As Brexit negotiations began in earnest this week, you’d be forgiven for thinking this is the least of this country’s challenges given the tragic events of the past month or so
Aim to be present in your target audience’s life 24/7, says Andy Bolter, creative partner at Yes&Pepper
If you thought Britain was ill-prepared for Brexit, it certainly is now, says Ian Taylor
The travel industry will be looking for decisive political leadership to unite the country after last night’s inconclusive election result, says Lee Hayhurst
Peter Jones, communications consultant and former head of media at British Airways, considers the fall-out from BA’s Bank Holiday IT systems meltdown
The dreadful events in London on Saturday night mean, for the second time in three weeks, I’m writing my leader with the spectre of terrorism hanging over us
With election fever very much in the air, it’s been fun and games trying to help the younger members of the Freeth household understand why a lady called May remains front-page news in May.
Airline surcharges must not jeopardise neutral and transparent airline distribution, says Christoph Klenner, secretary general of the European Technology and Travel Services Association
Any business can suffer a crisis. It’s how a business responds that is important.
For many of our readers, Manchester is home. For others it is the place they work. All of them will be in a state of shock following this week’s horrific and cowardly attack on such a vulnerable target
Ryanair shows that being fearless and taking risks can pay off, says Steve Dunne, MD of Digital Drums
Women in travel routinely earn less than male colleagues, we must provide the tools for career development, says Sarah Clayton-Turner, new AWTE chair
The message from the Advantage Conference last weekend was that agents who fuse the human and technological should prosper
Abta will be raising awareness amongst parliamentary candidates of the importance of tourism, says Alan Wardle, the association’s director of public affairs
Ryanair chief marketing officer Kenny Jacobs responds to criticism of low cost carriers and Airbnb from the head of Amsterdam Marketing
The Italian carrier struggled for a decade, writes Ian Taylor, despite aid from the Gulf