube

hotyel on youtube, marketing online Millennials have an 8 second attention span. If your video is too boring, they look for another hotel on Youtube. Keep the pace with them and provide fast streaming video content.

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service-packs-for-hotels If you work with us, you will get a dedicated team, specialized in your area. Our  Service Pack covers all on-line marketing for your hotel; we create and manage your digital assets.

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16th Jul 2020
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Carnival and Royal Caribbean Receive UK Coronavirus Aid After Cruise Snub in U.S.

By Rosie Spinks, Skift The Harmony of the Seas in the port of Southampton, UK Robert Pittman / Flickr Skift Take: Given the longstanding critique of the cruise industry’s business...

16th Jul 2020
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Undersized JetBlue Wants to Leverage This Crisis to Grow at Big Airports

By Brian Sumers, Skift A JetBlue Airways Airbus A321 on the ground in Hamburg, Germany, before delivery. Kevin Hackert / Flickr Skift Take: JetBlue wants to expand in a time...

15th Jul 2020
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Payments Firm for Airport Luxury Goods Shops Could Sell for $2.6 Billion

By Joshua Franklin, Reuters Woman with face mask shopping. Private equity firm Silver Lake disclosed concessions it offered to push through the $2.6 billion sale of its Swiss payments company...

15th Jul 2020
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U.S. Travelers Pull Back on Travel Plans Even as Restrictions Lift: Skift’s New Travel Tracker Survey

By Haixia Wang, Skift Skift Take: With 33 percent of Americans taking at least one trip, June travel tells a promising story of the reopening. But it might be a...

14th Jul 2020
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Major Wealth Fund Invests in Near-Instant Virus Testing at 3 Airports

By Katya Golubkova, Reuters Passengers of a flight from Amsterdam wearing protective face masks arrive at the Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport, following the easing of measures against the spread of...

14th Jul 2020
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Singapore and Malaysia to Reopen Cross Border Travel Next Month

By Aradhana Aravindan, Reuters Singapore is looking to reopen its border with Malaysia. Singapore Tourism Board Skift Take: The coronavirus hit Asia first, so it’s striking to see nations there...

13th Jul 2020
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Ireland Considers Quarantine Crackdown on Foreign Travelers Amid Growing Scrutiny

By Padraic Halpin, Reuters Ireland is considering tougher enforcement on a 14-day quarantine to foreign travelers from countries it deems unsafe from the threat of coronavirus. Giuseppe Milo / Flickr...

13th Jul 2020
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UK Events Industry Warns 30,000 Jobs Are at Risk as Uncertainty Looms Over Restart Date

By Yadarisa Shabong, Reuters London’s ExCel Center Heather Cowper / Flickr Skift Take: As of yet, there are no plans to immediately open the UK’s trade fair and exhibition sector....

12th Jul 2020
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Hungary Imposes Quarantines on Arriving Citizens and Other Travelers

By Krisztina Than, Reuters The Hungarian side of the Hungary-Romanian border as shown on November 3, 2019. Hungary has now imposes tough restrictions on cross-border travel due to coronavirus although...

12th Jul 2020
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The Great Contactless Experiment at Dallas-Forth Worth Airport

By Tracy Rucinski, Reuters Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (pictured) is working with American Airlines – whose home base is DFW – to roll out a self-check-in for luggage, and all...

11th Jul 2020
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European Countries Are Confusing Travelers With Inconsistent Border Controls

By Philip Blenkinsop, Reuters Tourists take a selfie a day before Italy and neighboring EU countries open up borders for the first time since the coronavirus disease outbreak hit the...

11th Jul 2020
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A New Controversial Surcharge and 10 Other Coronavirus Travel Stories This Week

By Dennis Schaal, Skift Singapore Airlines is leveling a surcharge for certain bookings. Bloomberg Skift Take: In coronavirus-related travel stories this week, Skift covered a controversial surcharge, the uneven pace...