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Gisbert leaves Lowcost to forge new B2B model with trade-only supplier Fastpayhotels

Consumers are now so comfortable booking non-refundable hotel stays that it’s time that travel agents get access to these ‘best-in-market’ rates, according to a new supplier. Fastpayhotels has been set up by Alex Gisbert, who has left Lowcost Travel Group where he was chief operating officer, to establish the B2B start-up.   More »

Former Lowcost boss Buckman lands MD role at agency Addmustard

Former Lowcostholidays managing director Tim Buckman is to head a digital marketing firm. He has been named as managing director of Brighton-based addmustard.   More »

Amadeus' Champa Magesh disputes Lufthansa's GDS cost claims

When Lufthansa imposed a €16 Distribution Cost Charge (DCC) on GDS bookings last September, it claimed the fee represented the difference between the GDS cost to the airline and the “pure distribution cost”, which it put at €2.   More »

Guest Post: The importance of technical SEO seems to have been forgotten

Every travel marketer gets and does 'content' and SEO is now perceived as just being about content marketing. The importance of technical SEO seems to have been forgotten, as has the nature of search.   More »

Mobile leads to 'fundamental' shift in how young book travel

The way young, digitally-connected urban dwellers research and book holidays is being “fundamentally changed" by technology, a new study reveals.   More » sees revenues down despite new tech platform

New technology has been introduced at despite a slump in revenues in the final quarter of 2015. The Group travel brand saw revenues for the three months to December 31 drop by 11% to £3.6 million.   More »

Magnetic warns travel is failing to embrace augmented reality

Augmented reality specialist Magnetic has warned travel companies may “fall behind” if they fail to embrace the “limitless possibilities” of the technology.   More »

Musement launches curated activities app to cure the ills of supermarket list shopping

Digital travel companion Musement has launched a new personal concierge app that provides travellers with a curated list of in-destination activities. The app claims to be the antidote to supermarket-style shopping by honing down to between three and five of the best recommendations for the user.   More »

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