December 13, 2016
By Jos Schaap CEO, StayNTouch In the travel industry, 48% of airline passengers and 59% of hotel guests said they were interested in upgrades or additional services. The airline industry has found a model that enables more revenues by compelling the traveler to pay for luggage, food and a growing list of other items. The problem with this scenario is the fact that they are not letting the traveler to choose, they are forcing added purchases upon him or her, thus creating an environment of angst. The hotel industry has an opportunity to not only drive ancillary sales on-property, but also to develop long lasting relationships with their ...
Bojan Jokic | August 19, 2015
By Bojan Jokic Airlines can unlock a new source of revenue with personalized ancillary sales that will please travelers instead of leaving them indifferent. Perfect offerings that will increase profits are waiting for passengers, and they are very different from the dreaded fees for checked baggage, preferred seating, Wi-Fi, in-flight meals, or the redemption of frequent flier points. Tap into unrealized revenue streams with a dynamic range of products and services that passengers actually welcome and that enhance each step of their travel journey. These include pre-travel accessories and care (such as GPS trackers, city guides, waterpr...
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