We caught up with 10 online travel agency and hotel CEOs, as well as an executive chairman to see what their companies are up to in terms of rolling out the next phase in mobile innovations.
With the largest pool of smartphone users in the world, China has become a petri dish for marketers and technology companies alike to test ways to get consumers to buy both online and off.
Navigation app Gogocity recently received RMB5 million from Shenzhen-based Fortune Link’s subsidiary Foshan Fortune Link Investment and GF Xinde Investment Management.
Analysis of over 3,000 ecommerce brands has shone a light on how the travel sector shapes up against other verticals for mobile shopping.
Location intelligence company AdNear has released its JAPAC Traveller Report, which goes deep into traveler engagement with smartphone and apps across twelve of the biggest regional airport hubs.
With growing competition in the supply chain and hotels increasingly under the cosh, if nothing else they need to keep focused on delivering a great service.
Marriott redesigned its iOS and Android apps and expanded its mobile check-ins, room-ready alerts and checkout capabilities to some 4,000 properties globally.
Mobile devices are now outperforming PCs in terms of both product sales and broadband subscriptions.
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