It is not often that a day out with the kids on a Sunday provides food for thought for business but the other day certainly did. We were at a gaming and YouTuber event in London called Upload 2016.
New vehicles will be liberating for those who have stopped driving, says Debbie Marshall, MD of Silver Travel Advisor
At the Clia Cruise River Conference, Tauck went above and beyond to surprise and delight me.
The implications of Donald Trump’s shock victory in the US presidential election so soon after the UK’s support for Brexit will be debated long and hard for months to come.
Dnata UK's Andy Freeth explains why he has been tearing his hair out watching the 'egocentric idiots' in the latest BBC series of The Apprentice
There is a reticence in the travel industry about seeing staff as sales people but this could mean opportunities are being missed on a daily basis, warns Bobby Morrell of Reality Training
With no-one willing to say what needs to be fixed, flights should resume, says Derek Moore, Aito Chairman
MSC Cruises plans to double its UK sales team as it aims for growth in the UK market, Natasha Salmon reports from the line's new offices in west London
Challenges to existing business models may be daunting, but they also offer great opportunities, says Brighter Group executive chairman Steve Dunne
During the judging of G Adventures’ Responsible Tourism Ambassador competition a few weeks ago, one of the contestants revealed he’d never been asked about responsible travel in the eight years he’d been an agent.
Following recent unprecedented fluctuations in the currency markets it pays to develop a strategy to protect your business from shocks, says Reece Dye business development manager at UKForex
The promised 'root and branch review' gives a clear indication of how Atol will change says Rhys Griffiths, head of travel at Fieldfisher
As Bata rebrands as Airlines UK, chief executive Tim Alderslade says there has never been a more important time for aviation's voice to be heard
Size isn’t everything – so they say. But when it comes to Atol passenger figures it’s a good indication of the shifting fortunes among the major operators in the industry.
Former president of the travel agent group, Jimmy Martin, says the accolades handed out at the trade's biggest night of the year north of the border will be richly deserved after a challenging year
Businesses should treat every employee and applicant equitably says Giles Hawke chief executive of Cosmos Tours & Cruises